In my Weekly Newsletter, which comes out on Sunday morning, I share a Toolkit of tips, strategies and inspiration that ties into the theme for that particular month. January was all about Beginnings and February will be about Connections.
I love sharing these tools and thought that it didn’t seem fair that only my newsletter readers had access. So I’m introducing my new Friday feature so that I can share these goodies with everyone!
If you already receive my newsletter, I still have some special tools/strategies that I’ll only share with you:-) Plus, I hope you like receiving all of my weekly content in one e-mail!
Without further ado, here’s what I shared last Sunday…
Last week, I shared a number of tools to help you plan, but this week I want to focus on tools to help us be more present and to connect. Miss last week’s Toolkit? Check here for a recap…
Dabble: I was so excited to teach my first workshop through Dabble this week. I love the name. It gives you a chance to try something you’ve always wanted to do. It gives you an opportunity to add more Play Time into your life and connect with cool people.
My friend/client Kathleen told me about it. Want to try it yourself? For every 4 people who join and sign up for a class with this referral link, she’ll get $10 Dabble Bucks and you’ll get $5 off of your class. Thanks Kathleen:-)
Headspace: Have you been meaning to start meditating? 60 minutes did a great piece on mindfulness. You can check it out here. It’s a powerful tool that can help us become more grounded. Here’s a cool little app by Headspace that I’ve used in the past to help get started on your own practice!
A few years back my friend Karen recommended the book, “Wherever You Go, There You Are” by Jon Kabat-Zinn, who Cooper interviews in this piece. It was a good read that I plan to return to this year!
Psoas Release: Might I recommend that you do a Psoas Release while your meditating? “Have you ever gotten up from a sitting position and felt a little tweaky in the hip? Hear an audible click when taking your first few steps after being seated, or a pop when kicking your leg out to the side?” Katy Bowman shares some great info about the psoas and a release you can do at home at the very bottom of her post.
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Have a tool you love that helps you to connect and be present? I would love to hear about it! Please share in the comments below!
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