Health & Wellness Strategies To Change Your Life!
A WELLNESS COACH CAN HELP YOU WITH...
A variety of areas in your life including, but not limited to:
Sleep & Stress Management
Fitness & Activity
Healthy Nutrition at Every Age
Grow Your Mindset
WHAT PEOPLE SAY...
About Coaching and how it affects their lives
Coaching helps me to feel accountable and take risks that I sometimes put on the back burner - I know I can change, I sometimes need the nudge and support in my corner. Thanks, Sue
"Sue - is the most positive person I know and helped me to learn strategies I could use everywhere - home, work, and play - I've seen a difference in myself and especially with my children learning to be more positive." 🙂
"I feel like we got what we needed out of the program and many on the team are really enthusiastic about beginning to reshape our function and try new things. Personally I've collected a lot of take aways and some new techniques that I'll be practicing."
Thanks very much for your facilitation. It is clear that you love what you do!
NEW FROM THE BLOG...
Latest posts to inform you about Health & Well-Being at Work, Home, Play
Understanding health and wellness is not an easy task. Many if not most people read reports and hear suggestions or lectures about eating healthy, exercising, getting enough sleep, and being mindful so stress and anxiety do not build up inside. The suggestions and lectures sometimes prompt one to seek out diets, exercise, or sleep programs, however, many people fall victim […]
Change theories inform people and organizations on how to break habits, addictions, patterns, and provide steps on how to elevate life, work, and play. Some theories provide frameworks to follow, others provide probing questions to reflect on dimensions of a typical day, week, process, procedure, and some theories illustrate how change may not be a viable […]
Daily choices affect many areas in a person’s life and by understanding how one food choice may affect both diet and sleep or fitness or mindset or stress levels, a person can begin to make better choices. By assessing where one is on the wellness continuum and which health dimensions are lacking, a coachee and coach create […]
The popular movie “The Wizard of Oz” has a well-known song – “Follow the Yellow Brick Road,” sung by Munchkins who offer five words of advice. They tell Dorothy in little magical voices to Follow the Yellow Brick Road and repeat the word “Follow” five more times. Aside from assuring Dorothy the yellow bricks will […]
Workplace Wellness is not an Oxymoron! So many articles, posts, blogs, and chatter about Employee Engagement – Well-Being – and Workplace Wellness- does it really matter? Bad News Actually, it matters more than many employers care to realize or invest in and the result is crushing a company’s bottom line with increased costs related […]
Since the beginning of time – Workplaces have been contributing to Illness – stressors on deadlines, product delivery, desk job physical inactivity, factory noise levels, and other job related activities that tax the body’s mental and physical abilities. Current research suggests that when done right, Workplaces that implement both health promotion and disease prevention programs […]
Middle School /Junior High Transitions Does one cry, laugh, or hold one’s breath when a child is approaching that age of puberty? What can be done when hormones, changes in attitude, and physical development are all on a collision course within a 12 – 15 yr old body? The answers are dependent on who the child is, […]
High School Transitions Arrival to high school can erupt many emotions for a young teenager: an apprehension at being the new kid on the block; exhilaration on achieving that long awaited destination; or just basic confusion on how it all fits together. High school transitions prompt a quick reflection on those previous grade school and middle or jr high transitions and demand a […]
Grade School Transitions can be Sunny, Cloudy, Stormy or Mostly Sunny! September rolls around and young children are either sad that their play, beach, or friend time just got sliced in half or they may be happy that their learning, new friend, or structured time has increased. Naturally there are those children who fall in between, […]
Transition Tips for Pre-K-, K, 1st graders! At the end of August, transitions for Pre-K, K, 1st graders begin. Dwindling away are days of sleepovers, picnics, pool and beach time, and play dates end earlier with the setting sun. Aside from food and fun, families are preparing children to transition from pre-school to Kindergarten or from Kindergarten […]