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What are your biggest nutrition or fitness challenges?

What are your biggest nutrition or fitness challenges?

What’s been your biggest nutrition or fitness challenge in 2016? What would you like to be different in 2017? If you’re tired of setting goals and New Year’s resolutions that don’t work for you, watch the video below: Creating goals and action plans don’t always work for health and fitness because there’s something missing from the equation: habits […]

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On Turning 47 – Reflections at 51

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A few weeks ago I opened my DayOne journal app and it reminded me I had an entry “on this day in 2012”, titled “On Turning 47.” This November I will celebrate my 47th birthday. I don’t know what that means. What I mean is I don’t feel 47 years old. My friends don’t think […]

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My Emotional Distractions and Lack of Focus

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Last year at this time I faced two huge stressors in my life which became massive emotional distractions. The biggest stress was finding out that our dog, Reggie, had lymphoma and had weeks to live. The second major stress was the loss of weekly accountability coaching, due to the closure of a business coaching group I had been part […]

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Why I Haven’t Been Asking For What I’m Worth

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I woke up one morning last week and realized I’m not living at full intensity in some areas of my life. I’m letting myself down because I’m not asking for what I’m worth and it’s causing stress, discomfort and restriction in my mind and body. From a business perspective, I recognize the value of charging […]

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Why did I eat that? How to get to the root of the problem.

Why diid I eat that?

Have you ever finished eating something and thought, “Why did I eat that?” It’s a classic case of being triggered to want to eat something as opposed to being in control and choosing what you want to eat instead. This week one of my clients discovered an important insight for why she craves and then eats certain […]

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Why You Need to Take Risks to Set Yourself Apart

You Have to Take Risks to Set Yourself Apart

I remember when I watched the very first episode of Chef’s Table on Netflix. I had tears in my eyes at the end, not for sorrow, but for the truest expression of unbound, loving, heart-felt creativity that oozes from chef Massimo Bottura’s entire being. It reminded me that you have to take risks in your […]

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How to Build a Strong Foundation to Support Wellness

How to Build a Strong Foundation to Support Wellness

How have you enjoyed the Four Pillars of Wellness series so far? Was there a single revelation, or what were the biggest lessons that you learned? If you are experiencing exceptional health and wellbeing, you are fortunate. Yet most of us have one or more aspects of our health that we want to improve. Let’s […]

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How to Improve Emotional Wellbeing (with this one exercise).

How To Improve Emotional Wellbeing

Emotional wellbeing is like a teeter totter on a children’s playground. Yet as adults we prefer to apply logic and systems to every aspect of life. Instead of something fun, we strive for the impossible ideal of work/life balance. Let’s go back to the playground and play on the teeter totter. Have you ever sat on one […]

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How Quality Sleep & Recovery Improve Your Wellness

How Quality Sleep & Recovery Improve Wellness

You need regular sleep of good quality and adequate duration to fully recover and recharge from the previous day. If you wake up feeling unrested you are in a deprived state of wellness. Without proper rest, recovery, and sleep your mind and body can’t fully regenerate. The quality of your mood and outlook on life hinges […]

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