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Kristy gets a great workout in TWELVE MINUTES, shows you how she did it, and gives you the opportunity to download a potentially life-and-body-changing interview… for free.

Continue Reading March 19, 2009 at 8:24 am 2 comments

What does it mean to be a woman who “wants it ALL?”

In their daily lives, most modern women accomplish a list of tasks so complex and varied, it would leave the pentagon shaking it’s head in amazement. For many, they consider the day a success when most of the items are crossed off the to-do list, and there were no major crises. But is that enough for YOU?

Continue Reading March 18, 2009 at 7:49 am 4 comments

Techniques for Maintaining Focus and Staying On Task

There are always going to be some days where, no matter how important the job (or sometimes because of how important the job is!), you are just having a hard time getting focused and staying on task. Maybe you can’t get started at all, you’ve gotten started but keep getting distracted, you’re overwhelmed by the size of your to-do list, or you have several items of seemingly equal priority and aren’t sure where to start. Here are some great ways to get (and keep) you moving:

Continue Reading December 15, 2008 at 4:29 pm 4 comments

Meal Planning: Save Time, Save Money, Save Your Diet

Planning your meals in advance is a priceless tactic for making a quantum leap forward in saving time, money, and energy, all while improving your health!

Continue Reading December 1, 2008 at 9:04 pm 3 comments

Preparing for Winter Workouts – Mentally

As winter draws on inevitably, I am trying to plan ahead for the days when I’m more interested in burrowing under the covers than maintaining my fitness levels. My only chance at being more successful this year than last is to be fully prepared for the tougher days ahead!

Continue Reading October 21, 2008 at 10:06 pm 2 comments

A Power Process for Clearing Clutter

Workspaces are second only to kitchens in their magnetic pull to frightening levels of clutter. They are a vicious sucking vortex for important papers, projects, memorabilia, and generally anything else you’d prefer NOT to lose, but ultimately somehow end up feeding the morass… If you have a workspace or other small area currently draining the energy from your home (as clutter notoriously does), here is a process to POWER your way to organization.

Continue Reading October 21, 2008 at 9:06 am 6 comments

How To Be An Average Goddess

This is it! Average Goddess, meet THE WORLD!! Come get your FREE ebook, FREE newsletter, and join an alliance of motivated and goal-oriented women who are NOT afraid of their own strength and success! I want to provide you with every tool you need to take that journey, and to become that woman… to find the goddess that lives in every single one of us. It’s ready – are you?

Continue Reading September 22, 2008 at 12:28 pm 4 comments

How to Lose Weight: Use Your Brain

Losing weight (or getting in shape) requires more than willpower – it requires motivation, belief, and creativity… lots and lot of creativity. Boredom and deprivation are two of the top three killers of most people’s good health intentions. The third is something fitness gurus don’t talk about much, but is perhaps the most insidious, in that it is totally unavoidable…

Continue Reading September 15, 2008 at 12:00 pm 5 comments

Two ways to make YOUR 24 hours longer than everyone else’s:

Time. No one ever seems to have enough of it. Where does it go? When we get up in the morning, we all have the exact same 24 hours ahead of us, so why is it that some people can accomplish monumental feats of productivity, while others can just barely accomplish the day’s minimum survival requirements? It’s not luck, my beauties, it’s practice… and active management. Here are two tips you can put into immediate action:

Continue Reading August 23, 2008 at 12:27 pm 4 comments


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