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Dealing with Weight Gain, Depression and Hypothyroidism

By Jill Carlson on 05/20/2014

I thought I was just lazy Jill Carlson is a Green Mountain alum who blogs about the differences intuitive eating and mindful movement have made in her life. I came home from Green Mountain last summer motivated and ready to continue my healthy lifestyle of intuitive eating, Pilates reformer classes, and getting eight hours of sleep. Then about 2 weeks […] Read more »

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Food and Money, Part II

By Jill Carlson on 08/23/2013

Last week in Food and Money, Part I, I started analyzing what we think the food and spending can do for us. Do we think binge eating can take us to a relaxing place (it does for about 15 minutes)? Does buying the cute bracelet at the boutique turn us into popular, sociable, desirable women? Who would I be without […] Read more »

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Food and Money, Part I

By Jill Carlson on 08/16/2013

A month ago I stood in the middle of my favorite clothing store completely buzzed. Not on alcohol. Not on food this time. Simply put, I was high on spending. With a change of weight comes a change in wardrobe. Trips to Ann Taylor Loft, Lucy, Gap and more. Perhaps I took it a step further, when my spree included […] Read more »

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Short, High-Intensity Workouts: Are They For You?

By Jill Carlson on 08/09/2013

Women who come to Green Mountain at Fox Run often ask how much exercise they should be doing. According to the New York Times article, The Rise of the Minimalist Workout, perhaps they should be changing their question to how little. According to the article, it is possible to gain fitness through very small amounts of strenuous exercise. According to the […] Read more »

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