Are you burning the candle at both ends?

I recently had the great fortune of sitting down with Jessica Dewell, host of The Voice of Bold Business, to discuss the signs of working too much and what to do about it. Along with Dr Ryan Marchman (Boulder, CO) and Palma Michel (London, UK) our conversation uncovered insights about the importance of self-awareness and selectively choosing values that ensure a life well-lived.

In this Voice of Bold Business episode, we share tips for recognizing stress – even panic – and how to support yourself nutritionally, mindfully and with a focus on personal values.

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As you settle into the podcast, listen for:
– Questions that will help you identify when you are outside your normal state
– Symptoms of not living to your highest values
– How you can build internal resourcefulness
– The distinction between satisfaction and fulfillment
– Word choices to reframe your busy-ness

Give the podcast a listen here.

When the time is right, reach out by phone (303-594-4401) or email for guidance in implementing targeted techniques that will keep you from “burning the candle at both ends.”

Here’s to your health and vitality!

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I believe good health is as close as your kitchen. My nutrition practice is based on nutrient-dense, whole food and lifestyle choices that support health and wellness, especially during times of high stress and transitions. My role is to educate, guide and support individuals who want to break the stress-induced cycle of depletion and regain control of their health. As a Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition® (Candidate), I look forward to helping you create a vibrant life. To learn more, contact me at 303-594-4401 or by email

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