Author Archives: Chelsea Lay

You’re Never Too Old To Learn New Tricks

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This is one of my favorite blog posts to date.  Is it because someone else basically wrote the whole thing for me?  Probably.  Nothing like the sweet satisfaction of having someone else do your work for you.  In addition to that, it’s another person is telling you how awesome health is.  I am the ultimate […]

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Donuts and Health: Can You Have It All?

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  Recently, at a family function, my dad made homemade donuts- hot out of the fryer covered in powdered sugar.  They are basically one of my favorite things he makes ever.  For the obvious reason that fried dough covered in sugar is flipping delicious, and because it reminds me of being younger when my grandma […]

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Giddyup, Partner

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I spend a lot of time trying to figure out why people don’t prioritize their health.  Clearly, it gets me all jazzed up, so how to get the point across to those who are obviously letting their health slide, without going to extreme measures like tackling people on the street and screaming at them about […]

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Health Hacks for Lazy People

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Nowadays, we pile so many obligations on our plates.  We are fully connected at all times via cell phones, computers, and tablets.  Even kids today are playing multiple sports and involved in several clubs or activities at all times.  Our stress levels are out of control.  And while these are entirely first world problems and […]

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The DUH! Health Tip Most People Aren’t Doing

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  Let me start off with a warning that I am not divulging a super secret health tip that us health professionals are keeping vaulted away from the masses.  It’s not a complicated formula or new fad.  When I tell you, you will probably go, “Duh! Everyone knows that!” I know that you know. This […]

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How I Went From a Burger Pounding Booze Hound to a Happy, Healthy (Pseudo) Hippie

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Let’s travel back in time to the year 2006. SexyBack by Justin Timberlake was blowing our minds, and you could find me in a bar with my friends slamming double Jagerbombs and cheap beer. For all of those who weren’t in a large university at that time or had no interest in figuring out really […]

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