This isn’t true but when you’re in the midst of grief it’s hard to see the purpose. It’s hard to see the purpose of Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. The 5 stages of grief, whether you believe it or not, all serve a purpose.Read More
The entire month my subconscious was processing something. I had trouble sleeping, trouble eating, difficulty concentrating, and difficulty getting motivated. I was sad, irritable, anxious, insecure, and had no appetite. I had been feeling really good before October so all of these emotions came as a double shock. I hadn’t felt this insecure or anxious since my 20’s. I thought I was past all of that. Poor Alex, my partner, was trying to be as supportive and patient as possible but crying almost daily combined with the inability to make the simplest decision did not bring out my most attractive self.Read More
If you have seen PROJECT FEEL GOOD advertised but do not feel ready to devote 6 weeks I now have individual workshops for you.
Do you have a space, or many spaces, that you would like to see organized? Maybe too much stuff or no idea what is in that closet? Many times we don’t even know where to begin. Start with a PFG workshop, Feel Good in Your Space. Often times when we feel confused and out of control an organized home or workspace will make room for clarity and strength. Let’s get you the tools and processes for methodically organizing your space.Read More
It bothers me so much when social media sets these expectations of perfection and I cannot live up to them. When fit girls, the weight loss gurus, and personal trainers all show off these great abs and arms I feel jealous. They make food prep and eating healthy sound so simple. But I know they had to work for these bodies and healthy habits. We just never see it.
I am guilty of perpetuating this myth as well. I only post photos of myself when I have make up on or feel fit. I only post photos that have been edited or adjusted to look just right. I show the before & after photos instead of the during photos.Read More
I just finished watching Hector and the Search for Happiness. If you haven’t seen it you must do. In the movie, Hector the psychiatrist goes on a worldly adventure to ask people what it means to be happy. He discovers many helpful guidelines along the way but the one that had me thinking today was…Read More