Movement and being active has been coming up a lot in discussion with clients lately. Maybe it’s the almost Summer-like weather we have been experiencing here in North Florida. Like bears coming out of hibernation, many of us crave movement as the Winter begins to subside. Although our bodies may crave it, often our minds…
Author: Anna Jones
Tortellini Caprese Salad
This fresh and easy Tortellini Caprese Salad got a teen’s stamp of approval and has made it on to a client’s regular meal rotation because it is one of her husband’s favorites. Super tasty and easy too. Hope it gets rave reviews at your house also!
Want to Approach Food Differently? Try Positive Nutrition
I was talking with a new client recently and she mentioned that she had seen a social media post where someone suggested approaching food and eating from a place of adding in versus taking away. She said this concept really sort of blew her mind. She, like so many of us, are used to thinking…
Thighs and Acceptance 2.0
This is a blog from my archives. I was reminded of it recently in the middle of a tennis match. One of the friends my partner and I were playing commented on both of our muscular thighs and asked, “do y’all do some serious squats or what?!” My response…mine are God given and are just…
Meal Planning 101 (with a month of ideas for dinner meals)
Need some help making a plan for dinner? I’ve got you covered! Here, tips on meal planning with ideas for an entire month of meals.
How to Find Peace and Joy with Food This Holiday Season
The holidays are here! This time of year means different things for each of us. Some people look forward to and revel in them, others not so much. One point of concern for many is managing the abundance of food this time of year. The following few tips can help. 1. Avoid the “Last Supper”…
6 Ways to Eat Mindfully This Thanksgiving
Want to find more peace and joy this Thanksgiving? Here, 6 tips on how to eat more mindfully to more fully enjoy the day.
One-Pan Roasted Veggies and Sausage (my family’s new favorite!)
I love a one pot or sheet pan recipe. While I enjoy cooking and trying out new recipes, I’ll admit the cleaning up part is not my favorite. I especially love a one pan dish recipe that literally just goes in the oven, gets a stir halfway through, and comes out done. This One-Pan Roasted…
Thriving Through Midlife and Menopause
An estimated 1 billion+ women will be experiencing menopause by the year 2025, 12% of the world’s population. While menopause is an inevitable part of aging, historically it has been a taboo topic tied to a lot of stigma and shame. Read on to learn about the stages of menopause, the common symptoms, the physical…
PCOS: What it Is (and isn’t) and How to Care for Yourself if You Have it
Tired of hearing “just lose weight” to treat your PCOS? Want to learn how to feel empowered to care for yourself and your symptoms with the condition. This is the post for you!
Feeding Kids Part 2: Division of Responsibility
If feeding your kids feels like a battle and a source of stress and worry, this blog is for you. Learn how to take meal times with kids from complete turmoil to tranquility.
Feeding Kids Part 1: How to Raise Competent Eaters
Todays’s blog is Part 1 of a 2 Part Series on peacefully feeding kids (and grandkids), and ourselves.