Bucket List

Have you made a bucket list? A bucket list is a list of all the goals you want to achieve, dreams you want to fulfill and life experiences you want to experience before you die. If you haven’t made a … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Is Weight Loss Your Resolution? Be S.M.A.R.T. about your Goals!

When setting goals to achieve your weight loss use the SMART method to be Specific, make it Measurable, Achievable, have it Result- oriented, and give it a Time-stamped deadline. When I work with clients, I usually set a 6 week … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Having trouble fitting fitness in during the holiday frenzy?

  Diets and exercise regimens often fall apart during the holidays.  But our hints will help you get everything done while still fitting in time for fitness.     Here are some of my Helpful Holly Hints for fitting “holidaze” fitness in: When … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Marathon Runners Have Discipline, Do You?

It takes discipline to train for the Boston Marathon.  It is the same discipline needed to achieve your weight loss goals. When you’re training for a marathon you need to run consistently and follow your training program.  It isn’t much … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

One Small Change can make Pounds of Difference in a Year!

Sometimes all it takes to accomplish something is to change one thing.  If you make one small change in your daily habits you can lose up to 26lbs in a year. Using the chart below you can see that by … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Resolution Rescue

  Does your New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution need to be rescued?  This is how you can use CPR to rescue it.  I’ll give you the 411 before you need to call 911. Did you start out the year determined … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Yes, you can change your metabolism. I can tell you how.

I hear a lot of excuses from people as to why they can’t lose weight.  One of the excuses is “I have a slow metabolism”.  You can control your metabolism by how much muscle you have on your body, what … [CLICK TO READ MORE]

The Winter Blues (SAD)

Have you ever felt depressed in the winter?  Do you find yourself sleeping and eating more?  You are not alone.  You could be affected by Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD is a type of depression that’s related to changes in … [CLICK TO READ MORE]