‘feeling good.’

5 Tips to Jumpstart a Feel-Good Summer

By Marsha Hudnall on 04/25/2014

Focus on Feeling Good Instead of Losing Weight Next week marks the beginning of May. After the long, hard winter we’ve just been through in the US, thoughts of the impending summer are more than welcome. But with summer also comes thoughts of shorts, bathing suits and, all too often, how to jump start weight loss so that by the […] Read more »


The Eight Irresistible Principles of Fun

By Marsha Hudnall on 01/11/2010

Now these are some healthy living New Year’s resolutions I can get behind.  Do yourself a favor and take 5 minutes out today to watch this video — it’s a great way to start the week.  Then go have a fabulous one! Thanks to Chris Brogan for bringing this to our attention. Ignore the ads at the bottom — I’m […] Read more »

Self-Esteem Vs Self-Acceptance

By Gina V. on 08/30/2005

I watch a lot of infomercials – always have. I find them far more entertaining than the regular programming. I particularly enjoy weight-loss focused infomercials, including the next greatest exercise, the next greatest diet, the next greatest supplement, the next greatest way of thinking to-lose-weight-mercials. You could call it an pre-occupational hazard J. For years (as they’ve been saying the […] Read more »

Do What You Can, Even if it’s Not Perfect

By Gina V. on 06/01/2005

“I think every writer would rather have people read books, committed as we are to the word. But I’d rather have them listen to it than not at all.” FRANK McCOURT, on the growing popularity of audio books.   One of the “trick questions” Green Mountain’s Fitness Director, LynnAnn Covell likes to ask participants is “What is the best exercise?” […] Read more »

A Tale of Two Kitties

By Gina V. on 05/16/2005

As interesting as they were to watch and anthropomorphically ponder, what I find noteworthy was that these two sisters – twins, if you will – managed to have completely incompatible eating styles, temperaments, and opposite body types! With genetics factored out, environment factored out, and the idea of considering food an “addiction” for a cat absurd, what could explain these differences? Continue reading

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