Mindset + Flexible Thinking
Challenge the standards of perfection. The Barbie Movie isn’t just a film, it can be a way of redefining perfect, reframing thoughts, and celebrating this new way of healthy living.
Dive into what personal progress looks like in REAL LIFE, the role of intrinsic motivation, and the advantages of tracking what truly matters.
Simple, yet effective – small acts of kindness can spark a mindset shift that makes it easier to form healthier habits in the long run. Find out how!
Prioritize healthy habits by mastering the art of setting limits and boundaries.
Set yourself up for success. Bring clarity and happiness by claiming this year as a no resolutions year. Celebrate yourself by focusing on your uniqueness. Your future is bright.
Goal setting with realistic expectations. A goal is a statement of something you want to achieve. Bring clarity to your desires by meeting yourself where you’re at now so that you can be the person you need to be at present and in the future.
Discover what it means to have a fixed mindset and how you can develop a growth mindset to guide you when life seems tough.
We live in a world where numbers have a prominent role in our day-to-day life. But is meeting that BMI “healthy range” enough to live a healthy life?
Though hosting can foster healthy social connections, release feel-good hormones, and boost mental health, why is there so much anxiety about having people over? And how can you overcome the angst?
Practicing being proud of yourself can help you stay motivated, and avoid burnout. Here’s 6 ways to celebrate your wins starting today!
Any time you need to assess a part in relation to the greater whole, the wheel of life is a useful tool.
It’s time to talk about body awareness: Every body is different, and everyone experiences their body in different ways. Use this three step process to help you figure out how you feel, how it’s affecting you, and what to do about it.
are you a person who sets HARD goals in life? If things are going great – don’t bother reading this article. BUT (which is one of my favorite words because it is in the BUTS that change happens) if you notice that your goals are starting to break down your mental wellbeing or are harming your physical health, read on.
Kind words and acts of kindness boost well-being, and evidence suggests decreases pain, depression, and anxiety, in both giver and receiver!
Start to recognize your own inner critic, and begin to engage with it in a more productive way.
“Shoulds” generally imply future events and can be anxiety-provoking. Bring yourself back to the present and focus on what you COULD do right now.
Most of us have at least one moment each day when we look at our email inbox, our medical test results, or our partner and think, “I don’t want to be here.”
It’s easy to mistake this feeling of dissatisfaction for motivation.
Positive thinking means tuning into your self-talk and your feelings, getting the best out of them. It does not mean that everything should be shiny and beautiful. A positive goal focuses on what should be done instead of what should not be done.
I’ve interviewed hundreds of people about their fitness goals and desires. Most people cited “weight loss” as their number one goal, not really surprising at a gym.
What was surprising was the most common answer to my follow-up question.
Let’s talk about how your kitchen makes you feel.
When you walk into your kitchen to make dinner do you turn around and walk straight back out again?
Learning how to begin a healthy lifestyle starts out with being ready, willing, and able.
Many things can come up in life that instantly creates a change in priorities, but that doesn’t mean your health has to suffer.
Emerging schools of thought are looking at the definition of health in a broader, more useful context… Deep Health.