I came across this interesting website that allows you to answer questions to learn about your personality type. It seemed pretty accurate for me, so check out 16 personalities and learn more about yourself.
Many of my clients struggle with self-acceptance and other issues of self-worth. This is a good read to help you be a better friend to yourself. via Therapists Spill: 12 Ways to Accept Yourself | Psych Central
Punctuality, particularly first thing in the morning, has never been my strongest suit. I’m such a motivated person throughout the day, and that fire can stay strong well into the evening hours when I should be winding down; then getting up and running in the morning is hell. I read this fantastic article from Foundr about some important tips…
This article is just a little more science behind why having a “cheat meal” will help you reach your fitness goals all the same.
Interesting article about memory from spring.org.uk
Many clients who struggle with abusing substances also struggle with diminished self-worth and self-acceptance. Here’s a great article from PsychCentral to work on self-acceptance. Even those with a healthy sense of self can benefit from a few of these steps–check it out. http://psychcentral.com/lib/therapists-spill-12-ways-to-accept-yourself/
It’s been 1 week of my changes to a lifestyle of fitness, so I thought I’d post this motivational message. It’s from a site called Meditations for Women. “Keep the passion for change alive.” When you decide to change something in your life you start out with commitment, determination and passion to make it happen. But,…
Today is a day for turning over a new leaf; like so many Americans, I struggle to maintain a heathy weight. While exercise is super-important, nutrition is the key to making an impact and living healthfully, so for the next 21 days I’m going to make some drastic changes to the way I eat. Coupled…
A great article from Lifehacker, there may be some suggestions in here that can improve your life. 60 Small Ways to Improve Your Life in the Next 100 Days
Happy 2014 everyone! Like so many of us, I have some pretty cliché New Years Resolutions this year–but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to make them happen. At the top of my list (and most other people’s) is quitting smoking. One thing I’ve found comforting and helpful during this process is that I’ve quit before….