Monthly Archives: November 2010

Grow In Order To Be Great: The Personal Growth of The Wellness Coach

                Personal growth is a lifelong process, and for the wellness coach it is a key component of their professional development as well. I’ll be blunt. If you are afraid of personal growth … Continue reading

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Real Souvenirs of Travel, and Returning to Basics By Maria Hodkins

When I posted “Bringing Home Wellness: Souvenirs of Awareness” (https://realbalancewellness.wordpress.com/2010/10/13/bringing-home-wellness-souvenirs-of-awareness/) it drew a fabulous comment from my good friend, Maria Hodkins, who is an itinerant chef and cooking instructor, . Rather than have those words languish in the backwaters of commentary … Continue reading

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High Tech Can Dissolve Healthy Boundaries For Business Travelers

More and more jobs are requiring people to engage in travel as a continual part of their work. High tech solutions to communication have made it easier to travel and get the job done, and, to our stress-level’s demise, travel … Continue reading

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