Recovering From My Month of Recovery.
Considering the Upside of the Inner Critic. It was nearing the end of April, and the month had been markedly more stressful than usual. The irony is that April had been my self-prescribed “month of recovery” from exhaustion. Since I completed a contract commitment at the end of March, the timing for a self-renewal seemed…Read More
Your Miracle Drug Lurks in Plain Sight. Do you intentionally devote time and energy each week to activities that are not urgent? If I told you that I did, would you consider me pollyannish? Irrational? When you pause to consider it, the most important and worthy activities to live a fulfilling and contented life are…Read More
“The World is but a Canvas to Your Imagination.”
Once we’re connected to our values, our decisions about where to spend our time and energy become apparent.Read More
The Stanley Effect.
Three Central Tenets, One Huge Inspiration. I’m leaning into my independence and taking creative license this month. This is one of the perks of being my own boss! Not only have I delayed the release of DRIVEN’s monthly newsletter and blog article by one week, but today’s piece is not even our traditional type of…Read More
Take it From a Healthy Habits Fanatic.
3 Tiny Changes That Will Keep You In The Present. As I’ve been settling into a daily cadence, my well-being has become an effortless endeavor. Okay, that’s not entirely true, but it is becoming intentional! In my last article, I shared five tactics for anchoring moments of mental rejuvenation into your day. These strategic seconds serve…Read More
Install Your Own Daily “Speedbumps”.
5 Easy Moves to Refresh Your Brain. My 2022 focus is considering how to better live my life— both in the present and for my future, wiser self. This aligns with my professional mission: to coach my clients to live their best lives, too. This has, honestly, become a tad challenging on both fronts, as…Read More
The Marathon of Life Requires CADENCE.
Announcing My 2022 Word of the Year! I was on the track team in High School. In my senior year we were 6 girls and usually won our meets (Talk about “small but mighty”!) Our strategy was that we would each compete in four different events at every meet, and four was the max. We…Read More
Let The Circle Be Unclosed.
How To Ditch Assumptions & Conclusions and Start the New Year Off Right! DRIVEN’s 2021 Word of the Year, Space, provided readers with the motivation and the necessary discipline to explore multiple angles of creating space in life. This came in handy for those who were overwhelmed by the rollercoaster nature of 2021. Whether it…Read More
Walking The Talk, And Stumbling
My Real-Time Experience With Neuroplasticity! I’m once again reminded that I’m DRIVEN’s best client. Over the past several months, I’ve been leading lots of DRIVEN to Wellness workshops for organizations who want to support their employees as the uncertainty of the workplace continues. Learning to manage stress, build resilience and incorporate mindfulness in the workplace…Read More
Give Yourself Some Space
Reframing Your Relationship with Stress Stress is essential to living. Even amoebas experience stress. If you had zero stress, you would merely exist. And while “being more, doing less” is an aspiration, too much of anything is not healthy. Of course we know that too much stress can be hazardous. This said, I invite you…Read More