In life coaching we often encounter a tension between two ways of improving your life: taking action versus changing your attitude and appreciating what you have.
And of course there's no one answer. As a life coach, every session with a client is absolutely unique and every situation has its own solution.
All that being said, it's easy for those of us that are in productivity/accomplishment driven cultures to hyper-focus on action as our mode for changing our lives.
When I was 16, I got a purity ring.
And when I was 25, I took it off.
I didn’t tell anyone I was doing it — it wasn’t a statement or an emotional thing. I just slipped it off my finger that day and, before tucking it away in a box, ran my finger around the words on the familiar gold band.
The New York Fed recently reported that outstanding student debt rose 1.1 percent from $904 billion three months earlier. The loans were taken out by students and their parents, and the majority are backed by the U.S. government.
Ninety-day delinquency rates for student loans increased to 8.9 percent from 8.69 percent in the first quarter, the New York Fed said. Since the peak in household debt in the third quarter of 2008, student-loan debt has increased by $303 billion, while other forms of debt fell a combined $1.6 trillion.
Well, my dear blog followers, I'm changing my blogging schedule and I'd like to explain why.
I've got a lot going on in my life. I will now be teaching at a local college and I'm amping up work on my life coaching book… And that's on top of my coaching work.
I believe that a life coach should practice what she preaches, so this means I need to do some rebalancing!
Hummus simply means "chickpeas" in Arabic. What I have created is an easy creamy garlic hummus recipe that anyone can make in minutes in a food processor for around $1.50. While shopping the other day we noticed the cost of this frugal dip coming in at a whopping $4.50 for a 500 g tub.
You can find Tahini paste down the ethnic section at your local grocery shop for around $4-6 for a large container.
The Southern Baptists cooked more than 2,000 meals at this location on Sept. 1 and 10,000 meals on Sept. 2. These hot meals will be delivered by American Red Cross emergency response vehicles to communities along the North shore of Lake Ponchartrain in Louisiana. Many of these community experienced severe flooding, wind damage and were without electricity following Hurricane Isaac.