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Anyone ever assigned or sentenced to spending her or his work life in a 6’ x 8’ cube has probably experienced the challenges of unhealthy in such a transparent and publically open environment. Unlike their traditional closed office cousins, work cubes have no doors to restrict the flow of unwanted visitors, no windows to welcome… Continue reading »

Fall is in the air, kids are back in school and fall sports are in full swing.  Kids are catching pop flies on the baseball field, dribbling down the soccer field to score the winning goal, and running out to catch the perfect pass from the quarter back.   I love this time of year!  My… Continue reading »

In case you missed the webinar last Friday, the recording is now available! We had a great turn out with 160 people in attendance from across the US. Thank you all for attending and we hope to see you at the next webinar on November 20th: STRESS. To sign up for the next webinar, see… Continue reading »

The Move More lesson from this week left me with three distinct thoughts, which then combined to become my revised strategy for the week…and, I hope for the rest of my life.  And, it just so happens that they all end in “ate,” which seems appropriate for this program 🙂 They are: Concentrate Companionate Celebrate And,… Continue reading »

I have not many bought many bikes. I was recently faced with a couple of aging bikes at my parents house. They live in an area where biking is really easy with bike lanes and neighborhood streets. I decided to go to a nearby famous retail store to purchase new bikes. After making two fine… Continue reading »

If you have been following my Eat Smart, Move More, Weigh Less experience through my blogs and you read the argument between “Old Lynne” and “New Lynne” last week [See “When the Scale is Unkind, Give Up????”], I think you will be pleased to know that “New Lynne” took the reins for this past week.   Instead… Continue reading »

According to a new study by The Center for Science and Public Interest, healthy food options do not cost more than unhealthy food options. Fruits and vegetables are nutritious AND affordable. Most Americans do not eat the recommended amounts of fruit and vegetables and one reason for this is because of the belief that fruits and vegetables are more… Continue reading »

I am not sure if anyone else is a morning person, but if someone described me, they would definitely describe me as an “early bird.” Even though I try to sleep in on the weekends, and by sleeping in I mean 8:30am or so, I try to pack my day with memorable activities and if… Continue reading »

Dr. Carolyn Dunn, Professor and Nutrition Specialist from NC State University, presented on hidden sugars, health implications, and how to avoid consuming too much. Below is the recording of the webinar, just click the link below and type your first name AND email address under “Guest”, click “Join Session Now” and choose a format to view.… Continue reading »

I absolutely love the Eat Smart Move More Weigh Less program, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.  I truly believe that it has saved my life, and given me more quality time with my children.  In January this year, a doctor warned me that I had to lose weight.  The look on… Continue reading »