Posts tagged anxiety
Late September Back in '63... What a very special time for me...

As I sat down to write my September update, that catchy song started playing in my head… Oh what a night….

We are back to school. Do I have any other mommas out there beyond thrilled that their kiddos are back to school and we can all get back into a routine? I love summer. I love the warmth, the perception of freedom, ice cream, and the beach. I also love a routine, and being able to pee without an audience, and not being a taxi for 90% of the day. It’s called balance and I am glad we are back.

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I cannot believe that we are half way through August!

I hope you have taken at least one day this summer for you.  As a mom, solopreneur, and wife, I sometimes feel guilty for taking “me” time.  Sure, I make time for fitness, which is all well and good, but I need more sometimes.  I need time with friends and girlfriends to be me and be reminded that life is about relationships and connections that fuel me.  Selfish is when you do things for yourself intentionally hurting others, self-care is loving yourself so that you can intentionally be the best you for you and those around you.

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6-Week Stress Relief Masterclass. Is it right for you?

One of my most recent clients said to me: “I am so glad I didn’t quit. Thank you so much for helping me manage my stress to get through my summer clinical successfully.”

Ask yourself a few things to find out if working with me may be beneficial for you in the long run.

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Mastering Employee Happiness

Just because “Stress Awareness Month” has come to a close, it is important to remember that the stress levels at home and work impact the performance of an individual in many ways. I point out in this article that, yes, there is an optimal amount of good and bad stress that offer a person peak performance. However, there also comes a time where there is too little stress and too much stress that will directly impact productivity, engagement, and retention.

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