There are few things more discouraging (and stressful) than working really hard to make a change with your eating, your weight, or your fitness only to burn out, fall off-track, or be unable to stick with it. Participants in Where Thin Begins have spent the month paying attention to what does and doesn’t work for … Read More
One year, as Mother’s Day approached, my dear husband asked me how I would like to spend the day. What would I really love to do? My kids were very young, and I was living a life that was so busy with mothering (cooking, caring, breastfeeding, and a million-and-one errands), being a partner, maintaining a … Read More
When you aren’t achieving what you want to, whether because you can’t seem to get started, or because, in spite of your best efforts, the results just aren’t showing up, it’s discouraging. Lots of people set out to lose weight or get more active at the start of the year. Many women want less stress … Read More
It can be easy to have so many things going that we move through tasks, or projects, or goals, doing what seems like the essential thing and then quickly focusing on the next item on the to-do list. We “do” or we “start” and then we move on.
Shawn Shepheard (aka Sugar Free Shawn) is an internationally known speaker and tireless advocate for those living with diabetes. He’s also the only guy I know who has his own comic book! As Shawn says, the diabetic community doesn’t get enough information about emotional eating, so we sat down to have a conversation about it. … Read More