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3 Habits of Women Who Feel Centered, Vibrant

3 Habits of Women Who Feel Centered, Vibrant

I know you. You’re a smart, savvy professional. You’re a woman of distinction and elegance. You’re a top performer and an expert in your field. You’re good at what you do—really good. And I know your wellness struggles because I was there once myself—okay, maybe more than once. Just like you, I was driven to achieve.

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Cultivating Your Relationships in Difficult Times

Cultivating Your Relationships in Difficult Times

Sometimes I think of relationships as a garden—they require nurturing and TLC. Life has its ups and downs but during tough times (such as we’ve been experiencing the last number of months), more concerted effort is required to ensure our relationships stay strong and nurturing. Here are 6 ways to endure trying times and have

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3 Easy Steps to Shift Your Mindset and Embrace Change_holistic healing coach

3 Easy Steps to Shift Your Mindset and Embrace Change

Whether we like it or not, change is all around us, especially in our current environment, considering all that we’ve been faced within 2020. While just sticking our heads in the sand, waiting for all this to pass, then returning to “normal”—and meanwhile being consumed with worry, fear, and stress—would seem easiest, I’m taking the

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Stress Making a Woman Sick to Her Stomach

Is stress making you sick to your stomach?

Feeling worried? Uneasy about today’s challenging times? Bowel routine slightly off? Experiencing digestive grumbling, “butterflies in your stomach,” or heartburn? Nausea or cramps? Change in  appetite? Any of these common discomforts can be a sign of disturbance in your enteric nervous system (ENS). What? You’ve never heard of it? You’re not alone. As important as this

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5 Sneaky Self-Talk Habits to Ditch in 2022

5 Sneaky Self-Talk Habits to Ditch in 2022

In December, we all seem to think we receive an imaginary “report card” grading our accomplishments for the past year. Did you finally get that promotion that you’ve been hoping for? Did you lose the 20 pounds you swore you’d take off by last spring? Did you start that exercise program you promised yourself last

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Liver Disease on the Rise

A Trend I Want No Part Of!

For some years now, health care practitioners have been noticing a new pattern: Liver disease is unquestionably on the rise. Liver disease is a well-known problem among certain groups of individuals, such as those who’ve contracted hepatitis or have a history of alcohol addiction. And patients who use a number of prescription and even over-the-counter

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It Doesn’t Care About You

It Doesn’t Care About You— Even A Bit.

Sorry to say, the answer is food.   Why? Food itself just “is”—it’s an inanimate substance that has no emotion of its own and, honestly, doesn’t care about what’s going on in your head or health. (It doesn’t dislike you, either—it just doesn’t care.) The problem is that we’re so invested in food: We think

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My Vacation Totally Stressed Me Out

My Vacation Totally Stressed Me Out!

The “dog days” are behind us (mostly), and the world outside still hints of adventures to come. With that open, free feeling of the vacation season lingering in the still-warm air, late August surely feels like a great time of year to get in one last summer getaway. I hope you have the opportunity to

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Vacation Time? Don’t Forget to Pack This!

Vacation Time? Don’t Forget to Pack This!

Summer, and it’s time for a new adventure! What do you have planned for this travel season? No matter where vacations take us, time off lets us get caught up in things unusual and exciting: the stunning scenes, the local culture, the people, the sounds and movements, and patterns different from our everyday routines. What

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Jump Start Your Meditation Practice

Debunk these 5 myths to jump-start your meditation practice

“I SHOULD be meditating,” Lauren announced after we discussed ways to relieve stress in her chaotic life. That comment sounded very familiar. Meditation, for many of us, seems like a lofty, health-positive, mental health-positive goal, but one generally relegated to the “someday” list—that is, “Maybe I’ll try it on Monday…or the Monday after that.” If

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Trump Made Me Fat

Trump Made Me Fat!

That’s a direct quote, actually, from one of my wellness coaching clients, Sandy, several week ago. The early months of this year had been particularly stressful for Sandy. Passionate in her opinions, she found herself increasingly frustrated by tidbits surfacing in the news. Even when she wasn’t reading articles or watching TV reports, Sandy found

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