It’s time for another Trigger HAPPY Thursday! I was at the gym the other day, and they had to close the showers in the women’s locker room for repair over the weekend. Unfortunately, as we probably could—and should—have expected, the repairs … Continue reading
TL;DR: Go listen to today’s podcast with Amy Clover from Strong Inside Out! There are many different people out there with different sets of tools to help you on your journey—psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, life coaches, health coaches, personal trainers, functional … Continue reading
It’s a Trigger Happy Thursday twofer! Watch the video or check out the transcript below–and then head over to PNPDaily.com to hear an interview I did with Alen Standish on the Progress, Not Perfection podcast! In 2010 I left my … Continue reading
TL;DR: Go listen to today’s podcast with Jimmy Moore! I have to admit I’ve been struggling with this blog lately. Part of me wants to be in the ancestral health space and talk about the amazing ways we can biohack our … Continue reading
This weekend, I had a few moments to go into the garage and start emptying out the boxes that my Dad and grandmother sent to me from Florida. Unpacking boxes is always a fraught proposition, because, if they’ve been sealed … Continue reading
TL;DR: Go listen to today’s podcast with Roger Dickerman! You don’t have to be an athlete. At least, not if you don’t want to be. Now, there is absolutely nothing wrong with being athletic. There is also absolutely nothing wrong … Continue reading
A few days ago, I completed my month of insanity classes and travel by spending three days in Berkeley at the Ancestral Health Symposium. This is the first AHS I have ever attended (although I have a very vivid memory … Continue reading
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#hugsarepaleo at Ancestral Health Symposium 2014!
TL;DR: Go listen to today’s podcast with Carrie Arnold! Which of the following disordered eating patterns sounds like you: My parents never really talked about their weight or mine. I never really dieted until I got to college. But then, … Continue reading
When I was in the 3rd grade, I was one of the playground ringleaders. We all spoke the language of “pretend,” and I was often the Rosetta Stone, translating between realities for me and my girlfriends: “Okay, pretend that … Continue reading