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3 Reasons to Spend More Time in the Woods

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Walking in the woods will positively impact both your mental and physical health.

Can’t get out of the city? No worries, even walking in urban greenspace has positive effects. Here are three reasons to get outside for a walk:

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Overcoming the Dark Side of Ambition with Jeremy Fulwiler

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From the outside it looked like a failure. Leaving New York City and a prestigious job in social work administration to move to metro Detroit where he had no job and no community.  But when I asked him, he said it was one of the most important decisions he’s made.

Jeremy Fulwiler is a body psychotherapist , a poet, an amazing dancer and a marathoner. He now runs a thriving therapy practice, Wellness Beyond Words, and has a beautiful community in Detroit. We hopped on FB live a couple of weeks ago to discuss courage, overcoming challenges and his first book, Prodigal Selves.  You can watch the whole interview here.

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I woke up at 5 am feeling heavy…

I woke up at 5 am this morning with a heaviness in my chest. I put my hand on my heart and tried to breathe into the tension. I breathed deeply into my belly. I listened to the memoir I’m loving, Present over Perfect, for half an hour. And eventually the tension released enough that I could go back to sleep.

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3 Way to Stay Grounded During the Holidays

The holidays are busy. Everyone is rushing around to get ready, there tons of parties and family events and sometimes the holidays leave you more tired than rested.

This week I talked to body psychotherapist and poet Jeremy Fulwiler about ways to stay grounded, the biggest challenge he’s overcome and his new book, Prodigal Selves.

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Trying to Be Everything to Everyone? Do this.

I lay in bed with mixed emotions. For one second I would feel so happy and cozy to be tucked in bed and the next my chest would feel tight and I’d feel overcome with guilt.

It had been a long hard day at work and all I wanted to do was lie in bed watching episode after episode of Say Yes to the Dress. But I had cancelled dinner with a friend and it was wracking me with guilt.

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3 Signs You’re Burning Out

According to a study by the Family and Work Institute, 89% of US employees agree somewhat or strongly that they never seem to have enough time to get everything done on the job. When the amount of work you need to do at work compounds with all the work you need to do in your personal life, this can lead to burnout.

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What to do if you’re stressed, cynical or overburdened…

I sat beside the edge of the water, terrified. I was on a hiking trip alone and it was getting cold. A voice inside my head had just told me to quit my job.

But what will I do?? How will I make money?! How will I survive?? I asked to no one in particular, What will my family think?

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