Sometimes, you can feel overwhelmed when taking on a new or big project. And that moment would be when your inner critic speaks the loudest.
Though we usually don’t think about it, the design of our environments—and the choices presented—can have a big impact on our health and well-being.
Truth be told, I’m late answering this month’s Ask The Health Coach question about procrastination — rest assured, the irony is not lost on me. Confessions aside, I am delighted to report the tools and resources I mention in this video were extremely helpful in finishing this post.
Are you sabotaging your sweet dreams without even realizing it? These three research-based tips can help start preparing you for sleep before your head even hits the pillow.
This month’s two-minute tip video offers a couple of ideas for daily habits to help clear clutter in your home. Think of your home as the soil that needs to be cultivated so any other new holistic habits can grow this year. Are your daily habits getting you closer or further away from what you want?
Cue the music and pour the eggnog, it’s the most wonderful time of the year, right? Sociologist and author Dr. Christine Carter writes, “Many adults love the idea of the holidays more than their actual experience of them – mostly because their list of holiday-related tasks and obligations outweighs the joy of it all.”
What’s continually weighing you down like a ton of bricks? What did you say “yes” to that you’re now resenting? What’s zapping your energy, tripping up your productivity or stealing your joy? Or, as Author Jim Collins wrote in an article for USA Today, what’s on your “Stop Doing” list?
“I’m sorry” is rarely a comfortable or easy thing to say, but once you muster up the courage to own up to the mistake you’ve made, how can you best repair the relationship?
How do you escape feeling overwhelmed? UK Health Coach Amy Rodquist-Kodet offers an enlightening two-minute tip to help you de-stress in this short video clip.
Research says power down to thrive on. UK Health Coach Amy Rodquist-Kodet offers a two-minute tip about paying attention to smartphone usage in this video.