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On Picking Jeans & Good Choices

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on July 14, 2020 in Quick Facts No Comments

On Jeans and Good Choices  Here’s the secret –  no one else really knows what they’re doing either. And the more sure they are of how things need to be done or how you should behave, or what the “right way is,” the more misguided they likely are.  If there is one truth I choose

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On Endings…

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on July 13, 2020 in life coaching Quick Facts self-care No Comments

On endings: “It didn’t work out, I wanted this to work so badly!” “Maybe I should’ve tried to ____ or _____ or _____” (cue imagining doing a thousand things differently, welcome to emotional torture) It did work. It wasn’t SUPPOSED to last. For all experiences, especially the painful ones – It’s all about you getting closer

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Your Intuition Always Prevails

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on July 10, 2020 in Quick Facts No Comments

Lucy – Before, During & After  A large part of practicing mindfulness is about being able to connect deeply with your intuition and make decisions based solely on the physiological cues/signals that your body sends you. Your body is always letting you know which way to go and what choice is right for you. Whether

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Be Gentle with Yourself

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on April 28, 2020 in life coaching No Comments

Felt like the first pic sums up how many people, myself included are feeling right now. Sometimes I find myself wanting to be carried through the day, exhausted and drained and other times have all the energy in the world and desire to help someone else take a load off. And this friends, is what

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As I forgive, so I am forgiven

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on April 24, 2020 in Quick Facts No Comments

“As I forgive, so am I forgiven.” Thank you for the reminder Elli Richter 💫 No matter what – it always takes two to tango; you are always 50% responsible for the creation and maintenance of any dynamic you find yourself repeatedly stuck in. “Resenting others is essentially blaming them for crossing boundaries that we didn’t effectively

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Processing Grief (Unexpected Change)

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on April 20, 2020 in life coaching No Comments

We can’t spiritually bypass anger, sadness, frustrations, anxiety, or grief. We have to let them pass through us and when things are chaotic, to do that, free from numbing agents can be REALLY HARD. I’ve felt A LOT of feelings this week and 90% of the time allowed myself to feel and then deal with

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5 Tips for Staying Cool, Calm and Collected

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on April 15, 2020 in Quick Facts No Comments

1.) Use technology! Establish a sense of normalcy and connection by planning daily morning virtual coffee meetings. Make yourself a grounding, warm beverage and FaceTime/Zoom/Skype someone you love and enjoy connecting with. Even just a 15-minute virtual coffee date can shift your mood. (Same goes for virtual happy hours if that’s up your alley) 2.)

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