Hello February! This month is all about healthy habits and setting goals. If you think that means I’m going to share quick and easy tips to build habits…you’d be right! Most of us can set goals and want healthy habits but the harder part is the follow through! That’s why I’ve been working hard on a new tool to help you turn your goals into reality. It’s my Goal Getting + Habit Tracking Workbook and I’m providing it for free! This workbook will guide you through zeroing in wh
Today, I’m going to cap off “mindfulness month” with a super important topic: gratitude. There’s real science behind it – and how taking time to feel and express gratitude can actually help you reach your goals. If you want to do some extra research-backed reading on this topic, here’s a link: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_gratitude_motivates_us_to_become_better_people I’m just going to hit the high points about how having a gratitude practice can help you
Have you tried the exercises in the Refire Your Mind Workbook yet? (If you need your free copy, visit here). Well, I’ve got a few bonus exercises that can help you reach your fitness or wellness goals faster. They help you think more deeply about your choices and actions which, in turn, can help you become more intentional, an important part of speeding up the process toward meeting your goals. I recommend adding these two prompts to your journaling practice if you have one.
I wanted to share a tip to help you the next time you’re feeling super stressed, overwhelmed or even if you just need a break. First, people talk a lot about how being more mindful is all about feeling more “grounded” or centered. And let’s face it, it’s a lot easier to feel that way when you’re already calm or in a no-stress zone. BUT when you’re in the middle of a stressful situation or you’re overthinking or “in your head” … it can be really hard to shift back to feeling c
Mindfulness is one of those trendy words that gets thrown around so much that it’s hard to know exactly what it means. Personally, I think of it as a superpower that can make everything in your life better. it helps you to be more present for all the moments (big and small) happening around you. And the best thing is you don’t need any fancy tools or secret formulas to bring that superpower to life. I’ve developed the Refire Your Mind Workbook to help you put mindfulness into