Eat Well. Live Well. Love Well.

Having a loving relationship with the food you eat is paramount to a physically and mentally healthy life. Learn to love what you eat and be sure it loves you right back. Diets don’t work and neither does self-denigration, or obsessive compulsive eating behaviors. Diets are short term. Attitude is life-long.

It is not just what you eat but how, when and why that are important to your health and happiness.

Participants will learn how variety, freedom of choice, and enjoyment are essential to a lifelong approach to food. Discover how to eat and be satisfied, cheerful and full. To feel good in your own skin, you need to write your own rules and make them flexible, sustainable and livable. Create a more joyful body image and a lifetime action plan that really works for you.

The infrastructure is the quality of love in your life and the lifestyle you lead. Eating is not a cure for loneliness, personal dissatisfaction, or lack of purpose. Over eating can produce unwanted weight but so does procrastination, aggravation, resentment, depression, and boredom.

Identify and start changing what bothers you most (what’s eating you?) and your feelings about yourself change too. Live life to the fullest without guilt about what you eat, whom you love, or how you live. You don’t need to be more disciplined just more aware.

Dating And Mating

Think falling in love and living happily ever after is a fantasy? Join Janet for some fun with the serious intent to make your dream a reality. Janet emphasizes heart and brain – an emotionally intelligent approach to finding your mate. Attitude really is everything. Where you go is important. But who you are when you go, and how you make use of opportunities is more important.

It is difficult to find a soul mate if you don’t know your own soul. Start with knowing yourself. Then set up your shopping list for what you want and need in a mate. And don’t forget to add your non-negotiables to the list.

Your true love will never drop from the ceiling above your couch. Get out of the house. To be committed, courted, or even dated, you have to let people meet you. Be credible, be effective, and be charming. If your dating compares to the fun of funeral attendance, you are dooming your chance of success. Most importantly get the right attitude. Where you go is important. But who you are when you go, and how you make use of opportunities is more important.

Learn to avoid pitfalls, fight fear, put your new show on the road, know when to quit, and how to recognize a keeper. Isn’t your future mate too important to leave to chance?

The Sexiest Years: Romance from Forty to Forever

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Private Consults available in person, by phone, Skype, Jitsi, or FaceTime

People over 40 have health and energy their parents could not have imagined. Growing older now offers more opportunity than ever before. The “grow old gracefully” philosophy of previous generations has changed — but to WHAT? The choices are yours. Create and live your own dreams regarding romance, love, and really living life. Define new expectations and intentions and develop the courage it takes to make them reality. This course is designed for couples and singles 40’s to early 100’s who know that you can never stop taking chances and who want a new and positive perspective unhindered by age biases and defeatist attitudes. Come with us on an exciting adventure that will help you develop the mind set and a concrete plan for living well into your future.

Endless Love: Falling, Re-falling and Staying In Love Forever

Love doesn’t die if you don’t kill it. Janet shares advice on how to keep the spark alive and actually make it bonfire worthy!

Selecting well when choosing a partner is important but so is making the best of your choice. Nothing in life is better than a committed relationship that works. But you need to keep your relationship moving forward with creative loving and effort. Stasis doesn’t exist in a relationship, and if you don’t work at keeping the love alive, things will start moving backward quickly. If you stopped working at your job, you’d probably lose it. The same thing goes for relationships. How can you keep your love alive now and in the years to come? If you provide maintenance, enhancement, and variety (we all need change up sometimes no matter how good a relationship is), then love will work for you. One person can change a relationship. It’s simple: if you change, change happens.

Learn about communication do’s and don’ts, creating your own love bait and using it, setting a new love game plan, and most importantly, getting a new attitude. Positive expectations plus effort produce positive results, and that applies to love just like anything else!

The time to be a better lover in every sense of the word is now. You have so many years to reap the benefits.