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Winter Dip

Out of all the things that people come to me for and what I coach people on, this topic remains a challenge for me. Maybe you know it as the Dip, the Blues or Winter Depression. If you're familiar with this experience you know what it feels like. If you don't know: getting out of bed seems

By |2022-03-14T05:00:37+01:00March 14th, 2022|burnout, depression, energized, fear of failure, FOMO|0 Comments

Outdated Mindset maybe?

You're online, so you're getting bombarded with all the New Year resolutions programs. Catchy hooks about quarantine and remote work life. How a free webinar will change your life. I don't buy it. You don't buy it. Who buys this stuff anyways? As a group coach who's motto is Stay Energized, I watch the Cycle

By |2022-03-14T04:59:20+01:00March 14th, 2022|burnout, mindset, reflection, visioning|0 Comments

Intimidating Goals

2022 is here. For some reason, a new year creates both excitement, and anxiety. Setting bold goals for the new year can sometimes feel intimidating. We start the year optimistically, with big aspirations. We try to achieve every single goal on our lists, working towards a vision. But as the months go by, we realize

By |2022-03-14T04:55:58+01:00March 14th, 2022|expectations, fear of failure, goalsetting, inner critic|0 Comments

Schedule Some Time for You

New Year is the perfect occasion for updating your mindset and resetting your life into something that makes you feel more comfortable and happier. Do you ever feel like you spend most of your time working, rushing and stressing out? Like the day goes by with you running around trying to get stuff done and

By |2022-03-14T04:54:20+01:00March 14th, 2022|boundaries, burnout, energized, me time, rush|0 Comments

Celebrating Boundaries

December Holidays are days that we are meant to spend with our loved ones, but in many cases, these gatherings can get on our nerves. Family members asking awkward questions, criticizing our life decisions, and the list goes on. Sometimes, rather than a family reunion, it feels like entering the butcher. I want to share

By |2022-03-14T04:52:01+01:00March 14th, 2022|boundaries, expectations, family pressure, fear of failure|0 Comments

Giving vs. Receiving

What do you enjoy more? Receiving or giving? Most people I work with are natural givers, and the ‘gift season’ offers interesting challenges. Bigger is better. The more the merrier. What do you give to someone who has everything? Apparently, that question holds a painful truth. A 37-year-old corporate athlete that just burned out taught

Nightmare on Holiday St

If you think everyone looks forward to reuniting with family during December holidays, I have a story for you. One of my clients opened my eyes to a different experience in this cold month. She didn't cherish any fond memories like family recipes or hugs and gifts around the fireplace. The outlook of spending more

By |2022-03-14T04:47:44+01:00March 14th, 2022|expectations, family pressure, judging, perfectionism, trauma|0 Comments

wanted: Perfect Partner

They say there’s a lid for every pot. But they don't say anything about how or where to find the lid. How do you even start looking for a perfect partner? My dream partner certainly holds expectations that aren’t even mine. I’ve learned my parents’ standards by heart: financial stability, raised in a “good” family

By |2022-03-14T04:42:48+01:00March 14th, 2022|ageing, expectations, perfectionism, relationship|0 Comments

Kind (grand)parents

My Nana is hands down the nicest person in the world. Without a shadow of a doubt. She bakes my favorite pastries even when it’s not a special occasion. She lights up every room with her contagious smile, and therefore, invites others to smile alongside her. She makes it seem so effortless! She’s the only

By |2022-03-14T04:38:53+01:00March 14th, 2022|imposter syndrome, inner critic, overthinking|0 Comments
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