Stick to your REVOLUTION

Come this January, yeah, tomorrow, about 40% of all Americans will vow to change one thing or another about their lifestyle. New Year’s resolutions usually fall under the following categories: Weight loss Finance Career Personal development Health and diet Fitness Stress management Focusing on personal relationships Fast forward 6 months later, 60% will have completely …

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Your Brain On Chronic Stress: 5 Serious Consequences

We usually don't wake up thinking about stress. We might already be stressed, but we are more likely already off and running to getting our day started. This is where we really need to take the time to pay attention! Many people do not consider the serious repercussions of suffering from long-term stress, as the …

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Journaling for Personal Wellness

#personalrevolution It's kind of my mantra these days. If not you, who? Your personal revolution. So many times I am asked, 'How did you start? How long did it take? How did you get where you are now?" Well, we all have that defining moment. As we talked about in the last post about change. …

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Change Your Habits. Change Your Life.

Everyone has a point in time in which they decide to change. Period. Perhaps it was a traumatizing event, or something a bit smaller of an issue, but has built up over time. Ultimately there is a trigger, of any size, that creates the last straw! Either way, despite our newfound thinking, we don’t always …

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10 Fit Tips

It happens, fall, the arrival of Autumn. Along with it is the push for the end of the year! Already?! As soon as we see the gobs of candy lining the shelves of the market, we know. Sugar season is here. Stress compounds as we know there is much to be done in the coming …

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Assessing Your Need For Balance: Are You On The Verge Of Burnout

It is kind of obvious once you have hit burnout, the exhaustion, lack of motivation, poor efficacy, and overwhelming doubts of whether you should even be at your job are hard to miss. But, if you are not there yet, perhaps the symptoms aren’t as obvious. Be sure to pay attention! So what is burnout? …

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Combat Fatigue And Increase Your Vitality

Today we are seeing so much tension in the world. In our community, in our daily routine. It is really important to take a few minutes and look at how that just might be affecting you personally. Many of my clients are coming in and the first thing they say is, "I'm SO tired!" People …

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A Guide For Women: Finding “Me” Time

Is it REAL? Can we do it? They say a woman’s work is never done. A hectic work schedule, combined with trying to balance other areas of your life, may lead to you feeling like you are spinning too many plates in the air at once. With kids, family, work, chores, and the many responsibilities …

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How To Beat Self-Doubt And Insecurities To Become The Best You

One of the most limiting things a person can experience in this life is self-doubt. It has the ability to keep you feeling locked away in a prison of your own insecurities. It will suffocate your ability to explore and be free to engage with opportunities and adventures and it will hold you back from …

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Let’s Get Started

Thought we were? Well, there is always room for improvement. Wellness is dimensional. When you begin to understand that there is a circle of these dimensions that creates a harmony in your life, you will really be on the personal journey of wellness. Physical, Mental, Spiritual, Emotional, Environmental, Financial, Social, Occupational and Quality of Life! …

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