It is that time of season where everyone is celebrating a new year. For some of us, this is the time of season where we do these challenges like “New Year, New Me.” Last year, I helped you to make successful diet resolutions. And the year before that I took a look at how a growth mindset could benefit you and your new year. This year, to help you really hone in on all of your goals this year, I want to focus on a key element often forgotten about when it comes to goal-setting, an often-neglected question: What is your Why?
Starting last year, I had this crazy idea to see just how many words I’ve written over the course of a year. If interested in seeing my Year in Review 2021, click that link to be taken to it. This year I am going to do the same thing, but go through the various hats that I wear and break down everything that I’ve accomplished. These accomplishments are in no specific order, but I’ve just decided to stick to the order that was in the blog post I did last year. As you’ll notice, this no longer just includes the word written, as I have done way more than just writing this year. This year, I’ve grown. As an overview, however, this is what the spread of my writing looked like over the past year.
As we all get busier and busier in today’s world, sometimes it can be difficult to make an appointment at the gym. For those of you who are dread lifting weights, doing cardio, or get easily intimidated when you see people doing High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), have no fear, this blog post is for you. In this blog post, I am going to be telling you all 5 benefits of walking and 3 easy ways to increase your step count.
Robin Sharma authored the book 5 A.M. Club, and in it he discusses how “world-class performers” wake up at 5 a.m. While the book isn’t the most captivating of reads due to a plotline that is overly contrived, the message and the advice given within the book is superb. It helps people understand the value of waking up early
While it is still early in the new year, I want to compile this list of my top five non-fiction books that I suggest people try to tackle this year, or at the very list, add to their ‘to-read’ pile. These five books have been influential in my personal growth as an individual, my spiritual growth, my intellectual growth, and my career growth. I am hoping that these books also can do the same for you.
I mentioned in another blog post about why I’m choosing to become a holistic health coach. In this post, I wanted to dive deeper into what exactly is holistic health. I’ll be showing how it differs from traditional health and why we need to consider our own holistic health. What is Holistic Health? How does …