One of the negative effects of living a busy life is that you constantly have a running list in your mind of all the things you need to do. It's an additional stressor that you often don't even know you have – you just know you feel stressed and overwhelmed. I see it frequently in my clients. They ... Read More about A Checklist to Lower Your Stress
When I bring up the topic of self care, most people think of the physical aspect of wellness. Listening to your body, ensuring you keep your fascia loose and hydrated, and regularly engaging in physical activity are all important. But the mental aspect of self care is equally important. For me, that ... Read More about Networking as Self Care
Do you own a fitness tracker? From a simple pedometer to device that syncs with your phone to a high-tech watch with gps, mileage and heart rate monitor, fitness trackers are incredibly popular. And with good reason. Nearly 40% of American adults were categorized as obese in 2016, according to the ... Read More about Can You Hear Your Body Over the Sound of Your Tech?
I was at a networking event last week and met someone who was really interesting. We spent a good amount of time talking and even tried to set up a coffee meeting so we could get to know each other better. But we are both so busy that we finally agreed to try connecting in another month when things ... Read More about Sorting Your Rocks From Your Pebbles and Sand
At the beginning of May, it seems all attention turns to women. We are bombarded with advertisements urging us to splurge on the special moms in our life. And so we buy flowers and jewelry, we plan brunches, we bake pretty desserts. And if we're like most women, we do all of this without regard for ... Read More about May is for Women…Especially You