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2 weeks ago no Comment

Do you know that moment when suddenly the air conditioning turns off and you realize that all along it had been making a noise, and now the noise is gone? You relax just a little more in the quiet. You did not even notice the noise was there, but still, the quiet is noticeable and … Continue reading “Tear Down the Walls Fear Built During the Pandemic”

9 months ago no Comment

Feel Like A Kid Again! “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” George Bernard Shaw When was the last time you remember feeling like a kid? I mean that in the best possible ways; playful, carefree, in the moment, moving your body with abandon, completely unself-conscious? If … Continue reading “5 Ways to Feel Like a Kid Again and Why It Matters”

10 months ago no Comment

Let Your Light Shine! Do you agree that these have been a pretty harrowing few months? Quarantine was  never on anyone’s bucket list.  Social change, while pushing us towards a non-negotiable, more inclusive reality, brings with it growing pains. We ‘re concerned about health, education, family, finances, mental well-being. Many of are dealing with loss … Continue reading “3 Habits That Help You Let Your Light Shine”

11 months ago no Comment

What a long strange trip it’s been! Do you know that reference? It’s “Dead” on when it comes to describing the situation with S.I.P (COVID 19) any better. I don’t know about you but I feel like this quarantine continually takes me by surprise – even after I feel like I’ve settled in.  How do … Continue reading “5 Tips to Keep Positive Changes”

11 months ago no Comment

Do you know that “silver lining” that people are always looking for? I’m here to tell you that even in this challenging time, it’s there. These may be the scariest time ever and that you feel as if you are flying without a net.  I assure you, there is still something positive to be found!  … Continue reading “Find your silver lining in these troubled times”

12 months ago no Comment

No commute! Work in your pajamas! Sounds like a cakewalk, but burnout can happen in all kinds of conditions, even if you normally work from home, are a stay at home parent or your job has been furloughed. Any time you are burning your candle at both ends you leave yourself vulnerable to ultimately being … Continue reading “10 Things to Create a Burnout Barrier”

1 year ago no Comment

My own transformation, from a burned-out psychologist to a vibrant community volunteer, and ultimately to a calm and centered coach, took about 20 years. Sheesh!  Based on my experience, and that of my clients  I think it’s important to have a real talk about the stages of change. Does that terrify you? I mean, who … Continue reading “Real Talk About About the Stages of Change”

1 year ago no Comment

Looking for Joy: The Happy Side Effects of Community and Connection   We all want to be happy. As Mel Robbins would say, its“simple, but not easy.” Are you happy? Overall? Most of the time? What Mel is referring to is the fact that most of how you experience your life is within your control. … Continue reading “Happiness: The Effects of Community and Connection”

the secret to losing weight for good
1 year ago no Comment

The secret to losing weight for good isn’t as complicated as you might think. By far, weight loss, in the form of diet and/or exercise, is the most popular New Year’s resolution. As a health and wellness coach I am thrilled that people want to be healthier, and, ‘TBH’… we all want to look better. For … Continue reading “The Secret to Losing Weight for Good”