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Hello Friends! I'm curious, have you ever noticed at the end of every single blog post or email my signature sign off is, Be well. Do well. Why do I do that? Well I have a very specific reason and intention for my "why". I do this is because my whole being and existence prescribes to the lens of overall mental health and wellness affords us the opportunity to create a successful whole person. I know firsthand having had overcome different physical ailments through my trials with stress that wellness helped aid in my overall healing both physically and mentally. My recent interactions with coaching clients has led me to this topic and the importance of emphasizing that wellness moves well beyond our food, physical and mental portions of our lives. You see when people think of wellness they often think of meditation, spirituality and physical exercise. Did you know there are (8) different categories of wellness? They are intellectual, environmental, emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational and physical. But what do they all really mean and how do we address them to maintain the balance of a whole healthy person.

There are so many areas to look at within the wellness category as there are so many factors that affect how we function optimally. If any of these areas is overlooked or neglected over time it will adversely affect one’s health, well-being and quality of life. Our goal is to have a balanced or well-rounded approach to these areas and promote healthy habits to improve one’s life and fulfillment.

That’s why my coaching practice and the EmpowHer Purpose MembHership community and the Opportunity Knocks podcast focuses and highlights guests who can support us to live optimally well.

Let’s face it – while the world has reopened it's never going to be the same and we are all still healing from our collective experiences that simply just continue to shift. One thing we know for certain is that change is imminent! So you are in for a treat, I compiled and curated our Spring Opportunity Knocks - Be Well. Do Well. blog post as a guide and reference tool to help support you in seeking the optimal YOU in your wellness journey!