What the hell does self-care even mean?!
And who has time for it???
Have you thought that as you scroll through yet another meme on Facebook? My client Deborah* has unlocked the mystery of self-care and is fully embodying it.
Her story just might inspire you!
In the past the only time she would take for herself was when she wasn't feeling well. Sound familiar? Deborah used to drop everything if her kids, spouse, siblings, friends or co-workers needed her. It was impor
I was listening to a podcast when the host said that perfectionists are secretly not humble. What the what?! If you've been around here for a minute you know that I consider myself a "recovering" perfectionist. I also really value the quality of humility. So, I was a little indignant. I'm glad I decided to listen with an open mind rather than turn the podcast off in an offended huff.
I've worked with clients on comparison, I teach about it in workshops and in my private Fa
If you could change one thing right now what would it be? I asked this in a social media post recently and the number one response was... Motivation to take care of me instead of others. We feel so guilty when we take time for ourselves. Yet I’d bet none of you would look at your best friend who is exhausted and tell her that she needs to suck it up or that she doesn’t deserve some down time. But what about when you’re tired or want to do something for yourself? If you would
I love me a “hot damn” moment. In my book, that is when a client hits on a big a-ha, stands up for themselves or faces something they’ve been avoiding. I love to call it out and celebrate with her. Maggie had a hot damn recently. She said to me in a coaching session, “I just realized that there is no amount of bending myself into a pretzel or trying to control everything I say and do that will make people like me”. I was jumping up and down, hooting and hollering for her! Tha