How Do YOU Define Success?

I don’t believe it should be considered ”normal” to have to come home every day and “take the edge off”. What’s normal, to me, is choosing to create a life that doesn’t feel so hard and sharp, but rather a life that feels softer and gentler. I think it all comes down to the way…

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Treat Yo Self!

“Treat Yo Self!” I see this slogan on everything from ice cream shop A-frames to memes on Facebook where people are gobbling up slabs of chocolate cake or guzzling back entire bottles of wine. And I GET it. I mean, I used to BE one of those people telling people, “C’mon…just one won’t hurt” or…

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Where MOST People Fail On Holidays.

We are now over a week into 2019 and I hope that you are already getting excited about this fresh, new year. While I don’t make “resolutions”, I do like a new year to remind me of what I value most: my health. Thing is, our bodies really don’t care what date is showing on…

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I Don’t Think I Can Do It.

“I don’t think I can do it.” How often do we say this? I’d argue that it’s waaaaay more often than we even realize. We can limit ourselves so automatically that we can find ourselves wondering if this is truly the life we want to be living or if life has just sort of…happened to…

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My Problem With The Body Positivity Movement.

According to wiki, the definition of body positivity is this: “Body positivity is acceptance and appreciation of all human body types. It is a social movement rooted in the belief that all human beings should have a positive body image, and be accepting of their own bodies as well as the bodies of others.” I like this definition. It sounds good to…

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Our HUNGRY Brains.

If you’ve been following me for a time, you are likely familiar with my story; how I went from being a nightly, blackout drinker to being someone who values her health and now spends her life spreading the word to others. In my work, I meet a lot of people who have struggled with their…

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My HEALTH Secret.

As you probably know by now, I got sober when I was 29. A lot has happened in the time between then and now. I hid my addiction by telling people I was “into health” and yet the beauty of that decision meant that I actually became a much healthier version of myself. I’ve talked…

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Exciting Times!

I have said it before and still believe now, that my alcoholism has been my greatest teacher; recovery my greatest blessing.  If you know me or have been following my work for a time, you will know I got sober from alcohol over 14 years ago. I see all addiction as the same, no matter…

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