Shaping a New You: Resolutions Done Differently

Shaping a New You: Resolutions Done Differently

A new year often brings a renewed sense of motivation and a desire to improve upon oneself from the prior year. And, with that, come the resolutions, which often relate to losing weight, improving one’s diet, exercising more, or just getting healthier in general. University of Scranton research indicates that just 8% of the people who make such resolutions have success in sticking with and achieving them. With that said, here are my top tips on being part of that 8% and shaping a better you in 2015.

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Top Gift Picks for the Busy Amateur Chef

Top Gift Picks for the Busy Amateur Chef

As a health coach, business owner, military spouse, athletic trainer, chef, writer, athlete, and generally busy person, I’m often asked for my recommendations on everything ranging from kitchen tools and books to supplements, athletic gear, and raw cooking ingredients.  And with the holidays now here, the requests from followers for my recommendations are beginning to pour in.   

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