Motivation

how to get fit

How to get fit: 5 tips for exercise when it is the last thing on your mind

I often ask myself if I’ll ever get in shape again.  How is it possible to be fit when you have little ones, and NO energy, and a billion other things on your plate?  We get so bogged down by the day to day minutiae.  Dishes. Laundry. School pick-up. Play dates. Work meetings.  Doctor’s appointments. …

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Positive thinking every day: How you can find joy in the little things

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moving day

How You Can Make Moving Day As Stress Free As Possible

Can we all agree that moving day is the worst? When was the last time you moved? Was it a pleasant experience, or unpleasant? What could have made it go smoother? We just moved less than a year ago, so it’s an experience still fresh in my mind. Moving day doesn’t have to be all bad! Maybe you’re excited to leave your current neighborhood for a better one. Or maybe you’re excited to upgrade your space because you’re drowning in toys. (Raising my hand over here!) Maybe you’re excited for better schools for your kids. But actually moving? The packing tape, and bubble wrap, and trying to convince friends to help?

Limiting beliefs- Why you should change the way you talk to your children

This is a really stressful time for a lot of people, and in case you did not realize it, our kids are noticing!

They are feeling anxiety, and sensing tension, and noticing that you might not be quite yourself.

We all have limiting beliefs. I’m not good enough. I’m ugly. Or even, I’m worthless. I can’t do it. I’ll never be successful. Unfortunately, these thoughts often originate in our childhood.