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How Nourished Are You?

What feeds me – what nourishes me? This is an excellent question to have in your toolbox. So often, we forget to ask ourselves this question. We forget to check in to make sure the answers haven’t changed. This magical question is actually one that is extremely useful in two ways: The first way we …

Are You Truly Listening?

Learning to TRULY listen to ourselves can take a bit of practice. With our busy lives and all the information and stimuli that is constantly coming in, there is often SO much noise – in the form of ‘shoulds’, of unwanted thoughts that don’t serve us, of other people’s voices & expectations etc. – that …

Do You Practice TRUE Self-Care?

Recently I’ve been using strong language when it comes to Self-Care – talking about an epidemic of over-committed, over-worked, over-giving people (mostly women) & saying we need a Self-Care Revolution. Sounds a bit dramatic, perhaps, but I think we need to really look at the current situation. You hear the term Self-Care a lot out …

1 Small Step Toward More Self-Care

My coaching and the products I’ve created, The Mood Ladies, are all about promoting self-care. I see so many people, especially women, over-committed, exhausted, stressed and overwhelmed. Often they aren’t able to really enjoy the many good things in their lives because there are too many to-dos on the list. I was reminded of this …

3 Ways to Shift from Limits to Possibilities

Do you ever feel that your world is small? Or let me rephrase…have you ever felt like you know there’s an answer to a challenge or problem you are facing, but you aren’t able to see it? That’s what I mean about a small world. Our view is limited in some particular area or even …

Self-Full: The New Selfish

A first-time client, let’s call her Betty, was telling me about where she was right now in her life. She was exhausted and I could see this in her eyes and hear it in her voice. Her light-hearted spirit was anything but light. There was a heaviness around her that didn’t really feel like her. …