Tag: Life Coaching

  • Recognizing YOUR Importance

    Recognizing YOUR Importance

    You recognize you’re a unique individual. But do you recognize how important YOU and your uniqueness actually are and the impact your existence and voice have in the world?? It can be so easy to get overwhelmed and go into existential mode. You may feel like you’re lost or trapped without the hope of a […]

  • 3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Cancelling Plans

    3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Cancelling Plans

    You made plans with some friends weeks ago. The day has arrived and you have a million thoughts running through your head. It’s hard to tell which ones are stronger–trying to talk yourself up and into going OR justifying why you should cancel.   This is where you take a pause. Breathe. And ask yourself these […]

  • The only things left were guilt, shame, and blame

    The only things left were guilt, shame, and blame. 

    Once upon a time… There was a happy, energetic, and emotional child.  They were told they were loud. Then they were told they were too quiet.They were told that they were too much. Then they were told they were not enough.They were told that their emotions were extreme. Then they were told they were too […]

  • Impostor Alert!!

    Impostor Alert!!

    I’ve coached students, stay-at-home moms, doctors, coaches, lawyers, scientific researchers, computer technicians, teachers, you name it! Do you know what they all have in common? They compare themselves with others (peers, family, leaders, etc.) and feel like an impostor. Over the last week or so this has been the main topic of my coaching. I […]

  • It’s about YOU and your happiness, let them worry about their own

    It’s about YOU and your happiness, let them worry about their own

    Why is setting boundaries so hard? There are a few common reasons: Protecting Others We take on other people’s emotions. We empathize or sympathize. We try to protect them from discomfort. Aka People-Pleasing  Fear of Rejection  If they don’t like what I say, they’ll hate me/no longer be in my life. They’ll view me differently.  […]

  • 4 Ways to Overcome Social Atrophy

    4 Ways to Overcome Social Atrophy

    Whether you consider yourself an introvert or not, the last several years of living on earth have changed us. As we continue to adapt to our new normal and start to go out and socialize again, it takes more energy than it did before. Things seem slow and fast all at the same time. As […]

  • I was terrified. So I did the only thing I could think of.

    I was terrified. So I did the only thing I could think of.

    Hello, my beautiful friend! Today, I want to ask you to ponder what are you hiding from…? Oftentimes I see my clients (and let’s be honest, myself too) hide. We’re afraid to be seen and heard. But we crave to be understood by others. If we’re exposed, we can be judged or rejected. For myself, […]

  • How I Went From a Wreck to a Badass in 90 Seconds

    How I Went From a Wreck to a Badass in 90 Seconds

    Last week I attended my first ever live mastermind event. It was more incredible than I could have imagined! But I didn’t feel that way going into it… When my husband dropped me off at the airport, I was trembling and shaking with anxiety. I was going to meet friends that I had only met […]

  • How I Ruined My Vacation…

    How I Ruined My Vacation…

    I’ve been pretty quiet over the last month, doing a lot of self-work and discovery with one of my coaches. It’s really been the journey of 2022 so far–question everything, deconditioning from everything you’ve been taught, evaluate joy and where energy naturally comes from, etc. (e.g. slow down so you can speed up). It’s all […]

  • Learning How to Feel Better: The Best Game of Hide and Seek

    Learning How to Feel Better: The Best Game of Hide and Seek

    Do you remember playing hide and seek as a kid? I used to LOVE it! I was in gymnastics and was petit in my younger years so I could squeeze into strange places–laundry baskets, inside a cupboard or armoir, between furniture and the wall, etc. It was fun to be chased and looked for. I […]