How to Lose Weight – For Real, For Good, No Gimmicks, No Cost

Exercise, Goals, Healthy Living, How To, Motivation, Recipes, Solving Problems, Success October 20th, 2011

Body Image. The subjective concept of one

photo credit: Charlotte Astrid   Have you "tried everything" to lose weight and not really had the success you'd like? Would you like to finally get the job done and feel good about yourself? What if I told you It Can Be Done, it's (relatively) easy, and it won't cost you anything for the advice? Would ...

Easily Transform Your Winter Blues into Winter Joy!

Did You Know?, Exercise, Featured, FUN, Happy, Healthy Living, How To, Motivation, Solving Problems January 26th, 2009


photo by Willow&Monk Bears do it. Koi fish do it. So do frogs, squirrels, and several other animals. So why should you allow yourself to feel bad when you feel it's effects? What I'm talking about here is hibernation. Of course, humans don't hibernate fully, but when the cold and short days of winter come around, many of us ...

The Secrets to a Healthy Life

Featured, Healthy Living, How To, Reviews, Writing, Yoga May 30th, 2008

For those of you who want a healthier heart, a safe and simple weight loss program, and a longer, richer, more energized life, I am excited to announce that my new ebook, The Secrets to a Healthy Life, is finally available. It is priced at only $9 $5!! It is a concise guide that gives ...

Why Is Exercise Good for You?

Exercise, Featured, Healthy Living April 18th, 2008

Exercise is good for you

photo by mikebaird There's a saying, "Use it or lose it." That's pretty much why exercise is good for you. But that's just the short answer. The details of what actually happens in your body are truly amazing and, I think, super motivating. Here's the the rest of the story you won't want to miss! [This article ...

Lose Belly Fat – Is It Really Possible?

Did You Know?, Healthy Living, How To, Solving Problems, Yoga November 9th, 2007

Lose Belly Fat

Yes! Of course it is! Don't give up! There is hope. The key is to understand how your body works and to have a comprehensive plan that you will execute over a reasonable period of time. Translation: this is not a quick fix. But, remember, it is doable! Take the turtle approach, slow and steady, ...