30 Day Workout Challenge #Things(NON)NutritionistsLike One recommended workout success strategy is working out with a buddy. I love my workout buddy: even though she lives over 1000 miles away and we both travel frequently. A 30-day challenge is a commitment to follow a specific activity for 30 days, which research indicates is both a psychologically attainable […]
How to Design a New Year’s Resolution That Lasts YES you should set a New Year’s Resolution but the trick is setting a good one that will actually help you nudge towards a healthier habit. When it comes to what works to not only get you fired up to start a new habit, but also […]
At this time of year, it’s natural to think about – and struggle to achieve – your wellness goals. This was definitely the case with a previous client of mine.
Cynthia was a baby boomer with two teenagers and a busy job in the oil and gas industry. Her goal was to lose the 25 pounds she had put on over the past two decades. Cynthia was discouraged that despite following many diets and trying to exercise, she could not seem to lose the weight for good.
Examining why people fail at something they want to achieve is often more beneficial than reviewing successes. Before setting your New Year’s resolution, consider these three reasons people fail, inspired by a 2008 article in Canadian Psychology written by Richard Koestner…
Healthy eating change – see the opportunities rather than the challenges By Andrea Holwegner, Calgary Herald December 15, 2010 The way you choose to look at it will determine your success In April 1997 outdoor enthusiast Warren Macdonald set out on a backpacking trip to Hinchinbrook Island, off the coast of Australia. He became trapped […]