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Remember…You Are More Than A Diagnosis

A few months ago, I shared some of the lessons on wellness and whole health that I learned from my time as a hospice nurse, renewed through the experience of my cousin Jim’s passing. In conversation with Jim as he ...

Get Ready for Summer with a Body Image Reboot

With summer just around the corner, we’re already being bombarded with messages about getting into great physical shape for the season of shorts and swimsuits. While it’s generally a positive thing to want to be fit and healthy, in my ...

Zoom Out! And Hone in on Better Health

Once we find out that certain foods are causing problems with our health, it can be so easy to get tunnel vision on our diets. The concept that everything we put in our bodies can either heal us or hurt ...

The Last Leg of Winter: Hurry Up and Slow Down

Winter can really be a marathon. By the time February rolls around, I’m usually spending my free time searching online real estate listings in tropical locales, daydreaming about a desert vacation, and counting down the days until spring break. I ...

Essential Lessons on Wellness, Learned from the Dying

I can’t entirely explain it, but I have always been drawn to hospice work. I worked as a Registered Nurse in hospice care for twelve years before my work evolved into health coaching. My time working in hospice care has ...

5 Things to Say to Someone With Autoimmune Disease

If you’ve been diagnosed or suspect you may have an autoimmune disease, you’ve likely suffered from your friends and family’s lack of understanding around the disease. #autoimmuneproblems, right?! Without meaning to, loved ones can add emotional stress to the physical ...

How to Experience the Benefits of Sweating, Without a Workout

  Every day, we are exposed to a steady stream of chemicals and heavy metals as we go through our lives — from the air we breathe to the water we drink to the food we eat and the clothing ...

Rethink the “B” Word to Improve Your Quality of Life

The average American parent juggles a seemingly endless number of tasks, activities, obligations, and stressors. Parents are stressed trying to balance work and family life, kids are involved in multiple extracurricular activities, on average we live farther from relatives and ...

Manage Stress With Soul-Centered Self-Care

As a culture, Americans have accepted that it is okay and even normal to feel stress on a regular basis. Think about it — when you are catching up with your friends or co-workers, how often do you start out ...