Imagine a moment when negative emotions overwhelm you. Do you dig deeper to understand it? Or do you distract yourself to push them away? If you answered yes to the latter question, you may want to reconsider. Emotions are the gateway to our needs. Satisfied needs reveal positive emotions. While the opposite holds true. Negative… Continue reading Emotions Unraveled: Identify Why You Feel What You Feel
WELLNESS is not the absence of disease or the opposite of illness; WELLNESS is rather the presence of well-being and the culmination of life and health-giving practice that include mindfulness, self-compassion, energy, and all that contributes to thriving. -WellCoaches Coaching Psychology Manual, 2016 Is this the kind of wellness you desire for yourself? If so, then it's… Continue reading To Achieve Wellness, Start with a Vision
It's been three weeks since we celebrated the New Year. We joined our friends where the tradition is to write resolutions on a piece of paper, tie it to the end of a balloon string, and release the balloons at midnight. My girls (5 and 8) made it until midnight and was excited to let… Continue reading My 2019 Intention – GROWTH
Happy New Year! It's usually the time when we write down our resolutions to start off the new year on the right path. Some of us may want to exercise more or eat healthier or be more mindful. However, if you want to keep these resolutions instead of abandoning them a few weeks later, you… Continue reading Are you READY, WILLING, and ABLE?
Did you know a thriving well-being goes beyond eating the right food for your body, physical activity, and weight management? A number of other elements should also be considered while on a journey towards your best health. I learned there are seven components of well-being according to WellCoaches. Clients become aware of these components by… Continue reading A Thriving Well-Being: Life Satisfaction
For the sake of her health, Jessica Mitton made a significant change. She left her successful career in the financial industry to pursue a new found passion in holistic nutrition. WHY? Watch the interview as Jessica unfolds her story of transformation and learn about: The cause of her numerous health issues - anemia, weight gain,… Continue reading Health Transformation Stories: Jessica Mitton, Author of “Some Good”
One of my daughter’s favorite activity at her school is the ‘Creative Writer’s Workshop’. Every week they go through a process where the students pick a topic they’re familiar with and write a book about it. I had the pleasure of reading her books at the school’s Open House. This particular one, How to be… Continue reading A 7-year old’s view on “How to Be Healthy”