04.16.19

First Your Scale, Now BMI…What Number Can You Trust?

Last week I talked about why the number your scale gives you isn’t providing a full picture of your health. This week I’m going to tackle head-on another number that can often times […]
04.10.19

What a Scale Can’t Measure, and Why That Matters Most

Raise your hand if this has happened to you. You have a great week or two of workouts, you’ve eaten healthily (for the most part), and you’ve finally been getting some good sleep. […]
04.09.19

Why Spring Brings Me Hope for a Healthier World

This spring, more than ever before, I feel hopeful about the future. My own future, but more importantly the future of the world. A big part of that has to do with the […]
04.08.19

What You Need To Know About Severe Allergies, Part 2

I was truly surprised by the overwhelming response I received about my first food allergies post. Thank you so much for the support, and to those of you that emailed and who are […]
04.03.19

Learn the 5-Minute Flow, Change Your Life

Humans are designed to move. Sadly, as we’ve evolved, a sedentary lifestyle has become far too normal. Don’t get me wrong, technology and innovation is great. We all know we aren’t in the […]
03.27.19

5 Reasons To Make It a Fit Spring

When it comes to exercise, many of us are creatures of habit. We get stuck in what we like and what, honestly, feels comfortable. If this is you, don’t worry. It’s normal. We […]
03.25.19

We Can Do Better, Part 2: What’s Happening Now

Since my We Can Do Better (WCDB) post came out last month, three things have happened:   Last week, goop came out with a feature  about Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and how we don’t have […]
03.20.19

“It made me feel like a bad mom.” Real Life Advice for New Parents and Parents-To-Be

It’s been five years…I became a mom five years ago. I remember the day vividly. At the time, I was working as a healthcare consultant for The Advisory Board in D.C., and was […]
03.19.19

Forming New Habits: “Be stronger than your excuses.”

Congratulations! You made it through what seemed like the longest winter in recorded in history. We’re in to the third week of March and it looks like spring may be trying to take […]
03.13.19

8 Ways To Tell If the Alexandria Concierge Wellness Program Is Right for You

We all want to be well and fit, and each of us has our own definition of what that means. For some, it evokes images of exercising abilities in the past. For others, […]
03.13.19

My Kitchen Intervention

Moving into a new house is the perfect opportunity to start new and fresh. We tend to think about new furniture, new decor, maybe new linens. Something we don’t always think about is […]
03.12.19

Lost, Then Found: Logan’s Fitness Journey

Is it cool to call someone a teacher’s pet? Or, is it cool to be the teacher’s pet? Is that outdated? Either way, that’s Logan. Why is she one of my favorites? Because […]
03.07.19

What It’s Really Like To Live With Severe Food Allergies

When Madelyn suggested I consider writing a post about my food allergies, I was first hesitant to think that anyone would care to read about something that is so personal to me. But […]
03.06.19

On Wellness: The Importance of a Growth vs Fixed Mindset

Since I launched Alexandria Wellness Concierge Wellness Program a few weeks ago, I’ve had so many inspiring meetings. In these meetings, I didn’t intend to start explaining mindset among all of the other […]
02.26.19

Which Is Better: Heavier Weight, Fewer Reps or More Reps, Lighter Weight?

If you’ve spent any time at all around a gym you’ve probably heard that if you want to tone your physique you should do more reps with low weight, and if you want […]


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