Eating Well, Living Well

Monday April 7th, 2014.  Today I started the Whole30 food nutrition plan  I will share below what I am eating every day to assist you in knowing you can do this too!  I also want to give you ideas when you start the plan.   I know that the way we eat can change our […]

Food and Health Issue 5: What Can You Do To Get Started?

What can you do to get started?  Commit to your health, physically and mentally.  Make a verbal and or written commitment to eating better. Decide on a period of time 5-21 days where you will either eliminate sugar or wheat from your diet.  My sister used the strategy where she did not eat any white […]

Food and Health Issue 4: Eating and Health Go Hand in Hand

Read First Issue Here: Read Second Issue Here: Read Third Issue Here: This was a huge journey of loving myself. Wow life has changed, eating has changed and they go hand in hand.   Sometimes I fall off the wagon but each time I get back on the wagon and commit to my health, it […]

Food and Health Issue 3: Completing the Journey

Read First Issue Here: Read Second Issue Here: However, my journey was not complete there.  A couple years later, in my early 40s I started having terrible hormonal imbalance.  I had symptoms of memory issues, heart palpitations, night sweats and terrible mood issues (especially if I relapsed and ate wheat).  They were bad enough that […]

Food and Health Issue 2: The Change in Course

Read the first issue here: At this point three four things happened that changed the course of my life:  I decided that even though (due to working on my own and the high cost of health insurance) even though I did not have the insurance to pay for it, I would go to an infectious […]

Halloween and Family Traditions

Happy Halloween! Here is an excerpt from my Amazon best-seller, The 7 Fatal Mistakes Divorced and Separated Parents Make: Strategies for Raising Healthy Children of Divorce and Conflict (available at amazon here: or on my website here: Effective-Parenting Strategy #2: Develop New Traditions Children love traditions, big and small. Nineteen years after leaving my […]