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For most of my career, I have been a die-hard marketer. Spanning the country from Richmond to New Jersey to Boston to Seattle to Boise, I worked for Fortune 500 companies and start-ups. After a long stint corporate America, I fell in love with entrepreneurial life and running my own business. Along the way, I...
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A fundamental (but maybe not obvious) way to improve your health and well-being is to learn how to cook. In fact, that’s why I wrote a book about it. After all, how can you possibly count calories or grams of fat if someone else is always making meals for you? Buying and preparing your own...
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A few weekends ago, I was skiing with friends in Sun Valley, Idaho. During the course of our glorious day on Bald Mountain, I met a family who had invented a fun and healthy way to get the day started. He told me, “We start off the day with 20 minutes of exercise. The kids...
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  I’m not big on New Year’s Resolutions – the very name implies they’ll be short-lived. I much prefer focusing on on good health and happiness, and developing longer-term habits to get there. That’s why I like to look at the prior year in retrospect, examine the lessons learned and try to carry forward life...
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Do holidays make you tense, anxious or even depressed? Do short days, gray weather and an obsession over gift-giving accentuate your already-over-the-top grumpiness? Start undressing your stress this Thanksgiving by trying a few of these simple steps. Then rinse and repeat a few more times during the upcoming weeks. Get up and run. Or do...
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This week, I was a guest on two radio shows and thought I’d provide the links. I appreciate the opportunity to share my thoughts on nutrition, fitness and health with both hosts. Thanks for having me! The first interview was with Johnny Tan, author of From My Mama’s Kitchen. He, like myself, believes that the...
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It’s no secret I’m a sports buff. Hence, I can’t miss the opportunity to join in the excitement of March Madness. The question is: Is the madness good or bad for your health? I’ll let you decide. Top 10 Reasons Why March Madness is Good for Your Health 1. It reduces stress in other aspects...
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Today marks the start of National Nutrition Month! What better time to start eating well so you feel good? Here are a few ideas to kick-start healthy habits and “get your plate in shape!” Eat to feel good. Not to be skinny. An hourglass figure or abs of steel is not the pinnacle of health...
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Though the parking lot at the gym is not bulging at the seams as it was in early January, your waistline appears to be compensating. Your kitchen is not getting the workout you’d hoped it would. And worse yet, the scales are tipping in the wrong direction as stir up more excuses to skip exercise...
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Is it time for you to renew your resolutions? In celebration of of the official launch of my second book, EAT IN NOT OUT: The Learn How to Cook Book Without the Recipes, I am hosting several contests! First of all, I’ll be giving away five FREE autographed copies of EAT IN NOT OUT, to help...
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