What’s Up for 2015?


Tomorrow begins for me an annual pilgrimage, a two week period of time that I look forward to each year with great enthusiasm and energy. I have selfishly embraced this time for more than 20 years, finding time to be mindful in evaluating my life, my contributions, my progress toward goals, am I on track […]

Defying Gravity


Defying gravity is a science, an art, and a labor of love. Aging gracefully should be embraced with abandonment and include healthy activities that bring you great joy! What will you do today to invest in a healthy aging way of life? 

Everything I Know About Leadership I Learned at the Gym


This is a blog from more than a year ago but the principles hold true for me today! Everything I know about leadership, I learned at the gym. Okay, maybe not everything, but I’ve learned an awful lot. I’ve learned that there are quite a few fitness habits that if used as a catalyst in […]

Juicing-It Isn’t All About the Fruit


I had a comment last week about juicing and blood sugar spikes for those with pre-diabetes and diabetes; rightly so, especially if you have already been diagnosed with the disorder. This recipe for my healing detox smoothie is not only okay for those concerned with blood sugar spikes, but it can actually help to cure […]

Slow is Aways Better


So you think you know juice? I did too until yesterday. I’ve been juicing forever! I though juice was juice, until yesterday. I have always used a centrifugal high-speed juicer. Yesterday I stumbled upon S L O W! I went into my fav kitchen store for something entirely unrelated and walked out with a slow […]

Obesity in the Workplace


Obesity is always a touchy subject, and with the new cautions on obesity and discrimination in the workplace, most won’t touch the subject with a ten foot pole. The evidence shows we’ve got to, and I’m happy to! Obesity does not define who someone is, it is a condition. An unhealthy condition than can be […]

Rise and Shine!


Every new week, every new day is a new opportunity to choose what we will do to shape our lives and our selves. What will you choose today?

Create a Ripple


Ever hear of a ‘keystone habit’? Keystone habits are small changes or activities that people introduce into their life or daily routine that unintentionally carry over into other aspects of their life; they have a ripple effect and spill into other parts of their lives. This ripple effect ends up creating lots of unintended and […]

Goethe and Growth and Change


Although to some it seems like a no brainer, the most up to date research tells us that when we fail to change, we fail to grow. It is not so much that we grow old, it is that we grow stagnant. Without a renewable source of energy that encourages change and renewal in which […]

Fitness and the Heat


Don’t let the summer heat wave be an excuse to skip the fitness routine. Here are six quick tips to remember when you’re seeing triple digits! 1. Remember to get up and out early. You can nap inside during the heat of the day when it’s too hot to do anything else. 2. Remember to […]