It doesn’t matter how “organized” we are if we lack the physical or mental health needed to accomplish what we’re meant to do, right? Below you’ll find some great resources to help us create healthy lives.
I truly believe that the time we are sick can be a type of chrysalis–where we can grow and change for the better, even though it isn’t necessarily a pleasurable experience. I’m sending a huge hug if you are currently not feeling well, and I hope that this podcast can send a little extra love and compassion your way.
Ready for a quick exercise that will help you assess which types of projects and initiatives you want to pursue–and which ones you’d like to readjust? I’m sharing this simple process I went through recently that helped me think deeply about my life and provided a great filter through which to make decisions.
I recently had a beautiful, truly life-changing experience as I worked with a therapist to get to the root of why I was feeling so much anxiety. This isn’t easy to share, but my hope is that it can be helpful to you, if you are struggling, as well.
This is the fourth and final episode in the “Create Your Year” series, and today we’re talking about how to make our day-to-day activities flexible and calm–but still effective–as we step into the vision of who we want to become. There’s a bonus template for you, as well!
Welcome to Part 3 of the “Create Your Year” series! Today we’re talking about a super simple 5-minute routine that can help you make time for the things that matter most each week. (Make sure you download the free bonus templates, as well!)
Building on the last episode, “Create Your Year,” we’re now diving into how to create an optimal Current Projects List and Routines List to support the life we want to live. Enjoy!
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about my goal-setting this year, and as I’ve made some refinements, I felt so excited that I wanted to share the process with you. (You obviously want to do this in a way that is ideal for you, but hopefully this can spark some ideas!)
Being an “achiever” has served me well in many ways, but it’s also been the primary source of my internal angst. Join me in this episode where I share my personal take on achieving vs. becoming–and come download the special worksheet we created that can help you personalize this for your unique situation!
Clearing clutter is about WAY more than the “stuff.” There are also a lot of thoughts, feelings, experiences, etc. going on behind the scenes. This is one method that is making a big difference for me!
Do you have some subconscious “rules” you’ve been following that desperately need to be replaced? I’ve had a rough couple of months, and this podcast will hopefully spare you from making the same mistakes I did. 🙂