Author Archives: Chelsea Lay

R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Find Out What it Means to Your Body

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Hi. This is your body talking. You know, the one that gets you out of bed in the morning and enables you to get through your work day? The one that allows you to enjoy time with your family and friends, talk in weird baby talk voices to your pets, and the one that somehow […]

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How Big Food is F’ing With You

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You reach for the pack of Oreos in the pantry, deciding to give yourself one cookie as a treat after a hard day of dealing with pointless emails, annoying phone calls, and mind numbing meetings. You really do have the best intentions to stop after just one cookie, but once the last bit of creamy […]

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Don’t Push It

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For years, Salt n’ Peppa have been encouraging us to Push It (p-push it real good).  I wholeheartedly agree with this mantra when it comes to many of life’s endeavors, i.e. goal setting, workouts, dreaming big, high heel height, mixing colors and patterns, and the amount of kale you can gag down in your green […]

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Building Ikea Furniture and Health- Are They Related?

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Many of us have been there.  You just moved into a new place and your budget is tight, but you still want your new digs to look magazine ready.  If you are in the first camp of people, the idea of wandering around Ikea for 8 hours on a Saturday to pick out some new […]

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Make a New Year’s Resolution That Will Actually Stick

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Make A Health Resolution That Will Actually Stick Ah, the new year is here, and once the haze of the NYE hangover has passed, the air is filled with the hope and promise of our shiny New Year’s Resolutions. The gym is packed, and all of our co-workers are packing salads for the first week […]

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5 Ways to Leave Never Never Land and Stop Eating Like a Kid

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We all know the person who whose lip curls up at the sight of a vegetable. They are usually the ones that order one of three items on a menu at any restaurant- the burger, some form of macaroni and cheese, or chicken tenders. Their only acceptable piece of greenery is iceberg lettuce (liberally covered […]

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