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Your Health Coaching questions answered

What is health coaching? For most Americans, life is a dizzyingly-busy whirlwind of obligations, responsibilities and priorities. Amidst all of this craziness, many of us have our physicians telling us we need to make some changes – or else! We know that all we really need do is get a little more active and eat […]

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Remembering, Letting Go and Creating

Happy New Year To All!  Here’s an exercise that may help you create your life in 2012 with abundance and integrity! Remembering Last year: What was your biggest triumph? What was the smartest decision you made? What one word best sums up and describes your experience? What is your biggest piece of unfinished business? What […]

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Give up making resolutions for the new year

I was going to put up a new post for welcoming the New Year and the idea of  “resolutions.” People set up their resolutions around health, happiness, losing weight, exercising, etc. Then I read my post from last year. Seems I still feel exactly the same way about resolutions. So here’s my post from last […]

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What is a Coach?

When I’m out and about and meeting new people, they ask me what I do. I tell them I’m a coach. They are interested and want to learn more, but I’m finding that trying to explain to people what a coach actually does is a bit of a challenge in 30 seconds or less! First […]

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Thank God I Can Drink – a guest post by Mary Schmidt

April’s health observance is Alcohol Awareness Month. I’m leaving the writing on this particular subject to my good friend, Mary Schmidt. She’s got a take on it that I believe you will all enjoy. Thank God I Can Drink! Some frantic, fried days the cocktail hour shines as a beacon. As I deal with a […]

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Affirmations keep the ‘gremlin’ at bay

Here’s a fact we can take to the bank! Major events in your life such as having children, getting married, career transitions, parenting changes or situations all share one common tie: they can put you and your lifestyle in a predator vs. prey situation, like a frog and a fly! While most changes you undertake […]

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