Article by Karen Hardie, Certified Herbalist, Health and Wellness Coach
Does the term Holiday Season fill you with joy? Or maybe dread? Perhaps a combination of both? Stress fills our daily lives. Add on all the Holiday extras like extra busy days and nights, extra spending, for some extra sadness and for most there are temptations around every kitchen corner. No wonder the Holiday Season can often leave us feeling depressed and depleted. How would you like to have some extra tools to get through it all this year?
There are some simple steps you can take to help you manage the stress of the Holidays, or any day, a little more effectively.
Guest article by Dr. Anna Garrett, a menopause expert and Doctor of Pharmacy.
If you feel like your once-pleasant personality and your mojo have skipped town together, you’re not alone. The likely explanation is that perimenopause has hijacked them!
By Hugh Hines
Some of the benefits of resistance exercise are widely known. Even by those who don’t regularly use the “tool” as part of their self-care routine. It has profound effects on your body and can contribute to the maintenance of functional abilities, prevent osteoporosis, sarcopenia (muscle loss), lower back pain and other disabilities.
Article provided by Meghan O’Malley, LPC. Meghan is a transformational coach, licensed psychotherapist, personal growth junkie, mom, hip hop dancer, recovering perfectionist, and lover of this messy + human life experience.
Happy Spring! This winter has felt LONG (like never-ending long!), so I’m thrilled to see bulbs and buds pushing through the stubborn cold to usher us out of the season of cozy inward focus and into the season of creation, growth, and outward expansion.
Article provided by Elizabeth Gillette, LCSW, creator of Heirloom Counseling.
Relationship stress is exhausting. When you have a giant to-do list and you’re trying to juggle everything life is throwing at you and you and your partner are texting furiously back and forth about the argument you had right before you left for work (or maybe worse, you aren’t talking about it at all), it can feel like too much to manage.
In my work as a relationship therapist, I support couples in navigating the trickiest relationship dynamics. Relationships are hard work and we come by relationship challenges honestly. How we show up in our adult relationships is shaped by our earliest interactions with our caregivers, family members, and even our first romantic partners. When we experience stress in the present moment, all of those early interactions are playing a significant role in how we perceive our partner, stressful emotions, and whether or not we feel we are capable of resolving issues together.
Are you looking to make a change that’s life-long, instead of riding front row on the diet roller coaster?
Stop setting yourself up for failure, by taking on too much. Kyla can help you simplify eating habits, improve compliance, improve results and still enjoy your favorite foods.