S4E38 How I Found My Coach
Release Date: 06/21/2020
In this week's episode, I'm talking to my one and only- and by that, I mean my coach Phoebe Mroczek. Podcaster, author, and transformational strategist, when I found Phoebe online I knew that she was the coach for me. What I didn't know is how coaching would take me beyond the achievements I desired, but ask me to evaluate the journey along the way. Tune in to learn about what it was like to work with a coach, and the differences between individual and group coaching experiences.info_outline S4E38 How I Found My Coach
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.info_outline S4E37: Self-Care Through Our Cycle with Jennifer Fay
Anyone with a uterus can testify that our bodies and minds are not the same week to week- that's the magic of the menstrual cycle. In today's conversation with Jennifer Fay of Rooted Ground, she teaches us about what's going on internally during those different phases, how to care for ourselves during each of those times, and also discusses the power of knowing our bodies.info_outline S4E36: Pandemic Lessons & Blessings, Pt. 2 ft. Shannon Moyer-Szemenyei
In the last episode, I talked about the emotional roller coaster that goes with a global pandemic; now, what happens when you put several together people in a home while on that roller coaster ride? Today I talk about just that topic with Shannon Moyer-Szemenyei, alternative holistic counselor, artist, doula, and author. How can we make communication a little less fuzzy during this delicate time? Tune in to learn more.info_outline S4E35: Pandemic Lessons & Blessings, Pt. 1
This pandemic has flipped life (as we knew it) upside down. While the way the impact affects us can look different, most of us are experiencing a similar roller coaster: the grief cycle. Grief does not just happen after a death, but any change or end to something that played a large role in our lives. In today's episode I talk about why we're grieving, what that looked and felt like for me, and what lessons I've gotten from all of this.info_outline S4E34: Moon Rituals with Transformational Life Coach Jessica Rylee
This week I chat with Jessica Rylee, Transformational Life Coach. On the coattails of last week's episode, we continue to chat about the moon phases and how they might influence our self-care. This episode, we dive specifically on the practices that can be done during the different phases to get in tune with ourselves and the energy of the world around us.info_outline S4E33 Harnessing the Moon's Energy with Nichole of Modern Saint Living
Have you found yourself fascinated by the moon and it's phases? There's a reason for it! Particularly for women, the phases of the moon can mimic the phases in our own life cycles- information we can use to decide how to best take care of our minds and bodies. Nichole of Modern Saint Living joins me to discuss this lunar logic.info_outline S4E32: Exploring the Dark Side with Becky Mashuta
When getting to know and care for ourselves, we have to explore all sides of ourselves- even the parts that make us uncomfortable. Today's episode explores Shadow Work, or working through parts of ourselves that we might view with shame or fear, with Becky Mashuta of Becca Rose. Learn how to gently visit, understand, and accept these parts of our personalities and history in today's episode.info_outline S4E31: Self-Exploration through the Tarot with Mark Iwanicki
We've been exploring our personalities lately on Watered Grass, and Mark Iwanicki is here to help us take it a step further. In this episode, Mark introduces us to the tarot, the different constructs that are embedded in it, and teaches us how tarot cards can help us explore different facets of who we are.info_outline S4E30 Stress Management with a side of Quarantine: Openness
Do you love exploring new places and ideas, or do you stick to what you know? Are you a fan of the arts, and do you crave creative expression?These questions help tease out our Openness, the last of the Big Five Personality Test constructs on our list. Openness is how open we are to new ideas and experiences. In today's episode, we'll explore the different levels of openness, what stresses them out, and how to manage stress depending on when you fall.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.