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Hope vs. Fear

By on Feb 13, 2019 in Blog, Life Balance, Stress | 0 comments

You Have a Choice Ahead of You Life is hard! It brings us many challenges we didn’t expect and weren’t prepared to face. I’ve had days when I’ve struggled to stay hopeful. Many people vacillate between hope and fear. I write this post to remind myself and to remind you to choose hope. There are two orientations towards life; a fearful...

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How to Find Clarity in Life

By on Apr 3, 2017 in Life Balance | 2 comments

I had a big problem in 7th grade. I was being bullied. Most of the torment came at the hands of one kid in particular, but others participated as well. Hair spray was sprayed in my face, my bike was stolen, and a kid pooped on my front porch. I didn’t tell my parents for months, but hid from them the details of my suffering (except the bike and poop). Bad...

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12 Life Balance Tips (Part 2)

By on Sep 27, 2016 in Life Balance | 0 comments

I’m usually not a jerk to my clients, yet I can be one towards my family. Professionally, the consequences of acting poorly are clear to me (e.g. loss of money, reputation, etc.). At home, the consequences are even greater yet rarely on my mind (e.g. damaged relationships). It’s the same type of thing with life balance. Workaholism might not seem costly,...

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12 Life Balance Tips (Part 1)

By on Sep 12, 2016 in Life Balance | 0 comments

Clients frequently tell me they struggle with life balance. What they usually mean is that they struggle to invest enough emotional and physical energy into all the different areas of their life. One or two life areas consume them, and they feel guilty. If this is you, I’m confident these 12 tips will help. 6 Life Balance Activities 1. Trust Yourself Trust...

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3 Life Lessons to Remember

By on Aug 18, 2016 in Blog, Life Balance, Stress | 0 comments

We can learn lessons about ourselves and about life in many different ways – through books, through movies, through friendships, etc – all we have to do is pay attention and stay curious. Recently, Adam and I took Emerson to see the movie The Jungle Book, and it was one of those movies that spoke to me about some specific life lessons. After crying and cheering at...

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