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The Recipe for Less Stressful Starts

The Recipe for Less Stressful Starts

How I start the day can be a game changer for the rest of the day. The key is to start on the things that get me into movement and an upward trajectory.  Anything that is passive and can be done from a prone position will spell doom. I can check emails or scroll my...
10 ADHD Resolutions to Actually Consider

10 ADHD Resolutions to Actually Consider

In coaching, we like to throw out the idea that there’s a “right” way to do anything. Instead, we encourage that the “right” way is whatever way works for our client. In that vein of throwing out the rules, let’s talk about some New Year’s resolutions you could...
Are You An Overthinker? Tactics To Make Decisions Less Stressful

Are You An Overthinker? Tactics To Make Decisions Less Stressful

Let me be transparent and just say I love to read romantic comedies. Go ahead and judge me! Unexpectedly, I read something in my latest rom-com that was meaningful, and I just had to share it with a few clients. Now, I want to share this with our readers. The...
Moving Beyond Shame and Unleashing Progress: Three Things to Take With You in the New Year

Moving Beyond Shame and Unleashing Progress: Three Things to Take With You in the New Year

At the start of a new year, there is often a sense of pressure to make significant changes in our lives. We strive to become better versions of ourselves or find that elusive “magic fix” that will improve everything. However, sometimes, we find ourselves stuck in our...
It’s not about the deadline! When panic reveals your secret recipe…

It’s not about the deadline! When panic reveals your secret recipe…

A story I often tell my clients is about how I wrote papers in college. I would get the assignment and then worry about it every day but never put any words down on paper. Then, at about 8 p.m. the night before the paper was due, I would inevitably be panicking so...
Coaching Apps: Weighing in on Cost and Convenience

Coaching Apps: Weighing in on Cost and Convenience

In the last decade, we have seen an explosion of apps that offer conveniences directly to your front door. Do you want dinner but don’t want to cook? There is a delivery app for that. Do you want to attend school but are too busy to drive to a university? There is an...