“Truth is ever to be found in the simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things.” -Isaac Newton Are you confused by nutrition? What to eat, when to eat it, what’s good, what’s bad? Vegetarian, Clean Eating, Paleo, Intermittent Fasting, say what?! If so, then you aren’t alone by any means. The nutrition
Cardio…it’s a love/hate relationship, isn’t it? Professionally, my opinion is that cardio can be a great addition to a balanced exercise regimen, if it’s something that you thoroughly enjoy. It’s not by any means useless or ineffective, as some fitness professionals would have you think. In fact, I tire of the constant cardio debate, and
When I hear people tell me they don’t have time to workout, I really feel for them. Exercise has so many incredible benefits, including stress reduction–which is usually the culprit when it comes to skipping exercise. But when I ask them if they have just 10 minutes in the morning, the answer is always yes.
I really miss my NYC coffee shop. Prodigy Coffee in the West Village brews the smoothest Americano I have ever had the pleasure of consuming–and the temperature is always just right. Moving to Santa Monica I worried that I wouldn’t find a proper replacement. I mean, it’s LA, right? If you want cold-pressed green juice
Exercise is something I always make time for. Whether it’s an hour at the gym, a walk on the beach, a yoga class, or a short metabolic sesh in my garage–I make it a point to move every single day. I understand that as a mom and an entrepreneur, I won’t always have time for
I’m a sushi monster. Seriously, if I could have a spicy tuna roll every single night for dinner, I think it would be enough to make me eternally happy. Before I moved back west I had a sushi restaurant that I would never cheat on. It didn’t matter where I traveled, sushi was not on