It’s a physiological thing…

Our brains are wired up to assume that that we are always thinking about what we want. Your brain thinks that it's job is to bring you what you think about, that is, what you want.  Isn't that so nice of your brain? This is why, when you've been thinking about ditching the minivan and [...]

By | October 18th, 2013|action, brain, mom, mommies, moms|Comments Off on It’s a physiological thing…

Avoid the New Year’s Resolutionist’s Mistake!

Hello, my lovely New Year's Resolutionists! It's that time of year...You may be thinking about your New Year’s Resolutions for 2013.If you know me, you know I'm not the biggest fan of New Year's Resolutions…well, at least, how they traditionally work…Why, you ask? Three reasons! 1. Resolutions Start at the Goal New Year's Resolutions often have you starting at [...]

By | November 27th, 2012|beliefs, brain, healthy habits, how to stay motivated, new year's resolutions, planning|Comments Off on Avoid the New Year’s Resolutionist’s Mistake!

Know the Difference Between Your Mind and Your Brain!

Hello! Is you brain holding you back from making the awesome changes in your life? Could be...Your brain has this physiological survival technique that may be hindering you from keeping up with your healthy habits. Your brain likes to regulate everything in your body so it hums and works perfectly. Unfortunately, this often includes manipulating [...]

By | February 2nd, 2010|brain, getting things done, healthy habits, meditation, mind, procrastination, productive|Comments Off on Know the Difference Between Your Mind and Your Brain!

Something is ALWAYS better than NOTHING!

Hello!I am writing this blog to illustrate how easy it is to get started on a task. This goes out to a client of mine that I saw yesterday that has been putting off starting a blog for weeks!When you are putting something off, chances are you are making if far more difficult in your [...]

By | May 27th, 2009|action, atlanta, brain, find a therapist, getting things done, motivation, procrastination, tasks, therapist, therapy, to do lists, visualization|Comments Off on Something is ALWAYS better than NOTHING!