18 ways to move your body in Seattle

Because moving the body is also good for the mind. “If you are in a bad mood go for a walk. If you are still in a bad mood go for another walk.” - Hippocrates Our mental and physical...

Turn off go-mode and enter be-mode

Counterbalance the go-go-go of modern life with a little dose of downtime throughout your day. The modern life of a professional is an extremely busy one. There’s always something to do, someplace to be, a task to finish that’s nagging us in the back of our minds....

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Building Movement Into Your Day

How to leave the stagnation behind and integrate your movement practice into your day. If you’re anything like me, you spend way too much time hunched over in front of the computer. Science shows sitting is one of the most dangerous things we do.* When your livelihood...

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Do, Delete, or Delegate?

A simple way to shrink your to-do list. If you feel like your to-do list grows by the day despite your best effort to check things off, you’re 100% normal. This is the reality of the modern life. As motivated contributors, it means you’re taking on a lot. The trick is...

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Curiosity is the Key to Overcoming Challenges

Bringing in a new perspective can help unlock you from physical, emotional, or professional stagnation. Here's how to bring in a little curiosity to help you achieve great things. Curiosity is key.  If you are unsatisfied with some aspect of your life - a...

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