Sometimes quirky, often funny about what’s not so funny at midlife, she is doing her part to help women with symptoms get free.
What kind of symptoms? Oh, you know, the ones that no one told you about when you were young like itchy, bitchy for no reason, hot and sweaty at all the wrong times. Then there’s too little sleep and too much middle.
How about the worst symptom of all, questioning. Questioning who we are, maybe who we’ve become, who we haven’t become, what we haven’t achieved–all of these are only symptomatic that something wants to change.
And change can be good–just think about how many hairstyles you endured til you arrived at the one you probably haven’t changed in 20 years.
So where’s the manual? Who do we trust in the sea of a thousand opinions all of which contradict that last one we read?
Greg would like you to consider trusting her.
Because she’s be through the physical, the mental, the spiritual, and the woo woo night of the soul and has not only lived to tell the story, she is thrilled to be able to tell the story and save you time, money, worry, confusion, resentment, and resignation that the second half is going to suck.
Oh and then there’s a wee bit of potty mouth you should be prepared for.
Greg has done the research, been the guinea pig, and continues to immerse herself not only in what the science says, but what her clients say they want and need. She’s thinner than when all of the physical stuff hit, sleeps through the night, is happy, healthy, and loves a good chicken wing.
Now for a brief history, some of which is meant to impress you even though it probably won’t.
Gregory was one of the early female graduates of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. She spent 20+ years in the hospitality industry, and cooked privately for many of the country’s rich and famous. Reviews of her culinary efforts have appeared in The New York Times, Gourmet, and The San Diego Union Tribune among others. While in San Diego, Gregory helped develop and expand the first heart healthy, fresh, quick food restaurant called Daily’s Fit & Fresh.
She has been featured on CNN, as well as New York City and San Diego TV programs.
Her writing has appeared in Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest publications, Agency Magazine, Sell!ng Magazine, The New York Time Sunday Magazine, For Women First Magazine, San Diego Union Tribune, Homes of the Hamptons, and others.
This former fat girl lives in the snooty Hamptons with her 4 cats, one dog and very patient husband Mark. She however, is not snooty, but probably was in high school when she was part of “The 13.”
Her three beautiful, smart and above average step-children live in the UK which is way too far for everyone’s liking but as you’ll hear us coaches say when we don’t know what else to say,
“It is what it is.”
Greg love to talk and so she offers teleseminars on midlife health, fitness, and sanity, as well as individual and group coaching. Presentations for groups who need a kick in the butt on their health or some new ways of thinking about how to do their lives for the most enjoyment are also on the menu.
Her newsletter and blog, keep subscribers and clients up to date on what’s new in feeling and looking better than ever in the second half of life. She received her certification as a Life Coach from Coach Training Alliance. Her weight loss coach certification is also through CTA via Jonny Bowden.
She is a member of the AANC, American Association of Nutrition Counselors.
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