Episode Summary Welcome back to the Erica Diamond Podcast. Between COVID, and creating my new…
I would love to invite you to try something new this week. Setting daily intentions. I invite my yoga students to do it, and I suggested it to my hubby yesterday morning.
When you wake up tomorrow morning, set an intention for your day, first thing.
I intend to ______ today.
Here are some good ones to get you started.
I intend to…
Happy Monday! I am thrilled to share my latest SELF-CARE Infographic with you! My prescription is 30-60 minutes a day of self-care activities.
This is all part of my new talk coming out in 2020 called The Diamond Edge: How To Get What You Want While Giving Yourself What You Need
If you enjoy it, please feel free to share it with someone who needs the reminder to care for themselves.
Have a wonderful Monday, and an early Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends!
The 7-Day #GetOffTheFence Challenge is Here. Join Me on Instagram!
Since I have made it my life’s mission over the past ten years to empower women to get off the fence and unstuck, I’m super excited to launch my 7 day #GetOffTheFence Challenge to guide us into 2020.
It’s simple to participate!
Follow me here on Instagram and follow my daily life coaching homework to begin getting off the fence. The challenge will go 7 days long.
This weekend, I took Saturday afternoon away from my family to attend a yoga, meditation and stress management Masterclass with Bram Levinson. I don’t like leaving Hilly and the kids on the weekends, so in the odd time that I do, I have to make sure it’s for something important. You know– the good ‘ol cost/benefit ratio.
It is my life’s mission to learn and share, and so while it’s all still fresh in my mind from the weekend, I’d like to share some aha moments that woke me up:
I was teaching an exercise class a few years ago and a rumor popped up that a man coming to my class and I were having an affair. We weren’t. We barely said, “Good morning.” But he was losing weight and feeling better about himself and feeling more confident, and the gossip started.
I was 43 years old at the time.
Because of the rumors, I presume, he started going to another instructor’s class.
She was in her early 30’s.
I heard, “So now he’s going to a YOUNGER instructor! That’s even worse!”
Whenever March rolls around (my husband’s birthday), and then into April (my birthday this weekend), I always know it’s time for me to take stock of my life. It’s the time I start sweeping out the cobwebs; literally and figuratively. Winter’s snow melts away, and all the things you have been ignoring in your life, start to present themselves again. Aaah, I forgot about you! Spring is a great time to deal with these things head-on. And that’s not a bad thing– spring is about rebirth, renewal, regeneration.
If you’re like most of the population who have been walking around not living at your optimum, there’s no better time than now, springtime, to internally and externally cleanse and rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit. With the fast-paced society we live in, we even eat fast too – fast food, canned foods, processed foods. Why? It’s easy and quick. Why buy fresh corn on the cob and waste time boiling it, when you can just pop open a can of corn and serve it no time? Right? Wrong! And I will tell you, that although you may not see immediate results in treating your mind and body well, the long term results are astounding.
What dust-balls are lurking in the corner in your life?? Time to clean up, ladies!