The issue with many typical health and wellness solutions is that they address only one lifestyle aspect at a time: move more, only eat this, take that pill, just breathe, etc. These approaches are partial at best. Moreover, what works for someone else might not work for you.
To get dramatic lifestyle changes—I’m talking about changes that actually stick—you need to consider all these factors together. You need to look at interactions and find the right places to intervene so you get the biggest bang for your buck.
On top of that, you probably need to get out of your own way—compassionately, of course!
If you have anxiety about the future, doubts about your ability and confidence, or patterns of self-sabotage, coaching will help you develop the mindset necessary to take two steps forward instead of two steps back.
Life will always be chaotic and messy. That’s the fun of it. The challenge is to be intentional about how all of these pieces unfold. This is why working with a life coach is essential. It gives you the tools and support to design your days rather than live on autopilot.