BE YOURSELF

While growing up, that was a lesson my parents preached to me every day…Just be yourself! As Haitian immigrants when they came to the US, our family practiced and celebrated certain cultural events, spoke a different language, listened and danced to Haitian, Caribbean and Latin music at home and ate food/meals that were different from Read More…


TIME

Every morning when I wake up at 4:30/5 am, the first few thoughts focus on what I have planned for my day…school, work, grocery shopping, after school activities, homework, fitness, blogging, phone calls and responses to my patients…the list seems to go on and on. The last few months during the pandemic has made me Read More…


Fighting Obesity By Staying Active

The month of February was all about emphasizing the importance of heart health, preventing heart disease and maintaining good lifestyle factors. Physical activity for both kids and adults is very important and has many benefits – one of which is preventing obesity. Here is more information about this important topic along with some tips on Read More…


Wonder Woman

When I was a child, I watched Linda Carter on TV transform into Wonder Woman. I was mesmerized by her long, dark hair, her gold belt, lasso, and fabulous outfit.  As a young impressionable girl, I found an inspiring heroine who was strong and fierce and could save the world. The Everyday Wonder Woman I Read More…


Health and Wellness A Seminar

I just attended a great seminar at the Soho House in NYC hosted by female entrepreneurs. It focused on health and wellness as well as new rituals for the New Year. I  loved hearing about ways to focus on self-care and self-love in the New Year. Thank you to Sally Kim (Crushed Tonic founder), Jess Chia Read More…


HEALTHY TIPS FOR THE NEW YEAR

At the beginning of every year, men and women around the country begin their new year by solemnly making promises for a healthier lifestyle that ultimately lasts a few weeks before an obstacle is encountered that derails them from achieving their goal.  I have lost count at how many times this has happened to me!! Read More…