Do you have a bad relationship with the scale, weighing yourself too often or not at all? Here’s why it’s a helpful tool at best, and what else to consider.
Are you struggling with weight regain and you don’t know where (or how) to make necessary changes? Consider these mental and physical factors.
A health journal is an excellent way to plan, organize, reflect and express yourself. Consider these tips for a successful journal experience.
Acceptance-based therapy is flipping the switch on alternative weight-loss methods by bringing personal values and body appreciation into play.
Are you facing a setback on your journey with weight? Don’t let it keep you off the wagon. Use these tips to bounce back stronger than before.
Are you procrastinating on making a needed medical appointment because you’re nervous? Consider these tips to help you mentally prepare.
Could one or more of these six habits be holding you back from weight-loss success? Consider these unconventional “bad habits” that might need to go.
When it comes to weight-loss, are you running low on motivation and hitting a mental plateau? Consider these tips to get back your fighting spirit.
Does the thought of stepping foot in a gym to work out give you anxiety? Take a peek at these gym advantages and discover ways to face your fitness fears.
Spring has arrived, and it just might be time to do a little “spring cleaning” in a couple other areas of your life – like health. Check-out these pointers.
Your mental outlook can be the deciding factor in reaching your weight goals. Sharpen your outlook with these key mental strategies to gain better health.
You’ve sweat it out, managed your food intake and worked hard to drop weight. Now the scale won’t move! Here’s how to fight the frustrating weight plateau.
In a diet culture focused on sacrifice, restriction and black or white thinking, forgiveness can help you keep weight off long-term.
Do you struggle to make healthier decisions during a busy, stressful work week? These five tips can help you make health management a priority.