Posts tagged wellness
Utah State University Lecture Recap

Last week, I gave a lecture at Utah State University for mental health week and it was one of my favorite presentations so far. The students were extremely kind, engaging, and welcoming. I was thrilled to have men join us for this important conversation and to hear their feedback as well. Check out the recap here!

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My Day 1 of 90: Labor of Love Health Challenge

Today is day 1 of a 90 day health commitment and I am feeling scared. One thing I have learned about my feelings is that they aren’t always accurate. It is okay to feel them, but it is also okay to analyze them. Why am I scared to make this commitment? Well, I worry I won’t complete it, I will let myself down, and I will fail. At this time my conscious mind kicks in and ask: How can I fail if I am working to better my health and my life? I can’t!

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Cauliflower & Quinoa Taco Soup on a Budget

A lot of people believe that eating healthy is more expensive. It can be, but with effort, you can make organic healthy recipes like this cauliflower and quinoa taco soup for an affordable price.! The total price for all the ingredients in this recipe was $30. After splitting this huge pot of organic soup into 12 servings, the total price per bowl was $2.50!

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Why The BMI is Total BS and How You Can Change Your Relationship with the Scale

Did you know the BMI is BS? Yes, it is. The BMI is not an accurate calculation for total body health because it can't tell the difference between fat, muscle, bone, and water percentages. I work with so many women who are focused on what they weigh without understanding the different components that create that number.  It is the new year and lots of you are dedicated to improving your health, so let's talk about weight! This is a trigger for many people and I totally get it! If that is you, skip this post. If you are interested in altering your relationship with your body and the scale, I think you will find this post interesting!

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The Changing Faces of Wellness Panel at Wellspring

How can the wellness industry evolve to be more authentic and accessible for all people? That is precisely what Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts, Dan Nevins, Michael James Wong, and I speak candidly about in this panel discussion, lead by Kerri Kelly, at the Wanderlust Wellspring Festival in Palm Springs. Watch the full panel video here and join the conversation!

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Girl Gang Hang at Mayweather Boxing Hollywood

We had a blast at our HNS Girl Gang Hang at Mayweather Boxing Gym in Hollywood last weekend. We love trying new ways to workout and this class was so fun! We were burning 700-800 calories in one hour! That is how much ass we kicked! Take a look at our video recap and photos here!

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21-Day Challenge (Cycle 3) & Veggie Challenge Recap

Take a look at some of the amazing people in the HNS community who are getting healthy with the 21-Day Challenge! We had over 1,500 people join us for cycle 3 of our Workout Challenge and hundreds try our first ever Veggie Challenge! Get inspired by these women and join us for Cycle 4 of 21-Day Challenge!

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5 Tips to Get Active, Get healthy, and Improve Your Postpartum Body Image!

There are so many different aspects of postpartum body image and health that we don’t talk about. I did some thinking to understand why we feel shame and judgment for a body that just created life and give you five tips to get active, get healthy, and improve your postpartum body image.

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