Living in gratitude makes your life happier and more satisfying. It reduces stress and increases recognition of the contributions you and others have made to your life. This strengthens your social connections and self-worth. When you express gratitude toward yourself, others and things in your environment you generate pleasant moments. You form memories of positive events in your life.
Applying change to your life is a complex process. Especially if behavior patterns are deeply rooted, not fully understood, and change is needed in many areas of your life at once. I use my expertise as a behavior analyst and my training in positive psychology as a coach to set you up for success. I provide you with a powerful partnership were you’re not alone in your wellness journey.
Contrary to what we are led to believe, industrial seed oils like canola oil, corn oil and soybean oil are not beneficial to our health. These are also called vegetable oils. A growing body of research is starting to show it is one of the leading causes of chronic disease in the country.
Your inner critic can prevent you from sharing in life’s opportunities, rich meaningful social connections and behaviors that support your overall well-being and happiness. Through the use of self compassion, you can move forward toward your best life!
I’m a recovered Superwoman and I write that with joy. I have no desire to go back to the unsustainable Superwoman lifestyle. I was beyond burnt out and unhappy! For me, I now value simplicity. Simplicity that means eliminating the unessential and adding the meaningful.
I don’t know why it took me so long. Over 35 years! What I’ve observed looking back, and at this point in time, is that it’s taking many women just as long. And unfortunately, some women never arrive.
Behaviors get embedded in your daily routines and you become entrenched in their effects, mentally, physically, physiologically and socially.
Some of you are thinking about a change. Some of you are ready to change. Some of you have the change process in motion.
Even in the mist of trying to say “no”, I’d begin explaining how I could probably squeeze IT in. Or I’d suggest ways I’d help before being asked. It felt like a curse!