I’m 37 weeks pregnant. I am on the very home stretch! Physically, this pregnancy has felt AMAZING. I have never felt stronger + the normal aches and pains of pregnancy have not bothered me very much this time around. I am grateful. However, for some reason this has been the hardest on me mentally.
I’ve always been impulsive. I am the action girl! Don’t think, just act, react! It served me so well most of my life… in high school I was involved in sports, clubs + activities and in college was always pioneering the next adventure with my friends. It was easy to be impulsive. I got a lot of stuff done. But now that I’m officially “adulting” (our definition of adulting is becoming parents, that’s when I really had to get it together)… so now in this phase of life, being impulsive is not such a fun trait. In fact it is down right debilitating. It’s not cool to be impulsive when you have two little humans who are way more reactive, spontaneous, irrational + crazy than you who have more of a right to be than you! Now it looks more like legit ADD.
Let’s face it- “working from home” is not always as glamorous as it sounds. Often times you are working MORE than you would if you were clocking in at a 9-5. When you don’t have a boss micro-managing your every move or a physical place to report to, the hours in the day can crawl by or be gone before you know it if you don’t have a schedule. Here are some of my recent musings about maintaining boundaries, getting organized and feeling productive while working from home. FYI, I think these strategies are valuable even if you don’t work from home!
Dear Health Coach (or consultant or personal trainer or nurse or lawyer or teacher or yoga teacher or massage therapist…) can we talk about money for a sec?
I love the Health + Wellness profession. I know I am meant to work with people to make their health a priority. But let’s talk about the “making a living” part for a second… Continue reading
We all know the key to losing weight is to eat healthy and exercise… but it’s not always clear how to do this! Doctors have limited time with patients these days and end up sending patients out the door with these instructions but no clear process for getting started. Plus there’s lots of conflicting information about what to eat and how to exercise.