by Holly Boxenhorn | Apr 4, 2016 | Blog
“The Greatest Wealth Is Health”
April 2016 Insights
Spring is a great time to launch or ramp up health & wellness priorities. Let’s face it, whether it’s about the 10lbs you’ve been wanting to lose forever, improving your flexibility and/or strength, managing health concerns and stress, or increasing your energy and stamina for daily living, the powerful affects of attending to our health & wellness impacts every aspect of our lives, supporting us to break through plateaus and tap into our potential. Almost every women I work with, regardless of age and reasons bringing them to our coaching relationship, inevitably winds up exploring this very important component of their lives with me so I thought I’d take advantage of this naturally motivating time of the year and use this month’s newsletter to highlight a four step process. This four step process, if practiced will result in lasting support of any and all health & wellness goals. (more…)
by Holly Boxenhorn | Feb 2, 2014 | Blog
Are they lifting your spirits up or dragging you down?
February 2014 Insights
What better month to write about the importance of cultivating healthy relationships than February, the month we celebrate Valentines Day. The quality of our personal relationships has an enormous impact on our mental, emotional and physical well-being. Think about it, unless you are shipwrecked on a deserted island, most of us are involved in numerous types of relationships. These relationships may include romantic, friends, parents, children, siblings, coworkers, neighbors, mentors/teachers and of course the often forgotten about relationship with ourselves.
How we chose to experience our relationships can determine our level of happiness. Yet many of us never stop to consider whether as a whole our relationships lift our spirits up or drag us down. I’d like to take some time in this Month’s Key’s to Success Insights and identify those qualities that typically make up a healthy relationship while also make some suggestions on how to better manage those relationships that drain us. (more…)