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Top 3 Habit Books

Top 3 Habit Books

FollowFollow Habits are my jam. That’s the best way (currently) to describe how much I like habits, specifically healthy habits. Because they work in the background without us even noticing (most of the time), they make an incredible ally for our health when we set up...
A Year of 30Min

A Year of 30Min

FollowFollow When I began health coaching full time a little over a year ago, I also began doing 30 minutes of non-negotiable movement/exercise every.single.day. It’s one of the core goals I have for myself with coaching – to eventually get my clients to...
Critical Threshold

Critical Threshold

FollowFollow One of my habit mentors, James Clear (even though he doesn’t know he’s my mentor), has a few examples of reaching a critical threshold that I just have to share with you. And then expand upon, obviously. His examples go as such from his book, Atomic...
One Way To Fail

One Way To Fail

FollowFollow There’s only ONE way you can fail at your health: if you stop trying. That’s the single message of this entire post, so if you get nothing else from me as a coach, I hope you get that. When you stop trying to get healthier, or to do better, or to live...
Troubleshooting Habits

Troubleshooting Habits

FollowFollow Knowing the anatomy of a habit and how habits fit into our lives, sometimes there’s still something missing. And it can be REALLY frustrating trying to figure out why a habit just isn’t sticking, or just isn’t working. As much as you’ve planned it out and...
Green Thumb with Habits

Green Thumb with Habits

FollowFollow Last week was habit anatomy and now this week a habit has a garden?! Whaaattttt? Haha I feel ya – who knew there was so much to know about habits?  Luckily for us, it’s really simple when we break it down. And this week it’s not that habits have a...