In essence, both self-care and trees shedding their leaves in the fall emphasize the importance of recognizing the need for change, letting go of what no longer serves us, and embracing transformation as a natural part of life. Autumn serves as a powerful reminder that self-nurturing and adapting to change are essential for overall well-being and growth, whether on a personal or natural level.
by Kathi Szabo Six months have come and gone. In just another week, we will start the second half of 2023. Did you make any goals for the year? Any New Year Intentions? Summer is a perfect time to recommit to our Intentions, reimagine our goals, make any adjustments...
Our bodies are not us, but as we age, they need more care. Just like your home or your car, things need to be serviced regularly and sometimes more frequently as they get older. Our bodies are the same. Our physical self-care at 20 and our physical self-care at 50, will not look the same. It will evolve as we age and we must use our inner wisdom to notice when we need to change.
by Kathi Szabo Why do we worry? For most of my life I tended to worry. I worried about money. I worried about being punctual. Heck, I worried about what people would think. Worry as a verb is giving way to anxiety or unease. It’s letting the mind dwell on the...
Retreats are travel with a purpose. Intentionally embracing the well-being benefits we are blessed with when we explore new destinations, and cultures and partake in novel activities.
When we start talking about mindset and personal development, many think of it as trying to be happy all the time. I soon learned that’s not the case at all.
Although we can train our brains to have more positive emotions, find gratitude and look at the glass half full rather than half empty, a true growth mindset sees the darkness and then learns from it.