On Cleansing, D#1 – Kicking Caffeine

  What is your most irrational fear? As you titrate with us off caffeine, gluten, dairy, alcohol and sugar, what are you most afraid will happen? Let’s start with caffeine. Today is D#1 of the Gottfried Cleanse, and I’m kicking caffeine – or at least I’m starting the process. Why is it so hard to…

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5 Burning Questions: Get Your Deep Cleanse On

  Part of cleansing is letting go of mental structures that no longer serve, along with choosing more fitting structures that would serve you more optimally. My best mentor?  Danielle Laporte. Check out the 5 burning questions (below) Danielle created along with Rich, Happy and Hot Marie Forleo and let them cleanse your mind. Q’s FOR SELLING YOUR…

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The Pusher as Exerciser: 10 Strategies that Help!

In other words, are you hard core? Use whatever word that speaks to you most: fierce, badass, someone with a strong personal code? I bet you are similar to me. Maybe you like to push yourself to your limits, to feel that good burn of hard work, to sweat and then revel in the endorphins…

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Not All Who Wander Are Lusty (But Most of Them Are)

J. R. R. Tolkien wrote: “Not all those who wander are lost.” In fact, I believe that those who wander have found something very valuable. Especially those who find themselves at a Wanderlust festival. As you know, these wonderful weekends are dedicated to days packed full of yoga, farm-to-table meals, gifted musicians, and talks from…

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Sweat for Success

When the sun comes out, so do the runners. And the tennis players. And the swimmers. Who Wears Short-Shorts? And, often, the tiny, revealing workout clothes that go with those sports. If you’re having a little exercise anxiety, you’re not alone. Some of us don’t crave a “bikini body” – what we want is a…

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Just Breathe

A Band Aid…for Your Lungs It’s spring. Which means that along with flowers blooming and “beach-body” resolutions looming, allergies are hitting. Hard. As rates of asthma and allergies rise each year, so does the amount of money put into treatment. Breathing is about the most basic function needed for survival, so it’s not surprising that…

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The ONE resolution to make (AND KEEP) this year

It’s the start of a new year, a time for making resolutions. I’m not interested in you becoming yet another statistic in 2016, such as the one that tells us that 80% of people fail at the resolution by January 20. Together, let’s do it differently this year. Think different, as Steve Jobs famously said.…

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