You Too Can Embrace Joyful Movement

Join Kate this week as she dives into the next piece of IIN’s Circle of Life Exercise - Physical Activity. Joyful movement is an integral part of Kate’s life, but that’s taken years of embracing sweating as a means of mental health support and establishing habits that support an active lifestyle to make it part of her daily routine. It can be difficult to add movement to your day when you are already juggling family, work, a social life, you name it...but if you feel stuck or need motivation to adapt an active lifestyle, then this is the episode for you.

Episode #18 – Permission Granted: It’s Time To Prioritize Your Health

What does “Health” mean to you?

For me, it means making myself a priority. It looks like fueling my body with food that blesses it. It looks like meditating, journaling, and moving my body to support my mental and physical health. It looks like reading and being a life-long learner to nurture my soul. It looks like painting and sewing and creating and crafting because it makes my heart sing. It looks like making my personal health and wellness a priority.

Because here's the kicker. If you don't do it, nobody will.

Episode #16 – When Enough Was Enough Featuring Jamie Hill

Can you point to one moment in your life when you realized something needed to change? That in order to show up as the best version of yourself, something had to give? I personally know exactly what moment that was, and in this week's episode my cousin and inspiration-extraordinaire Jamie shares what it looked like … Continue reading Episode #16 – When Enough Was Enough Featuring Jamie Hill

Morning Ritual – One Week Strong

It's such a relief to start the day on my own terms. When I wake up with the kids, i.e. to a crying baby or jabbering toddler, my heart rate immediately skyrockets and I start the day in a whirlwind. Now, with my 4:30am (yes, you read that right!) wake up, I get to start the day intentionally. And wow, does that put me in a good headspace and place emotionally to love my boys and myself well.