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

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