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Helane’s Blog- Lifestyle Change-Week #1

Must Have Breakfast I woke up this morning thinking, OK….breakfast…MUST have protein.  So off to the kitchen I went and made myself a simple gluten free tortilla (no I’m not gluten free but these tortillas are yummy!) with a scrambled egg.  From the Coach: Step #1 in acquiring a new

Helane’s First Step Towards a Healthy Lifestyle

Hmmm…I know everything about nutrition and exercise and what needs to be done to maintain a healthy lifestyle….well maybe not everything.  I’ve battled weight issues my whole life, had Thyroid cancer, and had the great pleasure of being an Educator for Whole Foods Market, where I learned about “fueling your

Dana’s Blog: Progress at Two Months

After two months, I wanted to post an update on my progress working with Lorie, my wellness coach. At first while working with Lorie, I watched the scales, disappointed at a lack of initial results with my weight. I wasn't paying close attention to what lifestyle changes were doing, but

Dana’s Blog: Slowly Making Lifestyle Changes

Sleeping Habits An honest appraisal of my habits revealed my trend of going to bed around 1:00 or 2:00 am, which after talking with Ms. Eber, I knew I had to change. A change in lifestyle I wanted to make was to go to bed early enough that I could

Dana’s Blog: Why I Need a Wellness Coach

I am an active male in my mid-to-late 60s with health and weight problems, working at a sedentary job with sometimes irregular work hours. My Formerly Healthy Lifestyle Until ten years ago, I did not have to worry about weight, as my intensive running regimen, coupled with regular bouts of

Amy’s Blog–Healthy Habits and Stress

From the Coach: Amy has had some nasty curveballs thrown at her recently. She is struggling to manage her stress level and to maintain healthy habits. She chose a healthy response instead of feeling sorry for herself or getting angry.  It's all about attitude. My session with Coach Lorie today

Healthy Lifestyle Changes Begin in the Brain

From the Coach: These are Sue’s reflections on how wellness coaching has changed her lifestyle habits. She was able to resist the temptation to “diet” the weight away quickly. Only slow, gradual changes result in sustainable lifestyle changes. The real purpose of wellness coaching is to get into new habits.

Results of Sue’s Three-Month Wellness Journey

From the Coach: Sue just completed the three-month Wellness Makeover Program. When I first started with Lorie Eber I was like so many women who, in the name of career and family, have neglected their physical health. I had let far too many pounds creep up on me, and these

Tricia’s Final Wellness Blog

My final blog in which I realize:  Wow, what a journey…and feel a little sad when I say good-bye to the Coach. From the Coach: It's sad for me too when I have to say goodbye to a client. I hope that I have helped create some lifelong habits. That