Live the Red Mountain Way

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Summer Weight Loss Rollercoaster

Some prefer the smoother, less-intense rides, and others live for the thrill of it. Sometimes, people just come because they are asked to be there, but end up having the absolute time of their lives. Some swear they’re just not cut out for it, but there’s always something for everyone to invest in and enjoy. … Continue reading Summer Weight Loss Rollercoaster

ARCHIVES  Healthy & Happy  

Staying Healthy When You Work an Office Job

For much of the workforce, the entirety of our weekdays are spent sitting at a desk in front of a computer screen. With only short intermittent intervals of walking from our desks to the break room and back, it’s no wonder workplace obesity rates are skyrocketing. Due to an increased reliance on the internet in … Continue reading Staying Healthy When You Work an Office Job


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Asking for Help

It’s a problem many face, yet fail to sometimes even see as a problem. For some, it’s about being independent and self-sufficient, and for others, it’s the notion that asking for help means failure. Whatever the reason for refraining from it is, it’s important to note that asking for help isn’t a bad thing. In … Continue reading Asking for Help

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Keeping the Family Off the Couch

Too often, we plan to spend quality time with those closest to us, but end up groaning “there’s nothing to do!” and giving up. So frequently we wish to occupy ourselves with something fun and valuable, but never seem to follow through because we can’t come to a consensus on what exactly we want to … Continue reading Keeping the Family Off the Couch


ARCHIVES  Motivation & Inspiration  

Dr Kim: 5 Simple Ways to Start Over

Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, RedMountain Weight Loss Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist  If you have slipped up and are now focused on getting back on track, optimize your chances of reaching your goal and set yourself up for success with these 5 simple ways to reboot your weight loss journey! 1. Begin by setting … Continue reading Dr Kim: 5 Simple Ways to Start Over

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Lapse vs. Relapse: What’s the Difference?

Written by: Dr. Kim Feinstein, Clinical Psychologist & Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist What is a Lapse?  A lapse is when you eat off of your meal plan; however, you still manage to regain control over what you are doing.  A lapse is also referred to as a “slip.” Example: You arrive at work and someone brought … Continue reading Lapse vs. Relapse: What’s the Difference?


Goal Visualization
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Goal Visualization

At times, the light at the end of the tunnel can seem dim, too far away, or completely nonexistent. It’s easy to give up, it can be appealing to put an abrupt end to any struggle you’re going through. It’s easier to say “I can’t” than “I can” when times get tough, but persistence is … Continue reading Goal Visualization

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How to get Back on Track after a Slip

Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, RedMountain Weight Loss Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist On January 1st you might’ve made your New Years resolution to lose weight. Beginning each day with enthusiasm and hope, you followed your meal plan, increased your water intake, began an exercise regimen, and avoided the temptation that seemed to lurk around every corner. That first month, you … Continue reading How to get Back on Track after a Slip


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Get Rid Of Your “Fattitude” and Develop a “Fittitude”

Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, RedMountain Weight Loss Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist Have you ever wondered how some people balance their eating and exercise habits while maintaining a stable and healthy weight? We might think of these people as “genetically lucky” or believe they have a fast metabolism. In very few cases, you … Continue reading Get Rid Of Your “Fattitude” and Develop a “Fittitude”

ARCHIVES  Holidays & Travel  

Celebrating a Healthy Easter

I don’t know about you, but when I think about Easter – alongside fateful memories of happily decorating eggs – I picture ravenous children with chocolate-stained fingers, baskets filled to the brim with tempting sweets, and can even imagine the feeling after over-indulging in less than diet-friendly foods. Easter, although a joyful time, commonly ends … Continue reading Celebrating a Healthy Easter



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