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Tag: healthy lifestyle

Recipe: Pumpkin Puree

This is the story of the pumpkin who believed it could so it did. Every post I write revolving around fall food mentions my love of other fall foods like apple pie and maple lattes, but guys let’s be honest with ourselves – we love these things, but they can get expensive. Apple picking can […]

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Day 280, Quote 33: “They always say time changes things…”

“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” – Andy Warhol It’s been eight days. It had been 501 days. I didn’t plan it, but I guess it was fate since the number was almost perfect. I didn’t realize until I put the date of the last photo with […]

Day 263, I guess I’m paraphrasing: Fight for it, take ownership

No one can do this for you, but you. Whatever this is. I’ve said that before and I know I said it recently when I talked about the importance of advocating for yourself on my Facebook page. It’s true – no one will look out for you more than you, so ask questions, be curious, get […]

Day 238, Quote 27: “It’s never too late, or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be.”

For what it’s worth: it’s never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be. There’s no time limit, stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same, that are no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope […]

Wellness Refocused Education: Fat and the Ketogenic Diet

For a long time there was a war on fat, like over 30 years long. I’ve talked a lot about the importance of reading labels and understanding what you’re consuming. Not necessarily saying no to the processed food, but understanding or knowing what is in it. Well, taking that a step further – we need […]

Are you even ready?

Here’s the blog post to pair with the video on the stages of change model. It’s a bit more detailed about the initial studies that lead to the development of the model. I highlight some of the findings that DiClemente and Prochaska had even though the initial samples were small.

As a coach , I want my client to succeed, but that also means that we need to be honest when looking at their over goals, where they are currently in their life and what they’re willing to invest in making change. Not everyone is ready for big change, hell, not everyone is ready for small change either – change is scary, but scary doesn’t mean impossible. You just need to give yourself time.