As some of you know, I was interviewed by Anne-Sophie for her podcast recently. I was a little nervous as I had never done one before but it was amazing and so much fun. I love trying to new things and reaching out of my comfort zone. We had such a fun discussion - the conversation is 45 minutes long. Thanks Anne-Sophie for the opportunity! Click the image to hear the interview. I'd love to hear your feedback on it.Read More
Someone asked me "Who are your role models?", and to be honest, I had a hard time answering it. I couldn’t think of very many females of my generation (i.e., in their twenties) who I wanted to aspire to be like. The person who asked me the question was looking for examples of famous people.
I have had encounters with some famous people who I looked up to when I was a child, but when I met them in person years later, they were unfriendly and standoffish. I lost respect for them as the image they portray in the media is disconnected from the real version of themselves. There are many people that are the same onscreen as they are in person; those I respect and model after.Read More
Dr. Susan Biali, MD, is an award-winning medical doctor, wellness expert, life and health coach, author, and flamenco dancer. Based on over twenty years spent studying principles of health, happiness, and success, Dr. Biali offers hope, inspiration, and tools for life to people worldwide. She speaks internationally, personally coaches a wide range of clients from stay-at-home moms to military leaders, blogs for Psychology Today and is frequently featured in media such as the Ricki Lake Show, The Chicago Tribune, Cosmopolitan, Martha Stewart Living, and The Washington Post. She is the author of the bestselling book, Live a Life You Love: 7 Steps to a Healthier, Happier, More Passionate You. You can find out more on her website: www.susanbiali.comRead More
Does convenience come with a price? These days you really don't have to do much exercise if you don't want to. You can have almost anything delivered to your house (i.e. food and supplies). Also, if you commute to a desk job or are a student there is a lot of sitting involved there too. Think about it, many individuals get up and take either the bus or drive to school/work, they then sit in lecture or at a computer doing their work. Then they come home. The setup isn't designed to include much physical activity. There is so much sitting that researchers have labelled in the "Sitting Disease".Read More
Since I'm doing work in bullying and reducing victimization, I thought it was appropriate that I put an article about this issue, emotional/psychological abuse.
I have heard of many emotionally abusive situations and some people are in relationships where this is occurring right now. Women do this too but this article is to help other women stand up for themselves if they are in an abusive relationship. Emotional abuse is hard to quantify but it can be extremely hurtful to the victim and hence why I'm bringing it up.Read More
When I look back over my lifetime it seems that whenever my girlfriends and I get together we talk about relationships. Some mention what they are looking for in the "perfect" guy, others are mentioning about how they aren't liking the relationship they are in.
One of my good friends mentioned how she made a list of generally what she's looking for in her perfect guy. Oh and when I say perfect, I mean perfect/best fit for her.Read More