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Getting Unstuck by Changing Your Perspective

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Getting Unstuck by Changing Your Perspective

If there’s one truth in life (besides death and taxes), it’s that, at some point or another, we all get in a slump. There will be days (or weeks…or months…or seasons…) where you will feel bored, stuck, and just plain unmotivated.

Ironic as it may seem, I find that comfort is one of the biggest reasons we can feel discontented. While a certain level of routine and predictability helps us thrive and retain control, too much routine can leave us bored and uninterested. Things are just too simple and unengaging.

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It's a Time for Gratitude...

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It's a Time for Gratitude...

When we think of mindfulness or the act of becoming more mindful, we are often consumed with notions of reclusive meditation, or hiking in pristine, outdoor spaces removed from the chaos and buzz of urban living. But if we had to go to that much trouble to actually practice mindfulness...

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Is Technology Helping or Hindering Our Health?

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Is Technology Helping or Hindering Our Health?

I talk a lot about body burden. There are so many things that go into that equation, that when we try to look at all of it at once, it gets super overwhelming and a lot of us give up right there. But lets break this down further and look at each component. This month I want to focus on our use of technology. More specifically, I want to get curious on whether or not the technology in our lives is hindering or helping our overall health. Let's take a deeper look...

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Playing in the Emotional Waves of Autoimmunity

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Playing in the Emotional Waves of Autoimmunity

Let's face it. At this time, autoimmunity is not curable. We don't have the science figured out to reverse it 100% or declare a cure. So that leaves a lot of us with not only a diagnosis, but a lifetime disease. And while the work I do with myself and my clients is always moving toward remission, this can leave us with some heavy emotions to work through, especially in the throws of all the symptoms and the debilitating fatigue.

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