Tag: Health Coach

Traveling Man: Toss it in the dumpster and light it on fire

Reading Time: 3 minutes When the morning is quiet I hear everything. I used to hate this, now it only kind of annoys me. The fridge is humming. The water is shifting in the pipes. Birds are outside. My pulse in my ear sounds like the ocean. My breathing – sometimes steady, sometimes sounding forced, but not quite like […]

Traveling Man: Growth, Resiliency and Identity

Reading Time: 3 minutes I’ve deleted this post a few times. I’ve been writing it for about a month. At one point it was 500 words – I had punched in out in 10 minutes and then sat back and thought, no, this isn’t what I want to say. That happens from time to time. Maybe it’s because the […]

Traveling Man: 3 more months

Reading Time: 3 minutes I’m saying it again. What is time? I will never not say that because it makes sad that time has gone by so quickly, but excited that I’m also rushing into something else. I guess I like the collision of these feelings. The excitement of new steals our hearts. It’s what makes food and relationships […]

Thank you.

Reading Time: 2 minutes 8 letters. 2 words. More than 1 meaning, depending on who you ask. For me: I’m thankful for you and this action/your words/your light or I’m uncomfortable and I don’t know what to say, this just seems like the best alternative to silence. As I am going through this new phase of life, I’m finding […]

Give me your hand

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ve thought about how I want to write this post for a few weeks, and the truth is I do and I don’t want to write it. I think we can all agree that change is hard. It’s exciting, but it’s hard. The excitement doesn’t have to negate the hard. Positive and negative ideas are […]

Wellness Refocused Education: Breaking Down Cognitive Distortions

Reading Time: 6 minutes In psychology and in health coaching, there are thought patterns that can be identified that influence our decisions. These thought patterns are called cognitive distortions. In 2020, I presented on them twice, which helped me break down my own thought distortions and challenged me to consider how I talk about what I do as a […]