Five – maybe six – things that I’ve learned from committing to a daily yoga practice.
A little while ago, I asked the wonderful, amazingly awesome readers of this site who they allow to bring their weight to their attention. Lots of great comments, with a
Reminiscing on the days when I used to eat 7-layer nacho dip for breakfast. That’s right. 7-layers.
Yesterday, I was able to catch a glimpse of an episode of Oprah’s show, where she featured (read: sold) a book by the name of “Women, Food and God.” I
How does marketing affect what you consider “successful weight loss?”
I’m a firm believer in natural progression. I believe that there is no single catalyst to force a woman to begin to commit to her health. I believe there is
You know, I get it. If I’m having a long day, I may forget to eat. That hunger hits me. I wander over to the donut table in the break
As someone who works in marketing, I’m often analyzing something from the aspect of the company. Why would a company pay to put “this-particular-image” in my face? What are they
Q: Have you ever experienced depression with weight loss?
Once upon a time.. I used to kill the bag. Destroy the box. I could barely sit down before I tore into it… whatever the “it” was for the day.
I tried really hard to leave this topic alone because, quite frankly, I don’t think my opinion matters much. This ties into another post that I have coming up behind
Why you think diets work, and why they really don’t.
Consider this my collective screaming, shouting, and fussing because y’all just know you are wrong.
“The easier it is to acquire something, the more likely I am to eat it…”
“…value my needs just as much as the needs of those who depend on me.”
You know, I just knew up and down that I wouldn’t have to write about Gabourey Sidibe anymore. I was wrong.
“People who want to lose weight have low self-esteem. Why can’t they just stay the way they are?”
In the comments section of yesterday’s post, I got this: So my friends take me out for sushi to celebrate (’cause we do go out to eat!). I’m enjoying an
I happen to glance over at Paula’s blog, and see this. I’m not linking the actual thing that caused this rant – if you’re curious enough, you can follow the
A brief rundown of how sugar addiction works, and what role it plays in wellness.