Saturday morning I was enjoying one of my favorite past times, grocery shopping at the Whole Foods. As you can imagine with all the cooking we do Gatsby and I had quite the cart full. When I began to unload my first item at checkout, a woman came up behind me and started unloading her cart onto the conveyor belt without even putting up a divider.
Who hasn’t fallen off the wagon from time to time?! Maybe you over indulged after a the long holiday weekend and your work clothes are feeling a little too snug. Or you’ve been so busy you haven’t made it to the gym in weeks.
Do you ever find yourself sitting in front of the television binging on Netflix and your favorite processed carbs or sugary delight?! Are you starving an hour after you finished your healthy dinner and craving sugar or salt?! We all experience these late night cravings, but there are steps you can take to balance your hormones, stop the cravings, and end the nighttime binges.
We’ve all been there. We’ve all suffered from what is known as dessert stomach. You most likely think it is just a result of being gluttonous but would it make you feel better to know that it is actually triggered by a chemical reaction in the brain?
Have you ever eaten a salad for lunch and been completely unsatisfied an hour later?! Me too!! But if you incorporate the right protein, healthy fats and carbohydrates, you will be less likely to skip the afternoon vending machine attack!
I’m super excited to introduce you to an amazing woman, Carol Clayton. I love meeting new people (IRL or virtually) and I’m always interested in hearing their stories especially when it includes an awesome journey toward health and wellness both mentally and physically. Carol was gracious enough to allow me to ask a ton of questions and feature her in today’s blog post.
Did you ever have a day that just started off on the wrong foot? Maybe you slept through your alarm, got in a fender-bender on your way to work or just felt sad or aggravated for no clear reason at all??? Happens to all of us sometimes right?!
In honor of Mother’s Day I’m beyond privileged to feature the woman who inspired me to create the RDM brand my mother and role model Joan Clifford. Joan is absolutely stunning and has a beautiful heart to match. Everything she does is perfected with elegance, style and grace.
Fads come and go. Remember the Thigh Master? The vibrating belt machines? Jane Fonda aerobic videos? Shake Weight? They were all the craze and then they were gone. You may occasionally find a Thigh Master at a yard sale if you really look hard enough. Well, I’m here to give my two cents about the foam roller. It’s here to stay.
It seems like every week I run across a common term and think, “That wasn’t even a thing ten years ago.” Gut health is one of those topics. Years ago no one talked about gut health. You certainly didn’t see stars doing commercials discussing how to become more regular but the times they are a changin’.