In the spirit of freshening up for the new year, I thought a new logo was in order...
When I think about what I do most in my work, it is to be with others as they find their way. Just as the lighthouse is a beacon of light, I can help shine the light when others are struggling to find it for themselves.
Sometimes it’s finding your way around professional choices or in relationships with others.
It might be finding your way through a crisis or how to better understand yourself so you can shed what no longer serves you.
We are made for connections and to do life with others. It is an honor to walk with another.
Here is to finding your way!
Looking to embrace mindfulness, recharging and quieting your inner critic? My latest article is for you!
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What if you could rediscover the best version of yourself this fall? What if a little focus on your time and space allowed you to reinvent, revamp and revitalize? The great news is you can, let’s use a little self reflection and look at three key places to jumpstart your revitalization.
Leah Lagos, PsyD, BCB shares...
Stress is held in the body, not the mind. The antidote is physical.
Clients often enter into work with me through one of these points. ⭐️ However, as in life, where we start is not always where we end up. When we are running at our best, all of these areas are receiving attention. If you love a good visual (like I do!) this might help you pull apart where things could be off for you right now. What point is easy for you? Which is more challenging?⭐️ Maybe for this week: just add in 1 thing this week from your most challenging point. Maybe try a new recipe, go to bed earlier one night, reach out to a friend that’s been on your mind, pray more, or update your LinkedIn account.⭐️ Just 1!!!⭐️
Become aware of the critical voice in your head.We often think motivation comes from being hard on yourself (or others). But, this is often not the case. Critical, harsh comments often stifle progress and growth. Instead, focus on encouragement and finding support.