June Stress Tips: Compilation

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Hydrate: Drink at least 8 8oz. glasses of water per day. You are about 60% water. Hydration is critical to your body’s cells, tissues, and organs, your blood, bones, and brain, to maintain optimal function: temperature regulation nutrient breakdown & absorption elimination & flushing of waste joint lubrication and much more. And you’ll have more energy too!   What is your focus? … Read More

May Stress Tips: Compilation

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Invest in your social support system. Keep good company and avoid energy vampires. Find your supporters & champions, and those you respect & trust; teachers, mentors, friends, family, co-workers. Match your network with your specific issue: talk out your challenges and successes, and get help making hard decisions. Meet in-person or use technology to connect. The people who believe in you and … Read More

I Get Stressed Too

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Just because I help others with stress doesn’t mean that I live in a cocoon of calm. Oh puh-lease. I’m just a normal person trying to get through the day like everyone else. But as a stress, and health and wellness coach, people often put me on a pedestal. They think I am this beacon of health perfection. However, a few weeks … Read More

Planting Seeds to Create a Flourishing Garden

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There was a time when I was overly critical of myself– it started in grade school. Whatever I did was never enough. If I got constructive feedback, I didn’t note down what I did well, but focused only on what needed improvement. Celebrate your accomplishments Throughout my transformation, I have shifted my mindset. Celebrating your accomplishments is so important. Just … Read More

Baby Foxes And The Courage To Live Creatively

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May is not the best time to be in Breckenridge. It’s often still cold and snowing, and by May 1, I’m typically over it. Businesses close and people leave town. The best part of May in the mountains are the baby foxes. They are ADORABLE! I can often be found roaming around town stopping by the variety of fox dens, hoping … Read More

April Stress Tips: Compilation

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Create an “Idea Jar” “Oh, where did I put that great idea?” Is it hard for you to keep track of your ideas? Create a single repository: Stop the frustration of searching. Be more time efficient. Don’t lose or forget ideas. USE: An app like Trello or Evernote A spreadsheet A journal (analog is ok too!) Notes on your phone Mindset Keep your thoughts positive. Your thoughts become your words become your actions. See the good. FOCUS on: Abundance, not scarcity. Solutions, not problems. Positive, not negative. What you can control, not what you can’t. Listen More. Talk Less. Do you dominate … Read More

Think Like a Proton and Be Positive

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“If you believe you won’t, you most assuredly won’t. Belief is the ignition switch that gets you off the launching pad.” -Denis Waitley How’s your attitude? And how does your thinking shape your behavior and your outcomes? Negative self-talk could be the most toxic behavior a person can have. It is that behavior that spirals you into bad choices and … Read More