“You can’t pour from an empty cup.” “Put your oxygen mask on first before you assist others.” There are so many different quotes out there about self-care and the importance of self-care. Taking time to care for ourselves is important and sometimes I feel like it becomes just another thing to do on my task… Continue reading Self-Care – When it Becomes Just Another To-do List Item
Worrying is like paying a debt you don’t owe. – Mark Twain I heard this phrase from another participant in a group coaching program a little over a month ago, and it has really stuck with me. What lizards are you turning into dragons? For me overthinking is what always leads to me turning a… Continue reading What Lizards Are You Turning Into Dragons?
Having a career that includes a lot of travel can bring about some ups and downs. Ups getting to travel to new places and spaces to deliver the message on how to find recovery from burnout and support people when they are struggling. Meeting new people and leaving knowing that I have made a difference… Continue reading The Drained Battery￼
Several organizations that I have been a member of use passing of candlelight as part of their rituals and ceremonies. Often referring to the passing of values, wisdom, ideals, and support to the next generation of members. Last week I was reading, and this phrase jumped out to me, and I knew I wanted to… Continue reading A Candle Loses Nothing by Lighting Another Candle
As we conclude my series for an intentionally restful summer, I have enjoyed bringing these ideas on how we can better rest based on each of the six areas of wellness. For our final week of #SummerReset and #SummerRecovery I am focusing on Spiritual Rest. Be sure to read the last post on Intellectual Rest!… Continue reading Summer Solstice – Reset and Recovery Week Six Spiritual Rest