10 Signs of Sleep Deprivation

Have you been known to doze off while working at the computer or during a business meeting? Do you feel tired daily? Are you one of the many running around sleep-deprived? Then, you may want to read on. More and more people are suffering from sleep deprivation. It means we are not getting an adequate amount of sleep to function
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6 Easy Ways to Avert Stress

Is it worth knowing a few simple ways to help redirect, reduce or prevent stress? We don’t always have the time to manage the root cause and symptoms of our stressors. Yet, we can make a few changes before and during stressful moments to stay focused and calm until we can take a deeper dive into coping with our daily
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Signs We are Evolving

How do you know you are evolving? This question was an inquiry by my client during a nurse coaching session. Life change begins in consciousness. The potential for change can be scary and uncomfortable, and uplifting and freeing all at the same time. Some choose to embrace change while others resist. Evolving is about opening our awareness, tapping into our
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Burnout vs. Stress: What You Need to Know

Do you force yourself to go to work and then have difficulty staying focused and productive? Are you critical at work, irritable and frustrated with co-workers or clients? Are you disenchanted and feeling trapped in your job like there is no way out? Do you feel overwhelmed and dread with way too much to do? Are you self-medicating with alcohol,
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Water And A Mission

Water. We cannot survive without it. We turn on the faucet and flush our toilets and don’t think twice until our situation changes perhaps due to natural disasters or failing infrastructure. This article is a little different from my other writings yet still educational as I spotlight one group and three outstanding women. I recently learned more about our worldwide
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Your Shadow Self

Inside each of us is a darker side, certain personality traits we don’t want others to see, much less acknowledge and accept in ourselves. Displaying our weaknesses for all to see is uncomfortable, so we hide these unconscious wounded aspects of ourselves. This hidden self is called the shadow self, a concept introduced by the Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung. He
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7 Must-Have Herbs for Stress and Memory

How many times do you find yourself forgetting things or you are at a loss for words? Do you ever wish you were more mentally clear and focused? Do you have difficulty relaxing enough to get a good night’s sleep? Have you found that when you are feeling stressed, it makes matters even worse? It is well documented that stress
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12 Simple Messages for 2019

Wishing you a blessed, prosperous and Happy New Year. As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the year that has passed and be thankful for all the blessings we have received. Be grateful for the all the challenges that helped you to grow spiritually and personally. In the New Year to come, welcome new beginnings and
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7 Holiday Indulging Eating Tips

The holidays are a smorgasbord of tantalizing foods and drink. It is possible to indulge in the festivities and still feel good afterwards. There are ways to stay healthy and maintain your weight without feeling deprived. As a health and wellness nurse coach, I hear many of my clients’ anxiety and fear over holiday eating. Some are afraid of gaining
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Hearing No

How many times a day do you tell yourself no? How often do you stop your growth by listening to the messages you received and believed in childhood? If you said yes to either of these questions, then you might want to read on. I will share a story that shows how the messages we receive in childhood can affect
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