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Pizza vs. Cereal Showdown February 7, 2018 Pizza vs. Cereal Showdown

Well, here I am again in another weird yoga position. Foot behind the head, why you ask? Foot behind the head, why not I reply! Here's the thing - we all have different things that challenge us. Different goals, aspirations, struggles, dreams, etc. But at the end of the day - we are all the same. We are all just trying to get by in a crazy world. And the important thing is that we never give up on ourselves; we keep moving forward, the best way we can. And one day, maybe our goals all seem just a little more attainable!

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Should You Buy Collagen Supplements? January 31, 2018 Should You Buy Collagen Supplements?

Have to admit during the cold winter months I sometimes love doing nothing more than being a hermit. Staying home ALL day in sweat pants and binge watching TV can seem like heaven. So why then do I feel guilty?  Why do I feel that I always have to be productive first before I am unproductive? Anyone relate? Well, just so you know, I am working on this. Giving myself permission to do nothing!

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Coffee flour, what’s next? January 25, 2018 Coffee flour, what's next?

"Don't dance around the perimeter of the person you want to be." ~ Gabrielle Bernstein Found this quote the other day while trying to be inspirational on Instagram. (Was I, who knows?) It struck a chord with me. So many of the patients who come to see me for individual counseling have all these goals: health, weight, career, etc. And yet, so many times, many of them don't quite get exactly where they want to be. Why is that; what actually gets in their way? Fear of failure? Fear of change?

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Another Celebrity Fail January 17, 2018 Another Celebrity Fail

Here's a little food for thought. Today in yoga class my teacher said something I have heard before but not sure when. Irregardless I thought it bears repeating. "I am." Typically with the phrase "I am" there is a word afterwards, for example: "I am single, I am married, I am a lawyer, I am poor, I am _____". I've even heard from patients, "I am fat!" 🙁 Why must we define ourselves? Why can't being us, be enough? No adjective, no noun, nothing descriptive, just simply us. Hmmm?

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Hello 2018 January 10, 2018 Hello 2018

HELLO 2018! This is the first Keri Report of the New Year! I hope everyone is off to a great start and if you made any resolutions you are still sticking with them. I know its only been 9 days, but hey, thought I should check! On New Years Day I took a yoga class to start the year off feeling great. At the end of class my teacher read us a quote by Emma Watson, "If not you, who? If not now, when?" Honestly, I can't get this out of my head - it really resonated with me! SO, thought I'd share 🙂

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Goodbye 2017 December 26, 2017 Goodbye 2017

As 2017 comes to a close I really can't get over how quickly it flew by. My father always said that the older you get, the quicker time goes. I think he was right - but then again, I think he was right about most things! There will be things from 2017 I wish to leave behind, but I guess that comes with the territory of what we call life. But more importantly, I always look forward to a new year and all the opportunities that come with it. I would like to think of it as an empty canvas waiting to be filled with beauty and wonder

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What To DO When “Dieting” December 13, 2017 What To DO When "Dieting"

Last week I went to visit my mom in Florida. Hence, no Keri Report - perhaps you noticed, or not. Anyhoo, whenever I travel I try to adhere to as much as my usual routine as I can. Went to yoga twice, yeah! And with mom! I also ate most of my usual foods. Hey, I wasn't in a foreign country or on a desert island, so I really didn't have any good excuses not to. Yes, I ordered a bloody Mary with lunch (not my typical go to beverage midweek in NYC) but I also found a yummy salad to partake in.

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An Insider’s Scoop November 28, 2017 An Insider's Scoop

One down, two more to go! With Thanksgiving under our belts it now just leaves Xmas and New Years. Oh yes, and Hanukkah! All I know though is that this week so many of my patients will be questioning their most recent eating decisions. Too much stuffing? Perhaps. One too many slices of pie? Probably. But at this exact moment - who cares? If I have said it once, I will say it probably a million more times: "Today is a NEW day!".

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Let The Holidays Begin November 21, 2017 Let The Holidays Begin

In two days the holiday season will begin. Every year I swear I say the same thing: "How did this happen so quickly?" Wasn't I just complaining that summer was officially over? Is is just me or are all stores now decorating with Christmas things immediately after Halloween - a little early, no? In any event I guess I feel a little obligated to give my usual holiday spiel.

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Non-Traditional Ways To Meditate November 8, 2017 Non-Traditional Ways To Meditate

On Sunday I watched the NYC Marathon from the street. I cheered, I applauded and I was inspired among complete strangers. There is something about this event, especially when I watch the wheelchair division, that makes me feel anything is possible. It might be hard to explain, but as I see every runner race by I think about their commitment to get to this moment no matter what their story may be, and I feel grateful.

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