Is Moderation Sabotaging Your Weight Loss?

If you’ve spent any time trying to lose weight, you’ve likely heard that you should give in to your cravings and that anything is ok in moderation. You’ve may also heard that you need to eliminate x, y, and z if you really want to be successful. So which is it? Can...

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What to Do When Your Short-Term Diet Ends

Even though I wholeheartedly believe that lifestyle changes are the true key to long-term success, I can’t deny the appeal - and success - of a lot of short-term diets or challenges. Part of why 10-, 14-, 21-day or 4-6 weeks challenges are so successful is because...

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Why You Need a Break From Dieting

Though counterintuitive, sometimes a break from dieting is exactly what you need to ultimately be more successful. I strongly believe that  lifestyle changes are the true key to long-term success and no one should be chronically dieting (I did name my Facebook group...

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How Eating Slowly Can Help You Lose Weight

A frequently overlooked bad habit that many of us have is how quickly we eat. We may tell ourselves that it’s out of necessity or it doesn’t make a difference one way or another but actually it does. Especially if you are wanting to lose weight, slowing down can be a...

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Fat Loss Made Simple

Never has losing weight felt more complicated than in the Internet age when overwhelming amounts of conflicting information are available able at the click of a few buttons. Well-intentioned women everywhere have been overwhelmed into inaction because they can’t...

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Why You Need To Do A Food Audit

One of the first things I do with a new client is have them complete a 3-day food log. When I ask someone about their diet, the most common answer is, “I eat pretty healthy most of the time,” so this is a reliable way for me to learn exactly what they mean by this....

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The Best Weight Loss Approach

Everywhere you look, someone is trying to convince you that their weight loss approach is the only one that works. Many even go so far as to say that any other approach is stupid or dangerous. This article will help you find the right weight loss approach for you....

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5 Ways to Keep Weight Off (Without Being Obsessive)

You’ve spent weeks, months, even years working toward your fat loss goals. And now you’ve arrived. It feels… …just like any other day. You wake up and have your normal breakfast, pack clothes for your workout, and fill your water bottle. You knew that your life...

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You Don’t Need Motivation, You Need Results!

Motivation isn’t the key to your success. You need a strategy to keep you on track toward your goals regardless of how motivated you feel. Here’s how to create that. How many times have you started a new workout program or diet plan, guns blazing, ready for this to be...

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4 Tips to Road Trip Without Going Off The Rails

For many of us, road trip is synonymous with "eat all the snacks." I am certainly included in this group. However, if you've gone down this road before (ha ha), you know that eating all the snacks while sitting in the car all day (or for multiple days), can lead to...

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Finding the Root of your Weight Gain

Without knowing the root of your weight gain in the first place, it'll be pretty hard for you to do much about it. Before you can make a lasting change, you need to have an understanding of how you ended up where you are in the first place. Once you have a clearer...

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4 Reasons You Should Use a Grocery List

I used to think grocery lists were lame and far too adult for someone like myself. Now, having gone shopping sans list & come home without things I needed basically every time, I know that I'm better off with one. Much like an open book test at school, it almost seems...

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How to Not Feel like a Newbie at the Gym

Being a newbie - anywhere - is the worst. Regardless of the environment, it's pretty standard to feel awkward and out of place when you're new somewhere. Can't everyone just tell how new you are?  Being at a new gym (or a gym for the first time) is no exception.  It...

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