When we enter a new stage of life, whether it is marriage, motherhood, a new career, or even living on our own for the first time we often receive a slew of unsolicited advice at every turn. People notice our engagement ring or baby bump, read our announcement on social … Read More
There are a few things I wish I’d known earlier on in life about myself. I wish I knew that to thrive I need some time by myself for an extended period of time a few times a year. I wish I knew that in order to not feel crazy … Read More
One of the most helpful things I’ve learned about self-care is that other people can’t give me what I don’t realize I need. I may need help with a project or chores. If I don’t realize I’m overwhelmed or if I assume other people know I need help and choose … Read More
It’s December which is usually a month that carries a lot of uncertainty for coaching families. This is the month when coaches’ learn their contracts aren’t being renewed, and they start job hunting. It’s often a time when coaches’ are looking to make career moves which has a trickle down … Read More
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