Monthly Archives: September 2014

Fighting my fall eating habits

I have a hard time when this time of year creeps around. I drink all of the pumpkin spiced lattes. I eat all of the apple butter, apple pie, pumpkin bread and sugary treats. I stop exercising because it gets … Continue reading

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Keep up your fitness routine even as the weather changes

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. The cooler weather, football, the changing leaves, school, and the cool, crisp smell of the fall season that hits my nose when I step outside to go for a run. I love … Continue reading

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CSA Autumn: Shrimp and grits with corn

Convinced this would be our last week of getting sweet corn in our autumn CSA program, I had thought to write a swan song for the conclusion of sweet corn season. Turns out, we’ll be getting corn throughout October as … Continue reading

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5 Things To Do Besides Emotionally Eat

Previously shared on Lindsay Weighs In. If you’re like me, you may have struggled (or are still struggling!) with emotional eating. It seems to fix the problem, at least for a bit. EXCEPT, food only makes you feel better for … Continue reading

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Running 5 miles was a milestone that felt good

It felt good to hit a running milestone — a 5-mile run.

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Healthy cooking: Crispy chickpea patties with yogurt dill sauce

Please enable Javascript to watch this video I have complained about meat prices on more than one occasion. Can I just tell you that chicken breasts were $4 a pound this week? Are you kidding me? I refuse to pay … Continue reading

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Change the way your kids eat at snack time

By Julie Stefanski, WellSpan Dietitian Unfortunately, kids today are not eating enough fruits, vegetables, or high calcium foods and are getting more treat foods than necessary.  It’s up to us as caregivers to make the smart choice at the grocery … Continue reading

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Helping girls cope with the stress of perfectionism

Kathleen Hassan, a national expert and author on self-esteem and empowerment, will discuss “Under Pressure: Helping Teen Girls Cope with the Stress of Perfectionism,” 6:30 to 8 p.m., Monday, Oct. 13, in the Wilman Business Center at York College. In today’s … Continue reading

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The wonderful miracle of coconut oil

My mother-in-law bought coconut oil for the first time last winter, and I guess that’s when it first gained popularity. My sister-in-law was using it to remove her make up and moisturize her skin (yes, her arms and legs and … Continue reading

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Be Bright!

The weather is finally cooling off, which is really awesome. I love being able to breathe,  and not feel like I’m going to melt if I run after sunrise. Speaking of sunrise…it’s happening later these days. Meaning early morning runners … Continue reading

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