You’ve probably heard of the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, the premise of the book being that the less stuff you have, the happier you’ll be. I like that notion. To me, less stuff means less distractions. It
Back when I was running for exercise (that caveat is necessary because all the running I do these days is to catch the bus or train, LOLOLOLOL!), I was obsessed with “Ooooh, what’s the latest gadget?!” I coveted those fancy
Yesterday in my Facebook group, The Health-usiastic Life (or THL for short!), I did a FB live session talking all about exercises you can easily do while traveling. A group member asked about travel-friendly workouts because she will be overseas
So, it’s the day after a big holiday (in today’s cause, that’s the 4th of July), and you’re feeling guilty about all the “nutritional debauchery” you engaged in yesterday. You feel bloated. You feel like you gained 5 lbs overnight.
I’m a big fan of debunking fitness and nutrition myths. In fact, I have a whole day dedicated to it in my group, The Health-usiastic Life with Hilary, because I think it’s that important. There is so much conflicting information
When I was in high school, I was a vegetarian for a few months. I wish I could tell you it was because I was moved after watching a documentary about what goes on in slaughterhouses, but unfortunately, that’s not
The other day, I had a vile commute to work. I should have known better: I’d timed everything down to the minute, and Murphy’s Law was going to intervene to show me! For those who live in NYC, the capricious
The post was inspired by a recent FB live event I hosted for my community, The Health-usiastic Life with Hilary, in which I talked about my experience as a recovering “grazer” and how to eat with more intention. I talked about how grazing