Exercising Gratitude

This time of year, exercise can slip to the back burner. No one wants to be rushing around, over-stressed, and emotionally drained. It can simply be a by-product of the added to-do’s and emotions of the season. I invite you to let go of the “exercise to...

Can execise really be simple?

When I talk to people about exercise, just the word is often met with a sigh. It seems like this huge thing weighing us down. Ugh, I wish I had the time. I’m too heavy to exercise.  I need someone to push me. I’m too lazy to exercise.   The word exercise...

The Myth of Being Good

This post is dedicated to a dear friend who lost his battle with trying to find his wholeness and to all those who tried to help him find his way. May you rest in peace.   In our goals for being healthy, there is a myth that needs to be resolved before we can truly be...

The Exercise Hangover Myth

Blank stare. I had just finished describing to a client how exercise is a resource for well-being. How it does not have to make you feel worse in order to get the benefits. How suffering through a grueling workout does not give you ‘extra points’ towards...