Just like, It’s Not a Diet, It’s a Healthy Lifestyle…It’s Not a New Year’s Resolution, It’s an Attainable Goal Now that the holidays are over, we are all thinking about the new year. At this time, many people think about the year – what they accomplished, what they did not accomplish, and what they hope […]
The holiday lights are up, the holiday music is playing, the holiday shopping has started, and the holiday parties are happening. I don’t know where the time went and it is already the week of Thanksgiving, but it is hard to be in denial when the holiday season is clearly here and all around us.
After being asked to join a news station as an expert to debunk the claims made by a psychologist about Christmas music causing anxiety (see article here: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/11/08/christmas-music-too-early-mental-health/), I wrote up some thoughts and my take on it. Unfortunately it didn’t work out and I was not live on the news this morning, but I
I have always known that football season was a big deal, but only a few years ago did I realize it was THIS big of a deal. Similarly, I had heard of fantasy football, but until I met my now husband, I didn’t really know about fantasy football either. You could say I have learned
It seems like there has been a common theme lately on Instagram about people taking care of themselves and promoting self care (which I think is FABULOUS and I am a strong believer in self-care!), but it reminded me of a blog I previously wrote about what I call a “healthy selfishness.” Although the blog
I was just interviewed for another article on goal setting (2 in the past few weeks!). It is that time of year where people are thinking about goals and New Year’s resolutions, so it makes sense and which is why I am posting about it here as well. (Before you read any further, if you
This is a topic that I usually discuss in support groups around this time of year, but this year I decided to write a blog entry to share my thoughts and ensure that more people are able to read it and learn from it. First, I want to debunk a holiday weight gain myth. Media