I am not a doctor, dietitian, or bikini model. What I am is a fortysomething mother who is doing her very best to raise her daughter with a healthy attitude towards food and fitness. I’ve been working to help people change unhealthy behaviors for over 20 years. I’m certified in holistic health and I’m an ACE Certified Health Coach and Personal Trainer.
I live in Tampa Florida and work online as a health coach for a growing company. This blog is my place to share my successes and failures, recipes, and the dorky fun that is me and my life.
To many women the word “balance” has become practically a four letter word. To me, it means surviving the tightrope walk between self, family, and career. If you’re still got some semblance of all at the end of the day, you must’ve succeeded! To that end I do my best to be as fit and healthy as I can, without letting it become an obsession. I’m not perfect and I don’t expect anyone else to be. We are good enough!
A Note About The Title: When I was a girlie my Dad would try to get me to eat less-than-favorite foods by saying “They’re good ‘n good for ya”. Sorry Dad, I’ll always love you but I’ll never love boiled brussels sprouts!