Posts tagged self-care
Weight-Loss, Wellness, and Well-Being

As far as I’m concerned, choosing to eat well is only the beginning of self-care. It’s a HUGE step and it lays the groundwork for us to make other changes in our lives. When we fuel our bodies with real, living food it elevates us to another level. It’s the launching pad for loving ourselves even more. It’s the “more” that can be challenging.

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Life Challenges and Trying to Control the Uncontrollable

Over this last week, I’ve been dealt some seemingly big blows. At one point, I felt like the wheels were flying off and I was barely hanging on for dear life.

 I’m in a better place now, thank goodness, but boy, when I was neck-deep in it, I didn’t know how I was going to be able to manage to stay out of the loony bin.

After hearing from some of you, I’ve realized I’m not the only one. I’m facing some personal growth challenges, as many of you are, and this has caused me to have a few breakdowns followed by some big breakthroughs. 

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Being Impeccable

I’m always compelled to write about what seems to be coming up in my life because I have found that there is always a message nestled in there for me to share.

Right now, I am encountering a running theme of dealing with vendors that promise the world and either don’t deliver on time or at all.

This has put me in an uncomfortable space a few different times now.

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Carbs and Cancer

I don’t know about you, but I remember a time in my life when cancer was the big “C-word.” People would only talk about it in whispers and hushed tones as if saying it out loud gave it more power. I experienced it for the first time at the age of 11, when my grandfather was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Nowadays, not knowing someone with cancer is the exception.

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Fighting Off Colds and the Flu the Keto Way

My son has gone to bed early for the last three nights. He's been plagued with headaches and an on-again, off-again queasy stomach. Now my husband and daughter are showing signs of something resembling a cold or flu virus.

My guess is all of the added stress from the holidays has compromised our immune systems and opened the door for some nasties to invade our world. Bring on the chicken soup!

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How to Eat Healthy While Traveling

When spending time away from home, whether flying or driving, eating healthy can be challenging. There is nothing worse than going on vacation only to come home to a suitcase full of dirty clothes and an extra five pounds showing on the scale. UGH! So before you jump on the next flight out of town, check out my top 3 tips for eating and surviving while traveling.

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