I caved under peer pressure. Most of the popular diets start with some kind of sugar cleanse. I don’t mean just the white granulated sweetness either – though white is a key characteristic to avoid. White bread. White flour. Rice (even brown rice – it could be white). » » Continue reading
The new year has been bursting with activity. Some resolutions actually evolving into habits and bigger and better ideas, others sitting on the back burner to wait for more opportune moments.
I’m still excited. My cup is half full (there’s lots of room to play and learn). » » Continue reading
All my resolutions point to happy, ecstatic, healthy living. In the end, that’s what I want, this year and for the rest of my life – a deep, happy, meaningful existence filled with great relationships, fabulous food, a healthy body, amazing sex, playful living, creative expression, financial freedom, and ecstatic experiences. » » Continue reading
This year, I brainstormed resolutions. A friend wanted to collaborate on getting focused, specific and empowered in the creation of her intentions for 2011. So, I sat down with her and my wife for a round robin of goal setting. Each of us would bring up something we wanted to work on, and together, we would form the language into a powerful, positive intention that motivated us to stay with it. » » Continue reading
This is less a confession and more a statement of policy.
It is the holidays after all.
Thus, all rules and guidelines that might be more acceptable in terms of health and weight loss have a much greater… fluidity … than other times of the year. » » Continue reading
A couple months ago, I knew that things had to change.
You see, over years of delicious feasting and no exercise countermeasures, I’ve put on a few pounds. Enough that my BMI (body mass index) rates me as obese – and that was years ago. » » Continue reading