It is always something. You go on vacation and come back to twice the work you had before you left. Expenses are rising and you feel like a hamster on a wheel as you try to keep as much cash coming in as going out. And busy-ness just kills relationships. This week alone I … [Read more...] about Working Your Way Out of Overwhelm
This is a true story. Last November I sought a functional health doctor to combat swollen joints and possible arthritis. I knew inflammation was an issue and wanted to explore a holistic route prior to going to a rheumatologist. I am not ready to go on a bunch of prescription … [Read more...] about Anxiety over Health Concerns
Reading articles on the Great Resignation and talking to clients through this pandemic season, many voice burnout from the last two years and their need for change, not returning to their old life. I would contend that in many cases, especially in our careers, the pandemic … [Read more...] about Burnout, Shut-Down, and Changing Careers
This post on working through our feelings and not stuffing our emotions was originally posted in 2018. As I work with clients in 2021, through the tumultuous world events that we are all navigating, many of us feel hurt. Some of us still compartmentalize our emotions … [Read more...] about When You Hide Your Hurt, You Can’t Find Healing
Stress and Decision Making Ability Work has been crazy, the kids are a mess, and I only slept 4 hours last night. I just dropped them off at pre-school and am late for my first meeting. The stress is palpable. My heart is racing and I swear I can’t … [Read more...] about Indecision or Stress, Which Comes First?
I guess it is Fall now. In Southern Louisiana it is hard to tell. Although thinning, it is still green everywhere and the high still frequents 94 degrees. But internally, I am ready. Ready for a change in season. Fall for me represents many … [Read more...] about Reflecting on Your Life, New Seasons, and God’s Plan