Reframe Your Self-care Game

Self-care starts with the language in our head. If that language says I’m too busy, you’re already behind on your self-care game. The good news is that we can consciously reframe that language with daily practice in moments when opportunities arise. It’s a type of self-care that differs from the self-care activities like massages, yoga,…

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Healthy For The Holidays

The holidays are supposed to be a time of celebration, togetherness and joy. Yet, they can bring challenges to our total wellness journey, including our physical, emotional and mental health. Being prepared with a plan that feeds your body, mindset and spirit during the holidays is so important to staying on track and healthy. If…

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Accountability All Comes Back to You

Ninety-one women. Seven days. Seven videos. Four prizes. Amount of fun and learning? Priceless. Exactly how long do we need to think about making a lifestyle change before we take action? Typically it can be months even years before we commit the time and energy to make a wholehearted drive at change. What sparks you…

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Five Ways to Take Back Your Time

Our culture and conversations would benefit from a shift in the language we use to talk about time. When we say, “I don’t have time,” it may feel true, but it’s certainly not uplifting or empowering. In fact, hearing and believing this puts us in panic mode. When we consider how many times we say…

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The Window of Weight Gain

There’s a little five-week window between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve when it may be more of a challenge to stay on track with our wellness goals. Heck, we might just throw caution to the wind and succumb to the holiday indulgence with a promise to ourselves to get back on track January 1. That’s…

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Acceptance, Love and Upward

Acceptance, love and upward movement, or progress, is at the heart of this month of love. These themes give us some areas to focus on our own quality growth in February. What are you beating yourself up over? Can you let it go? ….just a little? Where can you find room to love yourself and…

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New Year. New You?

I stopped making New Year’s resolutions over a decade ago. While the timing is definitely right for renewal and recommitting, resolutions are the epitome of unmet expectations. It’s almost laughable in our society — from the gym membership we pledge to use starting Jan 1 to the millions of self-help books that fly off of…

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