10 Ways to Not Feel Stuck . . . Part III
July 28, 2019 | Liz Forman
There are so many benefits to meditation that if you’re not doing it, you just don’t know what you’re missing. Please don’t say you don’t have the time.
You have the time for sure.
Take 5 minutes away from your surfing the interwebs and take the time for you.
Meditation: reduces stress, increases happiness and wellbeing, improves concentration, helps bring in more self awareness, slows down the aging process, improves your ability to handle situations, increases focus, helps with anxiety and enhances self esteem. I could fill up the page with the benefits here, so just know, this is a game changer.
10 Ways to Not Feel Stuck . . . Part II
July 21, 2019 | Liz Forman
2. Fresh Foods
Just like water, fresh foods are hydrating. If you’re like me and you sustain on an all veg diet, you may derive your diet from mostly fresh food. If not, well I say it is worth a try.
If you have ever tried to eat a day full of fresh veggies and fruits, you will see it is hard to feel stuck.
The foods are so ridiculously delicious and good for you but also, they are full of what your body needs. And eating in a way that is so close with nature provides your body with so much energy as well as clears up a lot of the guck that a processed diet can leave behind.
10 Ways to Not Feel Stuck . . . Part I
July 14, 2019 | Liz Forman
1. Drink Water
Water is our lifeline. Water is fluid and helps to create fluidity. In your body. In your thoughts. Our earth is mostly water. Our bodies are mostly water. We can live on mostly water, alone.
Water is essential for life. Your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate temperature and properly maintain its functions.
As your body loses water through breathing, movement and perspiration, and digestion, it's important to rehydrate by drinking plenty of fresh water every day. Water helps your body maintain balance and makes your skin look amazing, too.
So Who Needs A Life Coach Anyway?
July 7, 2019 | Liz Forman
Well, as I write out my posts and talk to more people, I realize there are a lot of thoughts out there about coaching in general and who actually hires coaches. As I am a coach myself, clearly, I thought, why not, let's clear up some of these questions.
What exactly is a life coach? Who needs a life coach? How do I hire a life coach? What is the investment?
Click the button below, and I’ll address these questions in detail, so you can dig in!
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