I’m proud of myself

There’s few issues that I have spoken about to the press that bring me as much personal pride as this one. I often feel like I’m standing alone in the “fitness” industry. And part of standing alone means speaking out about the lies we collectively tell consumers in...
Things I learned for you: the Bailey Yeats edition….

Things I learned for you: the Bailey Yeats edition….

This weekend, I attended, and presented at, a full-day weekend women’s empowerment workshop. So here’s what I learned for you, the Bailey Yeats edition…. 1. Write out your goals. 100 of them. ONE HUNDRED 2. Stick an action item beside one goal 3. If you don’t...
Teachers are human too

Teachers are human too

Confession: I just attended my first pilates class in (ahem) four (?) years. I remembered all the things I love about pilates. And discovered that I am weak in my upper body. It makes people uncomfortable that I don’t “work out”. My body had some “stuff” I needed to...
Ditch your inbox issues

Ditch your inbox issues

I wrote about time management a few days ago. Finding time to do things we personally prioritize is essential for physical and emotional health. I’ve been on a personal crusade to reduce my screen time, with some mixed success. But, bottom line: I want to substitute...