Last week I shared the concept of “capsule meal planning” and how to go about creating your own. It’s a super efficient way to eat well. This week I’ll tell you exactly what I put in my own capsule meal plan, and why.
Ever heard of a capsule wardrobe? It’s just a few pieces of clothing that mix and match to create outfits easily – and you can approach meal planning the same way. In this episode I’ll help you build your own capsule meal plan so you can prioritize yourself and your health with maximum efficiency.
Julie Fischer was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) after four years of unexplained symptoms and multiple doctor visits with inconclusive tests. Since then, she’s been living life a bit differently to manage (and even reverse) symptoms…and helping clients do the same.
Willpower is the thing I consistently hear women say they need more of. But if you’re focusing on using willpower to restrict certain foods, you’re bound to run yourself in circles of guilt and shame. This episode talks about what to do instead, and how to change the conversation around food and cravings.
Look around any yoga studio or Whole Foods and you’ll see that the health and wellness industry is primarily built for and around white women. Shawne Johnson is changing that – and paving her own path in the health and wellness world.
If you’ve ever uttered the words “I could never do that” or “That’s not me,” you’ve experienced the limiting power of your own self-identity. The picture you have of yourself might just be your greatest obstacle to growth! Get ready to expand your self-image and experience of life.
When it comes to burnout, no amount of bubble baths are going to help while we’re still living in a world that demands so much (too much!) from women – and at a fraction of the paycheck. In this episode Angie Alt shares about taking personal responsibility to create change in the world…not just for ourselves, but at a societal level.
Sometimes our lives shift – divorce, job changes, etc. – and we feel disoriented. In this episode Michelle outlines the 3 key elements to successfully finding your way when there’s no clear path to follow. Guess what? It’s time to embrace the unknown.
Drastic change can sometimes be our best choice. But in this episode, my friend, Marilyn Clark, shares how big change has to happen physically AND mental/emotionally for long term success. Whether you’ve considered weight loss surgery or not, it’s an eye-opening look at what’s required to create real change.
If you’re stressed out with a body full of inflammation, if you’re feeling bloated and puffy, if you have pain and fatigue… let me just say: Your dress size? Probably not your most pressing issue. But it’s related. Here’s how.