These are a few of our favorite things…cozy up to your computer and spend some time exploring these resources that can support your journey to ever-increasing wellness.
I discovered Clean Eating magazine when my husband got me a subscription as a gift – what a great publication! The recipes are outstanding and REALLY simple. It’s a visual delight, too.
This is a magazine after my own heart. Their tagline is “Where Good Taste Meets Good Health” and their online recipe archive has quickly become one of my most trusted sources for healthy versions of truly exceptional food.
I sometimes describe my fitness goal as wanting “to look and feel like I could be on the cover of Health magazine.” What is it about their cover models?! They exude vibrancy and energy and…well…health! The healthy eating section online is chock-full of simple and delicious recipes and is often a source of inspiration for a midweek dinner in our house.
I love what Whole Foods is doing with nutrition education and support for healthy eating! You can locate the site for your local store through this main site. Local store sites include calendars of events and information about educational opportunities within the store.
The school I attended for my health coaching training is a wealth of resources in the world of nutrition. This link offers a handful of recipes but Joshua Rosenthal’s book “Integrative Nutrition” is a great read for even more info.
This online marketplace is foodie heaven. Small, artisan foodmakers sell their creations in a sort of online farmers market meets food fair. Look no further for the perfect gift for a foodie friend.
This charity (formerly America’s Second Harvest) is the nation’s leading, domestic, hunger-relief charity, providing food to more than 37 million hungry Americans a year through its network of 200+ food banks. As someone who loves and appreciates food, it breaks my heart that there are so many people who go without food every day. For every $1 you donate, Feeding America helps provide 7 meals to men, women and children facing hunger in our country.
I was a founding board member of this AMAZING organization headed up by my dear friend Erin Hamilton. Part of the larger Girls on the Run International community, its motto is “educating and preparing girls for a lifetime of respect and healthy living.” Girls follow a 12 week curriculum during which they learn about a host of healthy living topics AND train to run or walk a 5K race. If you’re in Cincinnati, consider running their end of season race in the spring (May) or Fall (November)…it’s an experience you won’t soon forget!
This Cincinnati based Personal Assistant service will save you TIME doing the things you just don’t have time to do! Their services include grocery shopping, gift buying, dropping off drycleaning, and other errands that slow you down. What is your time worth?