Hemingway said, "There is nothing noble about being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self," and it's hard not to agree, especially when there's so much evidence around us in the beauty of people consistently stepping up to improve themselves and therefore those around them. Should we be … Continue reading Social Distancing Reflections
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This time of year is notoriously challenging because let's be real: it's hard to stay on the health bandwagon! Every kind of treat available seems to appear with intense frequency and there's little time to hit the gym the way you normally do. So what's the trick? How do you survive the holidays without sabotaging … Continue reading Fall Into Healthy Habits
Isn’t it funny how a word changes depending on your phase of life? Remember when being “grounded” was the worst? Aside from having a low key evening at home being the best treat of all, now if someone were to say, “you’re grounded,” I would take it as a huge compliment! 🤣 #timeschange
Stress is a complex emotion. It's actually more than an emotion. It's a physiological response the body has to a stressor, and a stressor can be anything -- our bodies don't discriminate. Types of Stressors Whether it is a stressor we create in our minds (I don't have time to do all the things!), put … Continue reading Stress Basics: What you need to know to live your best life.
If you're anything like me, most mornings you hustle out the door so fast that you're lucky if you remember to grab the coffee you brewed for yourself. 🤦 Some mornings will be like that, and that, of course, is ok. That's life. But whenever possible, consciously starting our morning with a calming routine we've … Continue reading Why Are Routines So Important?
It never feels like it in the moment, but failure is really a friend worth celebrating as long as we remember that really great friends will challenge us.
Perspective really does matter. It's not just some old-school saying we should let travel through and out our ears. How often do we get caught up with what’s going on around us that we forget to focus on what’s right in front of us? When we pause to enjoy the present moment – what’s right … Continue reading Perspective Matters
Yesterday’s post focused on why it’s worth bringing awareness to your inner monologue, but what if you’re not sure how to change the negative space your thoughts have become? I’ve found the three simple steps above to be really effective in transforming the headspace of both myself and my clients. But the most important and … Continue reading Transforming Negative Self-Talk
Have you tuned-in to your inner monologue lately? Is your mind a nice place to call home?