F*** exercise. Try this instead.
Take that word “exercise” and throw it out on the lawn, through the window. Try this other stuff instead.
Stop being a dick to yourself.
To most people, “self-love” and “self-care” don’t make a lot of sense. It sounds like some weird sex thing (self-love snicker). Or some woo-woo New Age thing (“Come join our full moon solstice self-love circle”). Possibly also a weird sex thing. Or a spa thing (“Indulge with our diviiiiine self-care facials!”). Or maybe some medicated […]
I give you permission.
I give you permission to ask for help, to throw out garbage, to be greedy.
In praise of thickness
Stop shrinking and starving, and start filling out whatever outline YOU make.
The one question you should ask yourself
Ultimately, rules tell us nothing about ourselves. They tell us nothing about what we need or truly want. Questions are better.
Permission to do nothing: Embracing the “unfixable”
What do you do when it feels like life and your body are cheating on your if-then rules? When it feels like life and your body are breaking their pinky-swear-promise that if you “do the right stuff” and be a good girl or boy, then they will deliver all your rewards?
“You cannot change in the presence of shame”: My interview with Nardia Norman
Nardia Norman’s WOW Collective Podcast focuses on women of wellness, wealth, wonder, wisdom and weirdness. I had the pleasure of being interviewed by her for a solid, juicy hour of conversation about life, coaching, aging, and a whole host of other good stuff.
Your Dreams Are Probably Stupid And Nobody Cares (That’s a Good Thing)
Learn to distinguish child-brain from adult-brain. Get clear about what you’re doing, why you’re doing it, and where reality will impose natural and necessary limitations on you.
The Fat Loss Prescription with Dr. Spencer Nadolsky
Dr. Spencer Nadolsky is a well known health and fitness presence online as well as a medical doctor who specializes in treating chronic diseases with nutrition and exercise where possible. He focuses on compassionate and client-centered care — using the best practices of change psychology to help guide, rather than push, his patients towards leading better and healthier lives.
You’re the boss vs. you’re a sucker
In the chess game of life, performance and health, are you a pawn or a queen? Research suggests that you’re both.