If you have spent even an ounce of time researching “how to change habits”, you have likely bumped into the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. Well… Grace & Grit…Listen Now!
There are thousands of ways to hide from the work you know you need to do to move your life to higher ground. In fact, most of us have developed…Listen Now!
Habits are your brain’s energy saving mechanism. When you repeat a pattern often enough, your brain develops a strong neural pathway so you can execute the pattern without having to think. Pretty awesome, right?
Well, until it’s not.
There are patterns you are repeating every day that aren’t really serving the life you said you wanted to live. And when the brain memorizes those patterns, well… you stay stuck!
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I share the 5 habits I seem to coach clients on most often to help them improve their health and unstick their life.
Have a listen. I hope it helps you move your life to higher ground.Listen Now!
All month long on the Grace & Grit podcast the theme has been “Women’s Health Through the Ages”. And in the past 3 episodes, I have dished out my best advice for women who want to honor their health at various different ages and stages.
In this final episode of this series, I have invited my incredible friend, Amanda Thebe, to the show to have a real conversation about the challenges women face in the menopausal years and how to move through those years with a bit more ease and grace.
Amanda is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the topic of menopause and she is doing incredible work in the world to help women demystify perimenopause and menopause.Listen Now!
I call the years between 40 and 60 the renovation years.
Because of shifting hormones combined with balancing more responsibilities than ever, we are really presented with an opportunity at this age and stage of life to take stock of our total stress load and make some hard choices in how to better manage that.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I share the advice that I believe women in our age bracket need to hear (far beyond cookie-cutter diet and exercise recommendations).Listen Now!
The month the theme on the Grace & Grit Podcast is Women’s Health Through the Ages.
Last week I dished out some advice about how to raise our girls with Grace and Grit and, in this week’s episode, I share a few thoughts about how women in their 20’s & 30’s can build a life without sacrificing their health to do so.
Even if you are well past your 30’s, this podcast is a great reminder to all women about the toll that too much stress can take on the human body and how we can help one another to navigate life more gracefully.
Have a listen. Share your thoughts. Better yet… share this with a woman you love.Listen Now!
How do we raise girls to honor the needs of their body, mind, and soul?
How do we raise girls to develop deep self-respect and self-love?
How do we raise girls to build resilience against “diet culture”?
We lead from the front, of course. Regardless of whether or not we have daughters.
What would a girl learn from you about self-care, self-respect or even self-love if she observed you for a day?
That is a powerful thing to consider if you are someone who recognizes that women are more than a body and deserve more than what the diet culture has offered them.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I explore the challenges girls are facing in today’s culture and how we can show them, by example, what it means to direct yourself with Grace & Grit.Listen Now!
Every single day I encounter women who are trying to take a giant leap towards a healthier life, rather than simply focusing on the small, seemingly insignificant choices they are making day in and day out. Big change starts most often starts with very small steps which, taken consistently accumulate over time, create radical transformation.
The Slight Edge, by Jeff Olson speaks directly to this point. And in this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, I summarize some of the most powerful lessons presented in this book.
If you are looking for insight on how to improve your habits without the agony of having to completely renovating your life overnight, you don’t want to miss this episode.Listen Now!
Your gut health has been referred to as the second brain! In this interview with holistic nutritionist, Laini Gray, we discuss how important gut health is, and how you can fortify yours.Listen Now!