This episode is part of the Grace & Grit Summer Remix Series which started with episode 330. This series will reintroduce episodes that have previously been published as reminders that self-development…Listen Now!
Life is full of stressors and, while it may not be possible to live completely stress-free, it is absolutely possible to live with a lot less stress than you are…Listen Now!
A lot of women I consult with, who are frustrated with their state of health, often say to me that they don’t feel all that stressed.
Which if you really think about it, isn’t all that surprising considering we have normalized living in a constant state of stress.
In this episode we explore what it means to be in a healthy relationship with stress.Listen Now!
I don’t know about you but, I don’t just want to live my life, I want to rock my life.
And to do that I need to stay honest with myself about when I am in need of recovery, restoration and revitalization.
But aren’t those the same things? You might be wondering:)
The wellness industry tends to focus on recovery, which is oh-so-important, but it also isn’t enough to live your best life (with a strong dose of enthusiasm).
Tune into this episode if you are someone who wants to shape your life into the most vibrant experience.Listen Now!
Psychologist Angela Duckworth defines Grit as “perseverance and passion for long-term goals”.
I am a big fan of the quality, which is why it is a part of my business name.
That being said, letting go of things that no longer serve you, is ALSO a very necessary part of self-development that we don’t talk enough about.
In this episode, I share some of my thoughts about knowing when to apply grit to your journey and knowing when to quit certain things along your journey.
I hope it helps you practice more grace AND grit.Listen Now!
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I talk about when and how to use stressors like calorie reduction and intense exercise to accelerate the fat loss response.
I also address:
• the “maturity spectrum” of fat loss
• ways to tweak diet and exercise when you’ve hit a plateau
• the cost of leanness
… and so much more