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Lagging Action & Three Steps to Build Momentum

Sometimes we know we want to take action on something, but we're not quite ready to take that action.

You've made a decision, or you're on the precipice of making a decision, but there's a lag between that decision being made and you feeling ready to take the action. This is what I'm calling Lagging Action.

This usually happens with those big, life-changing decisions - like leaving your job, moving cities, even changing your...

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Six-Week Goals and How to Work Them

It's that time of the year again, when the collective is focused on setting Annual Goals.

According to Forbes and Inc. only 8% of people actually accomplish their New Years Resolutions and around 80% lose their resolve by mid-February. So why do we keep doing this!?

It's with good intention and the desire to create change in our life!

As a coach, I am here to tell you that change is possible and it is possible for you!

It's a matter...

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Recipe: Perfect Instant Pot Black Beans with Quinoa or Rice, Kale, and Lime-Cashew Cream

I've made two variations of this now and love both of them.

This is a super simple and oh so stereotypically vegan meal. I was laughing as I described it to someone, but it's so yummy!


Perfect Instant Pot Black Beans

(adapted from Well Planted)
1 C Dried Black Beans - rinsed
1 1/4 C Water
1 tsp Vegetable Bouillon
Stick of Kombu
Dash Cumin (optional)

Add everything to your Instant Pot, (set to sealing, not venting).
Set the timer to 35 minutes...

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You are Worthy because You Are

I've heard this and said this so many times. It was this morning when I was talking about expecting someone in my organization to talk to me this week about my merit.

My organization calls our annual salary review "merit".

This morning my friend stopped me and said in her perfectly matter-of-fact way "you have merit and nothing they say or do can change that".

Words have so much meaning and I was allowing this conversation about my merit...

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Recipe: Southwest Quinoa and Black Bean Stew (Instant Pot)

I don't know what I was going for when I created this, but somehow it came together!

I was thinking about a vegetable soup, then I was thinking a minestrone which led to some black beans...anyway, it turned into some type of southwest inspired soup/stew thing and I'm not mad about it!


Instant Pot Black Beans

1 C Dried Black Beans (no need to soak)
1 3/4 C Vegetable Broth (I've been using this one recently)
1 piece of Kombu (this helps us...

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Recipe: Vegan and Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese

A while ago I had tried making a vegan mac & cheese with a primarily cashew-based recipe. It was good, but it was dense! It was so heavy and I had a hard time eating more than a small amount.

I gave up for a while, then recently came across this recipe.

I've used it as a base, but modified a bit (as I tend to do).


1 C Carrot (peeled)
1 C Potatoes (peeled)
1/3 C Onion
1 C Water

 2(ish) C Macaroni Noodles (I use Go Go Quinoa)

1/4 C...

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Recipe: Vegan Cajun Tempeh Caeser Salad

This one has a lot of components, but each is really simple. The dressing was definitely some trial and error so I'll do my best to provide the best guide I can, but please taste-test and adjust as you need!

Make a cup of Quinoa - I added some lemon juice to the water, just because.

Cashew Parmesan

I used Minimalist Baker's Vegan Parm recipe for this one.

3/4 C Cashews
3 Tbsp Nutritional Yeast
1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
3/4 tsp Salt

Pulse in...

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Recipe: Vegan - Gluten Free Scones

I used the America's Test Kitchen - Vegan for Everyone Currant Scones recipe as a base, but made a few modifications.

I used my food processor for most of this recipe.

Ingredients

1/2 C GF Oat Flour (you can make this by putting the oats into the food processor and blending for a couple mins)
3/4 C GF Flour (I use Bob's Red Mill 1-to-1)
3 Tbsp Sugar (I used 1 Tbsp brown and 2 Tbsp white)
1 Tbsp Baking Powder
1/2 tsp Salt
5 Tbsp Coconut Oil (I...

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Know Your Why(s) to Create Lasting, Sustainable Change

There are so many ways to create lasting, sustainable change - cold turkey, dripping new behaviours and habits in, crowding out old behaviours and habits, and many more tools - but what lives behind the actions?

Your Why!

Well, your WhyS.

I see your Why as a layered thing - there isn't one why.


The Short-Term Why

This is the Why that you can see a result from in a short period of time.

If you're working with money, this might be paying...

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Human Design Basics

Have you heard of Human Design?

It's a system that uses your birth date, time, and location to map how you can optimally exchange your energy with the world around you.

There are so many components of it; however, I'm going to focus on: Energy Type, Strategy, and Authority to start.

Quickly, you can find your Human Design here. When you enter in your information, you will receive a Body Graph.

Your Centers, Gates, and...

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