Are you and your mate considering getting a pet? If so this can be an incredibly exciting time for you both! Congratulations! Before the excitement gets the best of you, I want to point out some things for you both to consider as you bring in a living furry creature into your relationship. If you discuss these 5 questions you shouldn’t have to wait a certain amount of time before you get a pet together:
I think it’s very interesting to note, that what is commonly thought of as the truth about any subject, is usually outdated and quite often totally false. I can only speak about my field of health, fitness and longevity for sure, but I suspect it is also true in other areas as well. The myths of cholesterol, calcium, sunlight and aerobic exercise are all good examples.
Check out my recent interview on Real Coaching Radio TV Network from Thursday, April 26, 2012, at 4pm EST. Learn about the latest and best in health coaching and how you can learn to improve your wellness foundation in 3 easy steps. http://www.stickam.com/viewMedia.do?mId=193124614 On the call you can really get a candid view of health coaching and what I have learned from many years of experience - some great tips towards the end. 30 Minutes in duration and I hope it is helpful!
We all want a soulmate. “The One.” Your perfect partner who can read your mind + finish your sentences. We want fate + fireworks. But believing in predetermined destiny is limiting. It leaves little room for adventure + what life may want to give you. What if The One isn’t who you thought they would be?
Think less. Bitch less. Push less. + create more. The universe responds to your diligence but it also responds to your joy. Consider when it’s time to pull back. Not, by the way, to be confused with letting go. “Easing up” is taking your foot off the gas. Just a tad. It’s 45 miles an hour, not 60. A 5K run instead of a 10K.
You know how it goes – how it feels. You know the thoughts that trip through your head. Maybe I’m just in a bad mood. Maybe this is just the reality of long term relationships and I need to be more realistic. Maybe if I (or both of us) try harder, it will feel right. So you stick it out. You take it a day at a time. And it doesn’t get better. Why do we let relationships linger past their expiration date? A bit of insight.
Today I was inspired by the cold and drizzly weather here in Southern California. I used to think that a nasty rainy day, or a bout of tear filled heartache meant that I was limited to waterproof mascara, and some lip gloss....but not anymore! Although waterproof makeup is usually thought of as a summer staple, I find that I have incorporated it into my makeup arsenal for all seasons. An bad breakup, allergy attack, sad movie, or blistery Spring day have nothing on me now.
Is sexual tension a problem with many couples due to all the information & opinions discussed today? Are we confused as to what a normal sex life is? Let’s talk about what should be happening to make your sex life compatible regardless of whether you are in a new or long term relationship.
Women have gained much ground concerning our rights in the last century. However, a frightening trend, which limits our rights, is making headway yet again: the right over our bodies. At the end of the day, what rights will women have left? Recently, lawmakers proposed a bill that could close down the last abortion clinic in Mississippi, making it an ‘abortion-free’ state.
In our fast-paced, throwaway society, it's easy to just throw something away because you've had it a while or you're just simply tired of it. When you spring clean your life, the question to ask yourself is whether or not each of these areas is serving you or if it's time for something new! Here are 12 areas to consider.