Can Clutter Make You Crazy? 5 Unexpected Areas You Must Declutter Now!

In this post, I discuss why your clutter may be a contributing factor to your stress anxiety (and overall mental/emotional health). I discuss the most recent scientific research linking clutter to mental health AND I provide you with my 5 unexpected areas that you need to declutter now: digital clutter, calendar clutter, relationship clutter, financial clutter, and mental clutter. I mention how you can apply my 5x5 Decluttering Method to declutter these important areas. This post is the missing link in the discussion of minimalism or tidying up your home. You won't want to miss this one...

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Does this Junk Drawer Make My Bum Look Big? The Science (and Solution) Linking Clutter & Your Weight!

In this video, I discuss why your clutter may be a contributing factor to your unwanted weight. I discuss the most recent scientific research linking clutter to weight AND I provide you with my 5x5 Decluttering Method for clearing any space. I use the best of cognitive psychology to help you create an intentional, clutter-free FREE home. I even mention the two biggest mistakes I see people make when trying to declutter their home. The best part? If you watch through the end, I have a FABULOUS freebie for you!!! You won't want to miss this one...

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Inflammaging: Inflammation and Aging (and the Scientifically-Proven Methods to Age Well)

In today’s video, I want to discuss the effects of inflammation on the aging process. Short term, inflammation is necessary for healing. When we understand the effects of inflammation on our overall health, we can circumvent the negative side effects of chronic inflammation on the genetic expression of our cells. Here is the thing. Our lifespan is increasing but our disease span is increasing and it is becoming an epidemic. I have included the signs of inflammation, the primary cause, how inflammation affects the aging process (coined "inflammaging"), and the 5 scientifically-proven methods for improving genetic expression--and therefore, how to age well!

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Cortisol and Aging: Scientifically-Proven Methods to Improve Genetic Expression and Calm Stress

In this video, I discuss the science behind stress and its influence on the aging process and the best way of testing your true biological age! I also include the three best scientifically proven methods for combatting the effects of stress on the aging process. As a bonus, I provide free resources for you to help in each of these three areas: creating a social community, developing the proper mindset, and exercising appropriately.

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Stressed Out? 10+ Scientifically Proven Methods for Relieving Stress!

In this post, I discuss the reason why we are stressed more today than ever! I discuss the physiological reasons why women are especially susceptible to stress. The physiology of the stress response is broken down into phases and explained. I also discuss the scientifically-proven tried and true methods for stress relief and dealing with stress.

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What Women Must Know About Stress (And My Stroke Story)

In this post, I discuss the physiology behind the stress response and why it can be the primary factor that is preventing weight loss. I discuss the defining moment in my life when I thought I was having a stroke and how this led to the last 20 pounds coming off as well as the entire overhaul of my lifestyle!

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Quick Treats & Cheats: How to Eat, Drink, & Be Merry Without Weight Gain!

In today’s post, I’m going to share with you my quick and easy “cheat” options and how I incorporate these fun foods into my lifestyle daily, without worrying about the effect on my waistline. If you struggle with what to eat when you are feeling like you need something sweet or perhaps you need to stray away from your diet a bit; but you don’t want to worry about subsequent health and weight consequences then you are not alone. When I surveyed friends, family, patients, folks asked me to share some quick fun food ideas that help to improve health without complicated systems, ingredients, or recipes that are time-consuming. So, in an effort to help you out, I am creating a “what I eat in a day” series so that you can acquire new recipes or ideas that are time efficient, effortless, whole-foods based, and easy to prepare. I’ll link these videos and the playlist for you at the end of the attached video.

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Quick & Healthy Meals: Dinner Options

In today’s post, I’m going to share with you three quick and easy dinner options that you can use for vegan and non-vegan diets, alike. These are my go-to’s most days when I want to keep things simple. If you are one for more complex dinner ideas, this may not be the video for you. If you want to see more videos on health and wellness, feel free to subscribe to my webpage and let me know what posts you wish to see in the future. If you struggle with what to eat and you want quick, healthy meals in a short amount of time but you aren’t sure where to start then you are not alone. When I surveyed friends, family, patients, folks asked me to share some quick meal ideas that help to improve health without complicated systems, ingredients, or recipes that are expensive. So, in an effort to help you out, I am creating a “what I eat in a day” series so that you can acquire new breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner ideas that are time efficient, effortless, whole-foods based, and easy to prepare.

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Quick & Healthy Meals: Snack Options

In today’s post, I’m going to share with you my quick and easy snack options. While I sometimes will stray from these options, these are my go-to’s most days when I want to keep things simple. If you are one for more complex lunch ideas, this may not be the post for you. If you struggle with what to eat and you want quick, healthy meals in a short amount of time but you aren’t sure where to start then you are not alone. When I surveyed friends, family, patients, folks asked me to share some quick meal ideas that help to improve health without complicated systems, ingredients, or recipes that are time-consuming. So, in an effort to help you out, I am creating a “what I eat in a day” series so that you can acquire new breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner ideas that are time efficient, effortless, whole-foods based, and easy to prepare.

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Quick & Healthy Meals: Lunch Options

Do you struggle with what to eat? Perhaps you want quick meal ideas and you are told it is possible to make a healthy meal in a short amount of time but you aren’t sure where to start. A common myth that we believe is that eating healthy is expensive, time-consuming and boring; however, I’m going to show you some rather budget-friendly, quick and tasty lunch ideas to keep you on track toward your health and fitness goals (whether it is to eat healthier or to lose a few LBs).

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Quick & Healthy Meals: The Superfood Smoothie

Do you struggle with what to eat? Perhaps you want quick meal ideas but you don’t know where to start? You are told it is possible to make a healthy meal in a short amount of time but you don't know how to simplify your choices. In today’s post, I’m going to share with you my quick and easy morning breakfast. While this is not the only breakfast I eat, it is my go-to most days when I want to keep things simple. If you are one for more complex breakfast ideas, this may not be the post for you.

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Why You Should Get Up at 5 am and How to do it

Have you ever wondered why people who get up early like to do so? Perhaps you have thought to yourself you could never be a morning person. Maybe you’ve been curious about how getting up early may benefit your health and your overall well-being? Perhaps, you believe you could never be one of those "crazy morning people". If you have struggled with any of these thoughts then you are going to want to stick around because in this video I am going to dip into some of the science and the benefits of rocking the 5am hour. The best part? I’ll give you practical tips on how you too can rock this magic hour, with me.

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Start Your Day Like the Top 1% Most Successful Influencers

In this post, I discuss the defining characteristic of the top 1% that I discovered in my research: the commitment to performing a beneficial morning ritual. In addition, I walk you through the four areas of personal growth that I define as the necessary components of an effective morning ritual: mental, emotional, physical and spiritual. I provide you with my real-life examples of how I accomplish this and provide ways for you to simplify the process so that anyone can achieve an inspiring morning ritual, if even for 10 minutes.


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The Life Changing Magic of Creating Your Mindset

In today’s post, we are going to learn how to harness the life changing magic (and power) of a positive mindset, for ourselves. If you only watch ONE of my videos or read only ONE post all the way through, I pray that this is the one, because if you can master this skill, it will truly change your life as it has changed mine! If you stick around, I tell you exactly how…

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Manipulate Your Nutrition for Faster Fat Loss

This post is part three of a tutorial for beginners and seasoned health fanatics who want to determine if their body is in fat burning mode or fat building mode. In the first post of this series we walked through the steps you will need to create your basic nutrition plan for better health, nutrition and physique (Beginner’s Guide to Better Nutrition). In the second post we identified the different hormone indicators and how to adjust our behaviors,  if they are not in balance, to help us remain in fat burning mode (Master Your Fat Burning Potential).  With our basic nutrition plan and our hormone indicators in mind, we can now manipulate our nutrition plan to maximize our fat loss efforts, even further. This is how you can build your customized diet and nutrition plan.

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Master Your Fat Burning Potential

This video post is part two of a series of three videos to help you get you started with your fat burning nutrition plan. This post will help you get started in recognizing and addressing the key hormone indicators that can help you stay on track toward burning fat. These indicators are the most common complaints I see in my practice that are associated with the inability to lose weight. In this post, we dig a bit deeper into each of these so that you can tailor your regimen, accordingly and improve your fat burning pathways.


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The Beginner's Guide to Better Nutrition (and Common Mistakes)

In this video, I walk you through the five steps you will need to get started with eating more healthful. The great thing is that you can customize this basic plan, whether you are low carb, vegetarian, paleo, keto, etc. In addition to explaining the steps, I provide you with detailed pdfs to walk you through every step to ensure your success. At the end, I explain the 8 most common mistakes people make when trying to make healthier food choices.

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Learn More About My book (And Why You Should STOP Dieting)!

In this post, I explain why the typical diet methods are not working and why cutting calories and exercising more is NOT the answer. I tell my story and share my struggles with losing 45 pounds and why it is important to me that you get clarity and learn efficiency when trying to make sense of all of the diet noise out there!

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Maximize Your Fat Burning & Minimize Your Exercise Efforts: A Tutorial

You may think that getting in shape requires too much effort or a good set of genes. While this may be strange for you, I’m here to tell you that you do not need to be a slave to the gym or to your genes to get in the best shape of your life! The problem is that people don’t know how to begin and feel overwhelmed with all of the information. For most people, the concern is that they do not have the time to workout; but, I’m here to tell you that only need 3-4 hours per week to get in prime shape. In this post, I show you just how easy it can be!

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