We only have one life. Let’s face it everyone is in denial about something. We tell ourselves little and sometimes big lies to “protect” ourselves but really we’re just sabotaging our own life. Why the heck do we do this? It’s about fears, insecurities, and pain and not facing them. It’s just easier to lie than actually live our truth. It’s comforting and many times we’re avoiding self-responsibility. But through our truth is happiness. I have put together five ways we lie to ourselves and...
Decide what and who is most important in your life, and say yes to them.and say no to the rest. Why is this so important to do? There’s only 24 hours in a day and you only have so much room literally and figuratively. Focus on what matters.
We spend our lives comparing ourselves to others. What we don't realize when we do this is we're wasting precious time being negative. We take the focus away on achieving our goals and instead become unhappy with feelings of jealousy and being inadequate. This episode tells you how you can stop comparing yourself to others and why it's important to do so.
April is Stress Awareness Month and stress is the root of so many health (physical and mental) issues in our life. According to the American Institute of Stress, about 90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related disorders. I want to first say that I’m not here telling you that you can live a stress-free life. If someone is telling you, you can they are FOS. What I’m saying is there are ways to keep your stress levels in check by responding to stress better.
I’m pretty sure at some point we have all felt stuck in a situation whether it was a relationship, job, crossroad in our life, weigh, etc. Feeling stuck is rooted in 3 basic things. Self-worth, safety and love. Learn some ways to get unstuck and keep moving forward to the life you deserve.
It’s that time of year that we start to think about spring cleaning. There's some cleaning up we all could do in our life beyond our home but with our mind, body and spirit. Spring is that time of year for new beginnings, where we get out of the winter blues and feel motivated to make some moves. The episode provides tips on where to start.
One of the things that has come out of raising a child on the spectrum is the importance of routines. I don’t care if you’re a CEO of a company or CEO of your household…routines serve everyone. It provides structure and we thrive on structure. It’s a way of organizing your life so that you wake up every morning with purpose and ownership for your day. Learn why daily routines are so important and how you can create your own.