5-Minute Prenatal Fitness Workout

Friday, December 5, 2014


Holiday schedules tend to interfere with our workout shedules...and with longer-than-normal lists of to-do's, a workout is sometimes the LAST thing we want to do.  Luckily, I've put together a five minute workout to help you move just a little bit.  I guarantee you'll feel better after doing t

Super Saving at the Grocery Store

Friday, December 5, 2014 2 Comments


I can't believe it, but it's been a whole year since I began my mission to save money at the grocery store and still eat healthy while doing so!  In fact, people have been so interested in how I've done it that it's become one of my most popular workshops!  Who doesn't want to eat heal

How To Train Your Dancer

Wednesday, December 3, 2014


We are very lucky to work with younger athletes in our programs.  It really does make me feel lucky because the more chances I have to create proper movement patterns at a younger age, the better off these children are at a long term, active lifestyle.  That makes me very, very happy.

If yo

More Jingle, Less Jiggle Holiday Challenge

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 2 Comments


This online challenge is designed to help you manage the holidays better and have a little (ok, a lot) of fun while maintaining your health.  For just $1.00/day you can stay on track with:

Safe Exercise: Part 2

Wednesday, May 14, 2014


This is Part 2 of my blog regarding safety on the roads while exercising...because it’s finally that time of year!  When exercising outside it’s easy to think the pedestrian has the right of way in all cases and that you should be able to exercise freely without any regard for anyone else out th

Homemade Energy Bars *Only 5 Ingredients*

Monday, March 24, 2014 2 Comments


Having healthy snacks on hand is easier than you think with my no, bake energy bars! I saw this recipe on TheKitchn.com and had to try it out...but of course, add my own little twist to it. I love that there is really no mixing or baking to these quick snacks. And they taste delicious which is just a bonus. You

Siracha & Spinach Tuna Burgers with Fig-glazed Brussels Sprouts

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 1 Comments


As a self-proclaimed Foodie (I don’t mind that term) and someone who writes a Food & Drink blog for Stay Work Play in New Hampshire...I know good food. And I pride myself on teaching people kitchen techniques that I learned working with amazing chefs in the Boston area. Truth is, when you work with qual

World Cancer Day

Tuesday, February 4, 2014 1 Comments


Today is World Cancer Day and you may have noticed people’s Facebook and Twitter profiles turning purple. It’s to show their support in the fight against cancer. I have been wanting to write about “why I run” like I mentioned I would over a year ago, but it’s taken me a long time to

Throwback Thursday: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME

Thursday, November 14, 2013 2 Comments


Throwback Thursday: this is me circa 2003. Doing a squat on top of a stability ball. After graduating college I worked in the fitness center at Colby-Sawyer College and rented a house in New London with two other people. One of whom, was training for the U.S. Olympic Ski Team. His workouts were so crazy and I ca

Coming Full Circle

Thursday, July 25, 2013


I’ve had a million ideas of what to blog about next on here, but I get a new idea everyday and I just haven’t been able to narrow it down.  Finally, I realized I need to be clear about something.  I love food.  And I know good food.  I write another blog about New Hampshire food a