Palestra Olimpia New Gym Decide to Give Back During Quarantine.

The World Health Organsation is warning that these prolonged levels of staying at home due to the current wake of the Coronivirus. Could potentially have significant and negative effects on an individual’s mental, spiritual and physical wellbeing. Palestra Olimpia New Gym Director Michele Cicchiello and Fitness Instructor Dawn Jane Keogh, have suggested to their clientsRead more ⟶

5 Journal Prompts to Start your day as a Leader!

How to Start your day as a Leader! A few weeks ago I slipped up. The COVID-19 crisis rose rapidly and I fell into a panic. My mindset shifted and I felt insecure in myself and my business. I didn’t feel like a leader. I felt insecure and totally out of my depth with aRead more ⟶

Four Things for Which I’m Grateful Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

This week while working from home, I, like many across the globe, did a load of laundry. I pulled from the bottom of the basket clothes worn less than a week ago—jeans I wore during my last day in the office, leggings I wore to my last workout class, a shirt I’d changed into forRead more ⟶

Write Positive Affirmations

Reading the thoughts of others is positive – imagine the greater strength of focusing on your own wisdom and insights and writing them down.  There’s evidence that it is a way of lifting yourself and those around you.  Share them with others face-to-face and on social media when you feel the quality merits it. WritingRead more ⟶

How to Survive Social Distancing When Your Life is Built Around Mobility

When President Trump addressed the world on the global coronavirus pandemic last Wednesday, my husband and I watched from his apartment in Boston, where he lives half of the time. The other half, he’s with me in Zurich, Switzerland, where I live with my children. He ‘commutes’ between the two cities every two weeks, hisRead more ⟶

How to Work from Home + Strengthen Your Relationship With Your Partner

“The only constant in life is change.” -Heraclitus. Boy, are we going through some big change! At times, it can seem like each hour presents a new reality. And for many, that reality is working from home for the first time…and maybe working from home with your partner or even your kids for the first time.Read more ⟶

Finding Purpose in a Pandemic

I was in the parking lot at my kids’ daycare when I got the notification. I looked down at my phone, and nausea returned. The first word of the e-mail subject line read, “Canceled.” It was the latest in a string of messages that obliterated my false sense of stability, security, and purpose. A bigRead more ⟶

Managing fear in difficult times: COVID-19

Emotional intelligence is difficult to manage when it comes to fear. Being able to self-regulate when there’s a global health scare is quite a challenge for most of us, and I am no exception. When the storm is approaching quickly as we are finding with the novel Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, that fear is going toRead more ⟶