Personal Life

#17 Creating Wellness

Project yourself into wellness.  You are well. You are healthy.  What does that look like? Sound like? Feel like? Does it have a taste? A smell? Surprisingly, this is a hard exercise for people.  I often see confusion and struggle in the eyes of people I suggest this to.  I see their wheels turning as they ask themselves doubtfully, “How am I supposed to make that...

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#14 Self-Care

[audio src="https://shiftforwellness.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/14-Self-Care.mp3"][/audio]   What do you have planned and in place this week to take care of yourself?  What is on your schedule right this very minute? Have we even chatted about adaptive energy yet?  Adaptive energy is the energy that allows you to keep going.  It’s your gas tank.  So my question for you is: How are you filling up? Are you with Jackson Browne always...

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#11 Sleepless Nights

    I've been reading a lot of Facebook posts about people not being able to sleep. I feel just awful for these folks, often women, because it brings me right back to the time when I wasn’t well and laid awake for HOURS staring at the ceiling while everyone else in the house was fast asleep. There was nothing worse than not being able to sleep....

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#8 Habits to Live By

  The following is a list of bad habits that were created by Dr. Oz, and he says these bad habits will take years off our lives if we don’t start paying attention.  He calls them 7 Deadly Sins. Some bad habits I had, many I did not, and the replacement habits that he offers are now all a part of my daily practice.  With the...

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#7 Dates with Yourself

I’m a teacher. I teach middle school all week long and typically, two weekends out of the month, I teach graduate courses to teachers on Friday nights, all day Saturday and all day Sunday.  I LOVE it!  I’m often asked how I do it. How can I work all week long and then continue on throughout the weekends? Truth be told, there’s no place I’d rather...

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error: You deserve to be well. You deserve to be whole.