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Blog / Fitness On December 30, 2018

New Year’s Resolutions- Making Them SMART & Sustainable

  Written by Guest Blogger: Jessica Harrison Ahhh, it is that time of year where gyms will be packed with people who want to look  like celebrities or the models they see in fitness magazines. The fitness industry will be loaded with people who have made the resolution to get on the health and fitness train. As the weeks of…

Blog / Fitness / Nutrition On November 24, 2018

How to Beat the Ho-Ho-Holigains!

The average person gains 5-7 pounds between Thanksgiving 🦃and New Year’s. 🎉don’t let this be you! ) What causes this weight gain? A combination of: -believing they’re too busy to exercise -eating too many “once a year treats” -skipping meals and overeating later -not making their health a priority -overindulging with alcohol -eating way more high calorie foods than usual Unfortunately, the…

Uncategorized On October 3, 2017

5-K Zombie Run! Sunday, October 15th!

to benefit  Reclaim Retreats for Women! Zombies! Food! Music! Spooky Lights! Silent Auction!   Come join the Halloween fun and run for a great cause!  This 5-K Zombie Run benefits Reclaim Retreats for Women – 3-Day retreats for women who have experienced divorce, abuse, or have otherwise had their confidence zapped.  First retreat set for April, 2018! What is a…

Restaurant Reviews On March 1, 2017

Port Cape

 The oldest structure in Cape Girardeau, Port Cape Restaurant is a favorite of mine.  When I moved to Cape in the summer of 2014, I was enamoured by the town’s rich history. Port Cape (as if you didn’t already know this) was the temporary headquarters of Ulysses S Grant during the Civil War, and now houses a restaurant, bar, private…

Blog / Thinking Stuff On February 24, 2017

Guest Blog: My Prison

This is a guest blog from my dear friend Holly Brantley.  In honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, she has bravely and honestly penned this post, giving us all a profound glimpse into the world of anorexia.  Thank you, Holly. <3 “Outwardly, I was everything a well brought up girl should be. Inside, I was screaming.”      …

Nutrition On January 25, 2017

8 Little-Known Weight-Loss Hacks

Changing your habits requires focus, effort, and thought. BUT, as you know, much of our thought life is subconscious and many of the things we do are done out of response to our environment. For example, you’re out at lunchtime and hungry. You stop at the first fast food restaurant you see. Or, you hear somebody talking about German chocolate…

Thinking Stuff On January 11, 2017

5 Ways You Lie To Yourself

  Have you ever considered when it comes to reaching your fitness goals, your greatest obstacle may be your own mind? It’s true. Psychologists and scientists now broaden their research to explore the chemical reactions that link your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They are all connected, and can become a frustrating Bermuda Triangle of emotions and actions if you don’t…