How to Create Actual Change in Your Life

I know I’ve talked a ton on what NOT to do in terms of change and goals, so lets change pace and talk about what TO do.  When talking about goal setting or change, most people overestimate their brain capacity for said change.  Meaning, we often think our brain is much more capable of adjusting […]

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Why Change is Hard

(and How to Do The Thing Anyway) We already talked about one reason previously: Motivation is a feeling, meaning it will come and go just like any other feeling.  However, another reason we can’t just rely on motivation is resistance.  When we set a goal for ourselves, regardless of how “easy” or “small” or “simple” […]

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Resolutions… What Not to Do?

I talk about new years resolutions quite a bit actually.  I use them as an example of what not to do, lol.  It’s also a universal experience, one that most of us know well.  We pick something to start as a resolution, either a diet or workout plan or new routine.  That’s all well and […]

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New Years Resolutions vs Intentions

New year, new you. That’s the usual messaging we get around this time, right? Although I do have to say, I haven’t seen that much “new you” stuff, maybe we’re finally getting the idea that it doesn’t work.  What I mean by that, is often when making a new years resolution, we bite off wayyy […]

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December MSer of the Month!

Each month I want to highlight someone in the MS community who is doing amazing things for themselves and their MS diagnosis! If you’d like to be interviewed and share your story, please email me at info@liss-ms.com! When were you diagnosed with MS? What was it like for you?   It was a relief. I had […]

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November MSer of the Month!

Each month I want to highlight someone in the MS community who is doing amazing things for themselves and their MS diagnosis! If you’d like to be interviewed and share your story, please email me at info@liss-ms.com! What did you think was going to be the hardest part of MS? What was actually the hardest? […]

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(and How to Do The Thing Anyway) We already talked about one reason previously: Motivation is a feeling, meaning it will come and go just like any other feeling.  However, another reason we can’t just rely on motivation is resistance.  When we set a goal for ourselves, regardless of how “easy” or “small” or “simple” […]

Why Change is Hard

MS Monday

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I talk about new years resolutions quite a bit actually.  I use them as an example of what not to do, lol.  It’s also a universal experience, one that most of us know well.  We pick something to start as a resolution, either a diet or workout plan or new routine.  That’s all well and […]

Resolutions… What Not to Do?

MS Monday

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Welcome back to our mobility series!  Today we’re talking about how to move our necks well. Most of us are under incredible stress at the moment. One of the places that we feel stress is in our neck. Tightness and constriction can cause a number of issues, including headaches, jaw issues and pain.  In today’s […]

BTT- Episode 24- Neck Mobility

Brain Train Tuesday

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Working with a health coach can be incredibly beneficial when trying to make changes to your routine. Here are my top reasons why!

How to get back to exercise after an MS diagnosis

Fitness

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Try this simple morning routine that helps with decreasing pain and improving your Multiple Sclerosis symptoms!

BTT- Episode 13 – How to identify if an exercise is too much for you

Brain Train Tuesday

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