Why being vulnerable can be a good thing

What does it mean to be vulnerable? True vulnerability is defined by Brené Brown as “the feeling we get during times of uncertainty, risk, or emotional exposure.” This includes moments when we decide to show our feelings despite not being sure how people will react. I say you can decide to be vulnerable or not.Continue reading “Why being vulnerable can be a good thing”

Am I having Pandemic Burnout? Signs of Covid-19 Fatigue and How to Recover When the Crisis Isn’t Over

Health professionals have long talked about the risks of burnout at work and how chronic on-the-job stress can impact our emotional and physical health. But, since the pandemic began, we have all experienced a different kind of burnout. Pandemic Burnout. That said, how is Covid fatigue different from regular burnout? How can we deal withContinue reading “Am I having Pandemic Burnout? Signs of Covid-19 Fatigue and How to Recover When the Crisis Isn’t Over”

How To Stop Caring So Much About What Others Think

When making decisions in your life, do you often find yourself asking others what they think? Do you call up your closest friends or family members to ask their opinion? Do you frequently “need a sounding board” when planning big events or changes? You might be someone who cares too much about what others think.Continue reading “How To Stop Caring So Much About What Others Think”

How to break your people-pleasing habit for good

In my coaching practice, I teach people-pleasers how to learn to focus on themselves, be authentic, and be bold in asking for what they want. In that spirit, today I want to talk about why some of us become people-pleasers, why it can be harmful over time, and how we can learn to stop people-pleasingContinue reading “How to break your people-pleasing habit for good”

How To Cultivate Your Independence And Make Your Relationships Stronger

Autonomy and independence are both defined as the ability to self-govern, to endorse and take ownership of your own actions. People who show less autonomy and are more dependent on others, tend to have lower self-esteem and experience higher stress. They can also develop communication problems, experience negative feelings like anger and guilt, and overContinue reading “How To Cultivate Your Independence And Make Your Relationships Stronger”

How to find balance and avoid burnout during Covid-19

Our new podcast series just launched. I’m so excited to share episode one with you here! If you like it please consider subscribing and be the first to see new episodes. The series will cover conversations with people who’ve learned to master work-life balance, and will offer lots of practical tips and strategies you canContinue reading “How to find balance and avoid burnout during Covid-19”

Your ultimate checklist for self-care and boundary setting

I’m excited to share this post with you! Over the last few weeks I’ve been putting together my first ever e-book, where I share with you some of the best strategies I’ve learned over the years for setting healthy boundaries and doing self-care. Here it is! Available on Amazon Kindle for purchase. Many of usContinue reading “Your ultimate checklist for self-care and boundary setting”

How to prioritize and invest in yourself

Your longest relationship is with yourself. What are you doing to prioritize it? What are you doing to invest in and make yourself happy? A lot of people assume that their happiness lies outside of themselves. If they manage to choose the right combination of job and friends, their lives will magically improve. But, ifContinue reading “How to prioritize and invest in yourself”