A little over a year and a half ago I began writing on a regular basis as an outlet for the new material I was learning in the nutrition world as I was taking classes to become a Nutritional Therapy Consultant (NTC). I have written on a variety of topics, trying to teach people about how their body works, good food choices and some lifestyle management pointers. On occasion, mostly during a holiday season, I have addressed deeper topics like, how our minds work, our purpose on the planet and our eternal destiny.
I am more than 25 years out from High School, yet I still have nightmares about it. Is that weird? It’s usually the same themes… caught wearing my pjs at the bus stop- again, can’t get my locker open, late to class, must give a presentation and I’m not prepared or I’m just stark naked and everyone is looking at me! Says a lot about my Type A personality, doesn’t it?
Unless you have been living in a remote Adirondack cave, cut off from society for decades, you know that we are in the midst of a technological age that effects the core of our culture. Some advances are exciting, and some are down-right scary!
We are in Part 3 of our Diet-Heart series. I am super excited for this week’s topic because it brings such hope. When you are at your doctor’s appointment and receive bad news it can feel very lonely, confusing and hopeless. This is why I love helping people move forward with nutrition, lifestyle and mindset changes that will improve their whole life! There are no gimmicks or expensive products. It is basic science, education and support.
Did you know that about 60-70% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions but only 8-10% keep them? Why is that?
The most popular resolutions usually revolve around weight loss, fitness, paying off debt and smoking cessation. I would consider it a noble accomplishment to make forward progress in any those areas. The positive ramifications would be wonderful and most likely lead to a better life. The tasks are absolutely possible so why do so many of us fail?