S4E38 How I Found My Coach
Release Date: 06/21/2020
As someone 1.5 years into Eating Disorder Recovery, my relationship with my body has historically been one of distrust and frustration. I also struggle with anxiety, and that anxiety pushes me be productive and efficient at all times. Learning about menstrual health helped me find more ease with both of these things. Learn how in today's episode.info_outline S5E6: What Mental Health and Menstrual Health Have in Common
You may be curious why this podcast, which is about self-care and mental health, has had so much talk about menstrual health. The mental and menstrual health have A LOT in common, and much of it has to do with the backstories and how they're taught to us! Tune in to learn more.info_outline S5E5: Back to School Special- Classes vs. Coaching
In the wellness world, there are tons of catch phrases. Masterclass, coaching, and workshops can all sound like they deliver the same thing, but each experience is a little different. So what's the difference, and how do we decide? It's all a matter of our personality and commitment-style. Tune into this episode to learn what's the best fit for you.info_outline S5E4: Taking the Rigidity Out of Routine
The word "routine" might bring up words like repetitive, boring, or even specific things we "have" to do. What if we started to look at it differently? Routines can be the first step to more time freedom and stress relief. Tune in to hear the ideas submitted on Instagram of what routines make us think of, and I'll give you ways to reframe each to feel fun and freeing.info_outline S5E3 You Don't Have to Take it From Me
Restful, rejuvenating sleep is as much a physical game as it is a mental one. In my group coaching program, Nourishing Nights, we tackle both! In this week's episode, four of my clients share their biggest takeaways and shifts that have happened since joining this 6-week program. Hint: it was way more than just better rest. Tune in to learn more!info_outline S5E2: Why we can't sleep at night, and what to do about it
Before we can get better sleep, we first have to identify WHY it's so hard! In today's episode, I break down some of the most common culprits for our restless nights. Stay tuned to the end, where I share strategies for more restful and relaxing sleeps.info_outline S5E2: Why we can't sleep at night, and what to do about it
Before we can get better sleep, we first have to identify WHY it's so hard! In today's episode, I break down some of the most common culprits for our restless nights. Stay tuned to the end, where I share strategies for more restful and relaxing sleeps.info_outline S5E1: The Surprising Effects of a Bad Night's Sleep
The most impactful change comes from the small steps we take each day towards health and happiness, not the giant overhaul. Season 5 is going to be all about the day-to-day practices that can help us manage stress and feel better in our bodies. Today's episode kicks off our first topic: the surprising effects of a bad night's sleep.info_outline S4E42: Debunking the Myths of Reproductive Health with Jennifer Fay
The lessons we learned in our teen years about sex, menstruation, and everything waist-down can be practical, laughable, or even grossly inaccurate. In this episode I once again chat with Jennifer Fay of Rooted Ground, and we're fact-checking the reproductive health "lessons" submitted by listeners. Stay tuned through the end of the episode where Jennifer shares some mind-blowing facts about womxn's bodies!info_outline S4E41 Justin Mitchell of Ball Headz
In this week's episode I speak to Justin Mitchell of Ball Headz. Ball Headz is an organization that works with local youth to teach them how to apply principles of mindfulness to all aspects of life. We talk about the different services he provides, and how mindfulness can help all of us cope with the stress that 2020 has brought.info_outline
Over the past few months, Watered Grass has grown quite a bit. From events to coaching programs, the reason I was able to grow so much is because I began working with a coach in January of 2020. What is a coach and how do you find one? Tune into today's episode to learn more.
Since March, have you experience one (or more) of the following?
- Racing thoughts
- Difficulty concentrating
- More pessimistic than usual
In the past 3 months we've faced some new and chronic stressors that are unlike anything that we've experienced in our lifetimes. It not only impacts the outside world, but also can take a toll on our brain over time.
In this free mini-workshop, psychologist and coach Diana Fuller of Watered Grass will be sharing quick, easy-to-implement strategies to help you get your head back in the game.
This online workshop will come with a free PDF of the strategies shared. A link to the Zoom event will be sent with your confirmation email. You can also register to receive the replay if you can't make the live event! Register here.