See 50% Improvement in Health Goals with Journaling


If you fail to plan, you plan to fail, and the science proves it. People who plan ahead and visualize have far greater success than those who don’t. Olympic athletes do it, doctors do it, and even successful students do it.  It’s especially true for people on health programs, yet most do not do it. Studies have shown that people actively trying to lose weight are more successful when they … Continue reading “See 50% Improvement in Health Goals with Journaling”

5 Tips For Healthy Holiday Success


Warriors always have a strategy. If you leave your health to chance, especially during the holidays, you are setting yourself up to fail. Christmas is the most anticipated day of the year, but did you know that it is also the one day of the year that hospitals all over the country admit the most heart attack patients? Yep, Christmas Day! Try these six simple tips that we use to … Continue reading “5 Tips For Healthy Holiday Success”

Introducing a Brain-Healthy Thanksgiving Menu


With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, I want to share my recipes for our traditional holiday meal. My family and I refuse to feel deprived because we make the choice to eat healthy and feel energetic instead of overweight and foggy during the holidays. We want our focus to be where it should be: on gratitude and helping others. We feel blessed and we want you to join us too.  Enjoy the … Continue reading “Introducing a Brain-Healthy Thanksgiving Menu”

7 Steps to Mastering Your Brain


Every day, we are fighting a war for our health. We are constantly being bombarded by advertisements, tempted by danger, and surrounded by sheep. That is why we have to be Brain Warriors for the good of ourselves, and the ones we love: all of our lives depend on it. So, what exactly is a Brain Warrior? A Brain Warrior is someone who has M.A.S.T.E.R.Y over the health of their … Continue reading “7 Steps to Mastering Your Brain”

4 Ways to Ignite Your Focus and Energy Quickly


Why does it seem like there are never enough hours in the day? From day to night, work to family, personal goals, and endless to-do lists, we’re a nation of on-the-go people. We all want to be more productive, which requires more focus and more energy. If you feel your focus and energy slipping, you’ll want to read on. Below are four simple, scientifically proven strategies that will keep you … Continue reading “4 Ways to Ignite Your Focus and Energy Quickly”

4 Tips to Transform the Sugar Witch On Halloween


Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, this time of year is horrifying for those of us dedicated to being Brain Warriors. Everywhere you look there is candy lurking. And if you have normal kids, they’re begging you buy it. Suddenly you become the candy witch! I’ve been engaging in Halloween traditions to combat the candy witch image for years. In fact, I’m happy to report that my new Halloween status … Continue reading “4 Tips to Transform the Sugar Witch On Halloween”

Sleep. Every kid needs it. How do you ensure that your kids are getting the benefits of a good night’s rest?


We all know that getting a good night’s sleep is important , but poor sleep does more than just make kids tired the next day – it can affect their developing brains, trigger depression, attentional and learning problems, poor judgment and impulse control issues.  Sleep is also primetime for growth hormones to be most effective in kids. So, exactly what happens in the brain during sleep? Sleep helps the brain … Continue reading “Sleep. Every kid needs it. How do you ensure that your kids are getting the benefits of a good night’s rest?”

Seven Steps to End the Food Fight with Your Kids


One of the struggles of being a mom is making sure your kids eat right. We are what we eat, and food—especially brain food—is an important factor on what kind of a late-teen and adult they will be. I spend a lot of time every week answering questions from incredible women, and often they don’t come to me until they are at their wits end, pulling their hair out from … Continue reading “Seven Steps to End the Food Fight with Your Kids”