7 Camping Tips

7 Camping Tips

Posted on Aug 24, 2017 in Energy Work, Health, Organizing

August is prime camping season here in Seattle! I recently returned home after a solo camping trip (with Olive of course!) to Mount Rainier’s beautiful Ohanapecosh Campground.  I have gone camping by myself a handful of times and, as an introvert, absolutely cherish the alone time. I’ve loved camping since I was little- pitching a […]

Doggie Sorbet

Doggie Sorbet

Posted on Aug 10, 2017 in Health, Recipes

We’ve been having a bit of a heat wave in Seattle this summer (nothing like living in Florida, of course!)  so I’ve been helping my dog stay cool with a special little frozen treat.  They are super easy to make, and dogs love them! Ingredients 1 cup water 1/4 cup coconut milk 1 banana 1/4 […]

Toastmasters for Clearing Clutter

Toastmasters for Clearing Clutter

Posted on Aug 3, 2017 in Energy Work, Health, Organizing, Toastmasters

How Toastmasters Can Help You Clear Clutter In my opinion, Toastmasters is one of the very best things anyone can do for their personal and professional growth.  As you read this post, if you’re not already a Toastmaster, put yourself in the shoes of someone who has already joined the club. As a member of […]

Reiki

Reiki

Posted on Mar 17, 2017 in Energy Work, Health, Toastmasters

This weekend I received my Master Teacher attunement from Daisy Thompson, which will allow me to pass on attunements to others.  What an amazing gift, thank you Daisy!  I highly suggest signing up for a class with Daisy, or stopping by for a group meditation.  Check out her website here. This post is derived from […]

Health Benefits of Creativity

Health Benefits of Creativity

Posted on Mar 16, 2017 in Art, Health

I help creative people use mindfulness techniques to be more confident with their self-expression. So a lot of what I talk to my clients about are making tweaks to their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health habits, so that they can be more creative. In this post, I will explain how exercising your creativity actually […]

HMBA Retreat in San Diego

HMBA Retreat in San Diego

Posted on Feb 2, 2017 in Events, Health

Lessons from HMBA Retreat As some of you may know, I am a certified health coach, but because I LOVE to continue to grow and learn, am now enrolled in the Health Coach Institute’s year-long Holistic MBA program. Taught by Carey Peters and Stacey Morgenstern, the two leaders of HCI, this program takes us deeper […]

Ioana Todoran

Ioana Todoran

Posted on Feb 2, 2017 in Events, Health, Recommended Services

I had the pleasure of getting to know Ioana Todoran at Studioworks Ballard in November during our holiday event. She is a licensed acupuncturist, but what really caught my attention was her Tibetan Sound Bowl Therapy.   She did a demonstration on me where she let me relax in a reclining chair while she played bowls […]

Sleepless in Seattle

Sleepless in Seattle

Posted on Jan 20, 2017 in Events, Health, Recommended Services

Do you get enough sleep? If not, contact the Sleep Coach, Mag Secretartio through his website or through Facebook.  Yesterday I attended Mag’s “Sleepless in Seattle” workshop at WeWork in South Lake Union. Mag has a dynamic and soothing presence to him- you’ll know what I mean when you interact with him. When I spoke […]

How to Kick Sugar, Part 1

How to Kick Sugar, Part 1

Posted on Jan 12, 2017 in Art, Health

I’m an artist and a health coach. I help creative people form healthy habits so they can be productive and confident with their self-expression.   I believe that eating sugar can have a serious impact on your level of productivity and confidence. After reading this, you will be able to identify 2 steps that will help […]

Be Unapologetically Who You Are

Be Unapologetically Who You Are

Posted on Jan 4, 2017 in Books, Events, Health, Recommended Services

Jessica Butts, business and relationship coach, retired psychotherapist, and author of Live your Life from the Front Seat, gave an outstanding presentation at our National Association of Professional Organizers meeting last night. Her mantra is “Be Unapologetically Who You Are” and spoke about the Meyers Briggs type test. Jessica illustrated how knowing your MBTI (Meyers […]