We reminisce over the past weekend with framily before diving into this week’s theme, How to Juggle. We mention the apps Slack, Asana and Basecamp as project management trackers we use. We talk about the Evo Planner and how our Four Tendencies personalities affect our ability to use planners in general. We switch up Vertellis… Continue reading Podcast #9 – How To Juggle
Random learnings led us to talking about Hurricane Dorian relief! If you want to donate to the Bahamas for disaster relief, the Giving Voices Project is collecting funds ASAP. You can give a tax deductible donation by calling 386-986-7505. Our theme for this week is Joy & Play. Joy is more sustaining than just doing… Continue reading Podcast #8 – Joy and Play
Women empowerment, coaching with compassion, and scavenger hunts are the focus for our random learnings for the week. A couples visioning session along with a business retreat visioning/alignment session made Patti have to figure out great questions to ask, and John has always been good at asking questions, so they offer some advice on asking… Continue reading Podcast #7 – Asking Good Questions
I still haven't been able to do steady meditation, but I have assembled a list of mantras that I breathe through while preparing for bed each night. I've learned all but one of these mantras from others so I thought if I shared them then there might be one that you also like and can… Continue reading My Current Mantras
My dear friend, Puja, is a professional coach and had a February #TimeforLove #ProductivityChallenge going on with a group of women who were looking to carve more time out of their day to fill it with more important things. I joined in. Below are two posts I had to write based on the different challenges… Continue reading #TimeforLove #ProductivityChallenge #PujaRocks
It has been claimed now by a few friends that I help offer a little bit of perspective in their lives. Either from choosing to not grieve the fact that they've lost so many friends over the past year, but to celebrate that they have been fortunate to know so many amazing people to begin… Continue reading A little perspective with GF
I have a confession to make. I splurged on gluten-digesting enzymes and took them to Europe. And chowed down on bread: pasta, pizza, croissants, baguettes, pita. IT WAS AH-MAZING. My body got a little inflamed and water-heavy for a bit, but it was oh-so-worth it. But I did a trial run before the trip at… Continue reading Why I am gluten free series, Part Three: Science!
“kaphasrule” This was written on a thank you note from one of the fantastic women that went on our Indian adventure. She was a Vata, and had a soft spot for Kaphas like me. We tend to be very grounded, not overly emotional, and good support structures. Yay. But physically, we tend to be thicker… Continue reading Why I am gluten free series, Part Two: The Doshas
Some people believe that if they were allergic to gluten they'd know it. I have learned that this is not always the case. Follow my journey to becoming gluten free and you might see some of your "symptoms" in a whole new light.
This year I have been diving deeper and deeper into truly understanding health and wellness. Of course, in the past few years, I’ve done a cleanse in India, been to an Ayurveda conference at a local Hindu Temple, became gluten intolerant, hired a personal trainer, and up until the middle of this year had… Continue reading Health & Wellness Content Announcement