Tag: obesity

Healthy Vending Needs to Rethink Healthy

It’s been way too long since I updated the blog –I know, I know. So much ‘life’ going on –that any downtime I have is not spent on the computer. I haven’t even taken a look at Pokemon Go if you can believe it. My more »

Obesity: In Black and White

So here’s a gut kicker that happened to me today. Regularly, I go to my general practitioner for a med check and I for the most part I request that they don’t check my weight.  As much as I talk about how the number on the scale isn’t more »

Obesity: What Can You Do

I’ve shared a few interesting links the past few days about health and nutrition in case you missed them… 20 Nutrition Facts That Should be Common Sense (But Aren’t) 12 Graphs That Show Why People Get Fat A few posts ago, I shared how the more »

Obesity at Disney: A Snapshot of Our World

It was 6 years ago, during my last trip to Disney,  I started to get my ass in gear and began taking care of myself. Having just gotten back a few days ago from my family’s latest trip there, it became clear to me how many people in the more »

Fourth of July: Family Roadtrip to Williamsburg

Scott planned a last minute family road trip to Williamsburg to celebrate the Fourth of July. Fireworks watching in Colonial Williamsburg – what could be more appropriate? The hurricane brought cooler temps which made it a perfect weekend for site seeing and spending time outdoors. more »

USA Soccer: Bringing Out Our National Spirit

Yesterday’s soccer game was so thrilling and even though the USA team lost to Belgium, I am still in awe of how awesome our players are. I had no idea how awesome soccer players are in general –great athletes and amazing to look at too. That’s more »

Time Flies And You Are the Pilot

Thanksgiving has come and gone — I still can’t believe December is here. I love holidays but I also love getting back into the swing of life.  I’m excited about what’s happening in my life — new career opportunities and new paths to follow. I more »

Allowing Kids to be Sedentary is Asking for Trouble

Neurological Connections Created During Exercise As a CrossFit Kids Coach – I am always wanting to learn more about neuroscience related to exercise. It’s so influential in how a child learns and grows that not encouraging kids to exercise is just asking for trouble. Here’s more »

Childhood Obesity Awareness Month: The Hispanic Community

I want to start off by sharing with you what I saw on the news this AM: The Donut Burger! I honestly have no words. Do we really think that this what America needs? And for that extra marketing push – let’s aim it at football more »

Memories are Limited when we are Unhealthy

I don’t know if you can see this but if you enlarge it — notice how excited this person was at the great deals she was able to get using coupons! Then notice the crap food she bought — mostly processed food which almost every more »