Posts Tagged as change

Change Can Suck, but It Doesn’t Have To

IT'S BEEN three-and-a-half weeks since we moved to Connecticut, and while we're feeling pretty settled, my commitment to my health has yet to catch up. I'm eating like crap, barely exercising, and wanting lots of sugary treats to help navigate change. Before the move, I exercised about four or five days a ...

What If It Were Easy?

This past weekend, I experienced, without a doubt, the most hellacious move of my life. From running out of room in the moving truck and having to rent another to leading a caravan down the highway during a torrential thunderstorm to pulling over said caravan so I could pour the cat urine out ...

The Power of the Adjustment Period

When I left for the airport a couple of weeks ago, the car said that it was one degree outside. Seven hours later when I arrived in Belize, it was 90 degrees with 85% humidity. My body nearly went into shock, the difference was so extreme. It took me about three or ...

Stuck & Frustrated? Start Here

I'm on a coaching call with Nancy* who is annoyed because she feels like she's spinning her wheels, saying one thing, but doing another. "Why can't I just finally do something about it?" she asks, desperately. Ah, the million dollar question: Why, if you really want to make a change, don't you? Here are the ...

Free To Be You and Me

My niece is getting married in a week. She's the first of the grandchildren to tie the knot, and even though she's 26 years old, it's hard for me to not think of her as 12. Liamarie is a special soul. She is spiritually wise beyond her years, very in touch with ...

Settle into the New

As I head over to my desk to write, I call to one of my cats, Kaya, to tell her it's time for work. When I do this, she'll often follow me over and jump up on a small ottoman (aka her office chair) and settle in next to me. Last week ...

A New Approach to Deal with Change

We did it! We sold the house and are settling into our downsized space. Phase 1 on the journey to the new American dream is in the books, but it hasn't come without its challenges. Change often isn't easy. That which feels unfamiliar can sometimes be terrifying. While packing, Little Kerri would take ...

What Stories Are You Telling?

Holy hell, am I glad the holiday season is over. I didn't realize how out of my body I had become until it was all behind me. I felt like a new woman on January 6th. I love the holidays, don't get me wrong. Once Thanksgiving approaches, I become a little ...

5 Steps to Flip a Blocking Belief

This week marks one year since I began my weight loss and health journey. It’s wild to think it’s been 365+ days since I made the commitment, and it’s crazy to see how far I’ve come. For so long I’d say to myself, “If only I started a year ago, ...

Blaze a New Trail

For a while now, I’ve been chewing on some radical new ideas to break free from the societal shackles I’ve allowed myself to get locked up in. More on all of that at a later date, but it got me thinking. How much time do you spend towing some imaginary ...

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