Fitbit

When I served as Editorial Director at Fitbit, I had the privilege of interviewing incredible experts and writing about health and fitness for a wide audience. Enjoy!

Get Moving

0614_MomGuilt_Blog_Hero6 Ways to Get Over Mom Guilt & Get a Workout In!
Find missing shoe, wipe snotty nose, drive to swim team practice, get dinner on the table—when it comes to doing things for others, moms are the best! But putting your loved ones first doesn’t have to mean putting yourself last. Read the article at Fitbit!

Eat Well

Feel Good

0630_SkipSleep-ins_Blog_HeroSkip Sleep-Ins and Snooze Buttons For Better Quality Sleep
What’s the number one reason to wake up at the same time every day? Better health! Experts agree sleep is crucial for your overall health and wellbeing, and research shows waking up has a big impact on the quality of your sleep. Read the article at Fitbit!

10.5-Binge-Eating-Blog5 Reasons You Might Be a Restless Sleeper
“It’s perfectly normal to have periods of restlessness—10 or even up to 30 could be normal for you,” says Michael Grandner, PhD, MTR, a Fitbit sleep advisor and director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. Still, when restlessness leads to full on wakefulness, it’s time to get to the bottom of what’s keeping you up. Read the article at Fitbit!

2016-04-07_CoffeeBuzz_Blog_730x485_v1JHLYour Age and Caffeine: The Surprising Relationship
If you’re like most adults, enjoying two cups of coffee or tea in the morning won’t have any impact on your bedtime. But there is a direct relationship between age and caffeine. So if you’re celebrating another milestone birthday or especially sensitive to caffeine, you might need to change up your A.M. ritual, and certainly avoid it later in the day. Read the article at Fitbit!