Our 20-20 weight loss strategy

Our 20-20 weight loss strategy

We are always looking for creative ways to help our clients. We love little tricks and shortcuts that are simple to remember and easy to follow through on. The other day, after chatting with a client about two of our favorite eating strategies, it dawned on us that...
5 things we learned since turning 50

5 things we learned since turning 50

There are 2 times per year when we tend to take stock in our lives – New Years and birthdays. Since Stephanie just had a birthday this past weekend (hello 54), we started talking about things we have learned since turning 50 and thought it might be fun to share...
What’s your body’s weed to seed ratio?

What’s your body’s weed to seed ratio?

When talking about how to make long term changes that stick, one of the concepts we love to share with clients is to view your body like a garden. In order for a garden to flourish, it’s important not only to plant plenty of seeds, but also to pull out the weeds...
The connection between cortisol and belly fat

The connection between cortisol and belly fat

One of the biggest complaints we hear from women in mid-life is about their growing waistlines.  Though there a ton of reasons for this VERY annoying and frustrating occurrence, today we wanted to specifically address the connection between cortisol and belly fat....
3 common eating mistakes to watch out for

3 common eating mistakes to watch out for

This week we wanted to share our insight and advice regarding three common eating “mistakes” we are noticing among our clients as they navigate through these strange times.  So without further ado, here they are: 1) Letting fruits and veggies take the back...
How to deal with being near your kitchen 24/7

How to deal with being near your kitchen 24/7

Being sequestered at home can have its perks, but one downside for many is being in close proximity to a kitchen 24/7. Yikes! We are continually preaching the importance of feeding your body when it’s physically hungry, and not in response to emotions such as...