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Jen Sohl-Marion, RDN, LDN

Are you a list maker? For those of us that are, the resolution-making tradition of the new year can feed our drive to plan, list, organize, and sometimes unfortunately bury ourselves in more tasks. In the past, I’ve been guilty of creating such a long resolution list that I gave up on it by mid-January… Continue reading »

It took me nearly forty years to find the one thing that will prevent me from getting off track with my physical activity. For the last few years, I’ve been motivated to walk at least thirty minutes, most days of the week. Admittedly, my routine isn’t the most intense, but for me, consistency is key. In… Continue reading »

How to Live Mindfully: Lessons from My Dogs Does the phrase “be in the moment” seem a little too far out there? It is a little abstract, so I prefer to think of being in the moment as not overthinking things…or living dogfully. (Yep, you read that right.) If I’m too short on time for… Continue reading »