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November 25, 2017

The holidays are here, and for many people this means more parties, more sweets and more indulgence. This can be the hardest time of the year to stay on track with your wellness goals and it can be especially overwhelming and difficult to navigate all the catered dinners, unlimited desserts and alcohol flowing at everyone's party. Don't let all your hard work go out the window, there are many ways that you can enjoy the holidays without completely sabotaging your health goals.

  • Eat as healthy as you can for the meals that you have complete control over typically breakfast and lunch, a healthy wholesome breakfast like oatmeal with berries or scrambled eggs with avocado and sprouted toast and a lunch filled with vegetables and lean proteins. 

  • Be active for at least 30 minutes a day, you can incorporate exercise into your day at the office, squats, walks during lunch, or chair yoga.

  • Eat a snack before you go to a holiday party, that way you won't show up starving and over...

March 3, 2017

Sleep is essential for every mammal on the Earth. When we sleep our bodies are healing themselves from all the demands that were put on it throughout the day, this should be sacred time that we prioritize to make sure that we can function as efficiently as possible. We are constantly stimulated all day every day, consciously and unconsciously by our phones, LED lights, TV, computers and electromagnetic waves from outlets, power lines and microwaves. This constant stimulation has caused sleep issues for over half the world’s population. Circadian rhythms are how are body naturally puts us to sleep and wakes us up according the patterns of the sun. Varied work schedules, homework, kids and social activities have thrown us out of rhythm causing fatigue, headaches, higher stress levels and exacerbating depression and anxiety. Health should be a priority for everyone and a foundation for good health and vitality starts with a good night sleep. Good sleep starts with having a sleep routine.

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January 3, 2017

This past weekend I had the pleasure to connect with other entrepreneurs who share the same mindfulness practice that I have incorporated into daily routine. There were discussions around personal philosophies, mindfulness, focusing on passion not just profit, conversations around money and inspirational stories about successful entrepreneurs’ lowest lows and how they overcame them. I have never felt so present in my life and so connected to a group of complete strangers.  We were all there to discover more about ourselves, but also to find a connection that we have not yet found in the City of Angels. I realized more than anything that I have been lacking that connection, a connection with people who are at different steps in the process but have been where I am personally and professionally. Even the speakers mentioned being “ hot messes” at any given time, their vulnerability while on stage really touched me, being so raw and honest is rare these days let alone, seeing it received i...

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