Last year I was talking with a friend about health coaching and how I work with clients. We talked a lot about the mental health aspect of health and I said it was important to help them navigate some of the tough questions and then refer when things go out of your scope. She told […]
Self-help books don’t always sit well with me. I think there are a lot of them with good intentions, but there are so many that leave something to be desired. But I also think that it comes down to who is the intended audience, and am I really them. I picked up Rachel Hollis’s book, […]
I’m going to start by saying that I don’t think everyone needs to have a meal plan, but I think it also depends on what you’re goals are and what fits your life. If you’re busy, having a loose plan can help you save time, which can decrease stress and help ensure that you are […]
It’s hard to practice fearlessness, but honestly, if I back down because of fear of the unpredictable or the unknown then I never give myself a chance to succeed or fail organically.
“I almost feel like I lost a part of myself.”
So, if I was to write a letter to you – to all the peopleout there who feel burdened with grief, who feel less than, who are struggling to stay afloat and navigate the harsh waters of their reality, I would start with Dear Loved One.
There will always be some battles that are fought over, and over again. However, every time we meet the strategy will be new because we will have experience on our side. I am a different person then I was then. Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorite books. It’s up there with The Great […]
No one can do this for you, but you. Whatever this is. I’ve said that before and I know I said it recently when I talked about the importance of advocating for yourself on my Facebook page. It’s true – no one will look out for you more than you, so ask questions, be curious, get […]
Our time in this life is limited. And how we respect that time will create a greater possibility for fulfillment. – Ruben Papian That didn’t go as planned. I feel anxious. I feel tight. I feel like I lost time. I guess I don’t know what I expected, but I felt like I couldn’t focus. […]
I walked away thinking that balance isn’t what we’ve grown up to believe it is.
Our work lives bleed into our personal lives, and in many cases I think it’s appropriate.
Trying to keep the divide will just make us frustrated and feel defeated.