This has been coming up in conversations with friends, family and clients lately. In this fast-paced world, we are often praised for productivity and the hustle to reach our goals. Yet if the Hustle is not balanced with proper rest, burnout comes crashing in to make us rest. There are three areas of importance when
Physical activity is something that has a wide impact on many areas of overall health including but not limited to mental health, quality sleep, body composition, confidence and self-esteem and everything that ripples out from there. Yet so many of us struggle to make this a regular habit. Read this blog to learn more.
What progress have you made towards your goals? Did you start with some New Year’s resolutions? And let’s be honest with yourself, are you still working towards them with the same energy as the first week of the new year, or have they fallen to the wayside while other things have taken priority? Now if
Spring has sprung and, at least where I am on Vancouver Island, flowers are starting to bloom. With this change in seasons, it is a great time to clear out what no longer serves you. Often this spring cleaning is something focused on clearing out things around our homes, but I challenge you to try
The first quarter of the year is coming to an end and it can be a great time to reflect on your goals and how they are progressing. Based on your reflections can help determine your next steps. Here are 4 steps to make sure that you are on track to meet your goals. Step
The seasons are changing, the weather is cooling down, sweaters are making their way out of the depths of our closets, and the days are getting shorter. As the weather shifts, the question is how do you plan on keeping up with the healthy changes you made over the summer? Or if you’re just getting
This is a new series that I am starting that will detail healthy habits and why you should consider adding these habits into your healthy lifestyle. This month I will be discussing journaling. Journaling has been a habit that I have recommended for many of my clients and it’s a coping mechanism that I have leaned on many times. There are three keys when it comes to journaling that make it such a healthy habit.