Category Archives: Health

movement habit

5 Secrets to Sticking with Your Movement Habit

There are two really hard parts of building a regular movement habit. Starting it, and sticking with it. Today, we’re talking about how to keep going with it once you’ve broken the seal, and how to get back on track… more →


5 Ways Walking Can Change Your Life 

Today I’m taking aim at the idea that in order for exercise to count, you have to be wearing spandex and you have to break a sweat, and I’m doing it by shining a light on the life-changing magic of… more →

find time to exercise

How to Find the Time to Exercise

OK, so you’re convinced that it’s time for you to move more, if only you can find the time to exercise. That’s what you’ll learn how to do in today’s episode. It’s part of a week of episodes on moving… more →

10 Mindful Breaths

Reset Your Brain: 10 Mindful Breaths

One meditation technique that you can use to reset your ability to pay attention is to take 10 mindful breaths with no thinking. That’s it. No sitting for 20 minutes or 30 minutes. No having your foot fall asleep. You… more →

to focus

Giving Your Brain What It Needs to Focus

Do you need help paying attention? That’s what we’re talking about today, from being able to focus, maybe at work, to giving the people you love and aspects of your life the attention they need. I read an interview with… more →

walking can change your life

How Walking Can Change Your Life

I know a lot of people got thrown off of regular exercise during the pandemic because gyms closed. Maybe you walked or ran or rode your bike in the early days of lockdown but then winter set in and it… more →

having a pet

3 Ways Having a Pet Makes You a Better Person

There are three ways having a pet makes you a better person. This isn’t just for my pet parent listeners. If you’ve been thinking about getting some kind of pet, maybe this episode will help give you a nudge. And… more →


Listen to Your Laziness

Something that gets just completely frowned upon in our productivity focused society is laziness. But you could have a very good reason to be feeling–or being perceived–as lazy. AND that feeling of not wanting to do anything–which, I fully admit,… more →