What does finding your ‘balance’ mean to you?

June 30, 2020

What does finding your ‘balance’ mean to you?


Welcome to a new day!

Let’s chat today about the topic of ‘balance’.

  • What does this mean to you?
  • Where would you like to have more of it?


How are you feeling today?


Annoyed, excited, exhausted, energized?

Where do you feel the tension in your body?

Where does your elation sit usually?

Tip of the day: we have been primed to intellectualize everything…and have forgotten that our bodies are powerful messengers.

What is your body communicating to you?

In which situations?


What tips you off balance?


My client K. has been practicing her new zen tools, diligently…

All is working fine until she sees an email coming from one of her colleagues.

Her heart races, she feels light-headed, she cannot focus, she gets stressed out before even opening said email.

Every, Single, Time.

We all have a situation that gets us triggered.

What is yours?

What are the symptoms of the iffy-ness?

P.S.: if you want to know how K. got her problem solved, contact me for a free consultation.


If you could change your world right now, what would you like there to be?


Peace on earth, equality, kindness, justice…

Wanting for things to be different when they are not within our control is the proverbial wishful thinking.


We are not that helpless.

Look around you now.  People are listening.

They have to.

This can be your invitation to build your own vision for a better future.

On your own, you will not bring world peace nor justice for all.

But you can be crystal clear about what you are ready to accept, or not, when it comes to your workplace.

So tell me, what do you want your ‘new normal’ to be?

This month’s blog!




I have too much to do, I don’t have time to stop…


1/ Not negotiable! Your brain and your body need rest, for your mental and physical wellbeing.

2/ Find ways to take frequent breaks throughout your day.  You will notice an increased productivity and motivation!


Many of you who are quarantined are now wearing (way too) many hats.  On top of the obligations of the job, the deadline and other crises to deal with while remoting, you are now a teacher, a conflict manager, a cook and […].

So here is:  you might be able to maintain your usual energy levels for a short period of time, but this might not be sustainable in the longer run.

The solution? Prioritize, delegate what you can, ask for social distancing appropriate help, and take as many breaks as you can during the day.

Educate your partner/kids/pets/roommates to respect your need to recharge, too.

There is no bypassing mental and physical health.