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6 Questions to Help You Eat Mindfully

6 Questions to Help You Eat Mindfully

Making balanced and healthy eating choices is difficult. Take a look at our society today. According to the Center for Disease Control, about 69% of the population is overweight. Also, many individuals struggle with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and...
Humility, Growth, and Emotional Well-Being

Humility, Growth, and Emotional Well-Being

This post is Part 8 in a 12-part blog series on humility and growth. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) In this post, I will explore how the model of humility and growth can be applied to our emotional health and well-being. Mental health can be a...
Humility, Growth, and Physical Health

Humility, Growth, and Physical Health

This post is Part 7 in a 12-part blog series on humility and growth. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) In the next few posts, I will explore how the model of humility and growth can be applied in a few key areas of life. In this first post, I will...
3 Strategies to Eat Healthy at a Restaurant

3 Strategies to Eat Healthy at a Restaurant

It’s the New Year, and many of us are making resolutions to lose weight and eat healthier this year. I know this is true for me. One of my goals this year is to get back in shape and take back control of my health. One thing a lot of people struggle with in this area...
Living Holistically: Your Boxes Are Connected

Living Holistically: Your Boxes Are Connected

Often we think about our lives as split up into parts. However, I think we are much more connected than we realize. I was speaking with a colleague the other day, and he described a model I thought was helpful. He described our lives as consisting of 4 boxes:...
Don’t Wait Until It Hurts

Don’t Wait Until It Hurts

My shoulder has been bothering me for a few weeks. I hurt it doing an exercise in CrossFit, and it hasn’t gotten better yet. After trying to deal with it myself for a while, I finally talked to my coach about it, who gave me some rehab exercises to do. Part of the...
The 80/20 Rule and Living a Healthy Lifestyle

The 80/20 Rule and Living a Healthy Lifestyle

One of my favorite books about nutrition and health is The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson. I think the book provides a great framework for building and maintaining healthy habits of diet and exercise. If you’re looking to make a change in this area of your life, I...
20 Life Lessons From P90x

20 Life Lessons From P90x

As I finished my workout the other day, I realized I have learned quite a few life lessons from doing P90x. I thought I would share them with you today! Rome was not built in a day, and neither is your body. Anything that is worth doing takes consistent time and...
Stay on the Perimeter of the Grocery Store

Stay on the Perimeter of the Grocery Store

Do you ever get overwhelmed when you’re at the grocery story, trying to figure out which foods are healthy and which foods aren’t healthy? Here’s a rule of thumb that has helped me make healthy choices at the grocery story: Stay on the Perimeter. If you think about...
Which Diet Works the Best?

Which Diet Works the Best?

If you are anything like me, you get done with the Thanksgiving holiday feeling over-fed. Sure, it was great to have a never-ending supply of leftovers and desserts. But that can’t last forever. When I get back home to my regular schedule, I start thinking about...
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