Have you reached your breaking point?

It happens. You get to a point when you just can’t take it anymore! Or do you? Have you gone on autopilot, going through the motions of everyday living, putting up with aches and pains, minor discomfort, and stress and anxiety as things you have to deal with as a part of life? Tolerating distress […]

Declare it!

You say you want a revolution Well, you know…* …it is time to declare that you are worthy of good health, prosperity, success and love! Are you feeling stuck? Not releasing the weight that seems to be hanging on to your body for dear life? Continuing to sacrifice your self-care to achieve the success you […]

To Bee or Not To Bee

While watching “Live with Kelly” this week I learned a valuable business and life lesson. Show host Kelly Ripa and her co-host for the day, Bryant Gumbel, welcomed Snigdha Nandipati, the 2012 Scripps National Spelling Bee Champion. At 14 years old, she took the prize over a total of 278 contestants, including a six-year-old. Of […]

This has been going on since 1945!

I remember this as if it was last night, but it was 1994. Friday night of Memorial Day Weekend. I was packing for a business trip to Israel while concentrating on Game 7 of the Conference Finals between the New York Rangers and the New Jersey Devils. The winning team goes on to play for […]

What’s your drug of choice?

Experts estimate that 75% of overeating is caused by emotions. I believe this is good news. One, it means that if you find yourself eating due to boredom, sadness, stress or depression, you are not alone (so there’s nothing “wrong” with you). Two, it means it is possible to solve the problem and better manage […]

The Comfort Connection

Montel Williams was quite candid on The Dr. Oz Show recently when speaking about his struggles with emotional eating. He has a lot going for him: Emmy Award-winning talk-show host, a decorated former naval intelligence officer, an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and philanthropist, yet something was tearing him apart. His depression has been talked about and […]

I learned from my mistake

I’m beating myself up. My ezine hasn’t been distributed in two weeks. I could have screamed “Iceberg right ahead,” because I saw the problems coming. And, instead of doing what I now know how to do, I did what I used to do. A little blame here, a little overcompensating there, and, before I knew […]

Eat One and Call Me in the Morning

Do you make a face when someone mentions artichokes, or do you begin to salivate at the thought of eating this antioxidant-rich vegetable? At only (approximately) 60 calories, artichokes are a low-calorie nutritional powerhouse. In addition, artichokes are a no-fat, no-cholesterol treat offering a myriad of vitamins and minerals including magnesium, chromium, phosphorous, calcium, vitamin […]

Liberation Not Deprivation

Be a lamp unto yourself. Work out your liberation with diligence. – Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C. What is holding you back? Please, think about this question. What have you wanted to achieve that you have not? Weight loss? A new job or promotion? Meeting your true love? The answer is […]

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