• Preparing for the unknown

Preparing For The UnKnown

Jan 19 | 10 min read Author: Heidi Cowell As we head into the new year with hopes of a better tomorrow, I cannot help but reflect on all the chaos that now defines the year 2020.  It is true that some were afflicted more than others, but I think it is safe to say [...]

What Is The Difference Between Coaching & Therapy

Dec 4 | 15 min read Author: Ericka Eller ’Tis the season for resolutions and goals; a certain focus tends to fall on the goals and aspirations that we may have let slip by in the past 12 months. We write out lists of well-meaning promises to ourselves that we will fulfill this year. THIS [...]

  • Grief through Holidaysa

Grief through the Holidays

Dec 4 | 15 min read Author: Erica Walecka I had a plan to write a beautifully hopeful and thoughtful blog post about being kind to our bodies through the holidays, but then grief knocked on my door. I say that like it was polite, gently asking to be let in, but we all know [...]

How Can You Create a New Habit Or Break a Habit?

Aug 21 | 8 min read When discussing stress management, the conversation about habits comes into play. Your habits over time (conscious and unconscious) will determine how effectively you manage your stress and that, in turn, will impact your health. They also can lend to burnout or Adrenal Fatigue when not managed effectively or intentionally. [...]

  • How To Create A New Habit: Creating Awareness

How To Create A New Habit: Creating Awareness

Aug 3 | 6 min read Habits are a weird thing. We know we have them. We know we need some. We want to break some and we want to create some. But yet, we usually only talk about habits like they are a swear word. Habits aren’t sexy. Habits don’t seem fun. This isn’t [...]

  • Scaling the Mountain of Anxiety

Scaling the Mountain of Anxiety

May 29 | 4 min read I came across this quote one day, and I have to admit, it gave me a good laugh.“These mountains you are carrying, you were only supposed to climb.”- Najwa ZebianI could think of many times when I had done just that. Experiences I had carried with me and never let [...]

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