Tired of



in creating

the LIFE you want?

There is a better way.

It's about getting

mentally, physically, and emotionally strong.

  • Are you tired of fighting off negative thoughts?

  • Are you feeling stuck in an area of your life and need some support?

  • Do you want to stop procrastinating and get moving on your goals?

You can take the first step right here.

You deserve it.

Don't wait to start feeling better.

What my clients are saying...




"My days have become much more optimistic and hopeful. Now I know I hold the power to recognize and change my thoughts, beliefs, and feelings. If I had known how valuable Jenifer's coaching was before I started... I would've started sooner!"



"I think about my overall health more comprehensively – nutrition, exercise, behavior, spiritual awareness, emotional components – they all come into play when making changes.

I feel stronger, less critical of myself, and more attuned and aware of food/nutrition in general – and a greater understanding of what motivates me and what sabotages me. I’ve learned that it’s possible to stay on course and how to intercept negative thoughts and work toward a more positive path."



"You helped me to streamline and prioritize the important aspects of my life. Before, I felt unhealthy and overwhelmed with " to-do" lists, drained and impatient with my family. After implementing the concrete solutions to focus on my own health and well-being, I'm back to feeling more balanced and motivated."


A is for Apple

Welcome to my A-Z article series dedicated to bite-sized health awareness.  The science is becoming ...


B is for Belly Breath

We tend to notice our breath when immersed in water, especially when under water. I recall times as a child...


C is for Caloric Density

One blueberry contains one calorie.  A Calorie is a unit of measure. It’s a measure of energy the body gets...


Thinking About Eating from The Happy Brain

Life is more peaceful and satisfying when you understand the brain we’ve inherited from earlier mammals. Your mammal brain controls the chemicals that make you feel good: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphin.