Breaking Up With Busy // Reclaim Your Vibrant Life By Trading Busy for Full

Taking down the unspoken culprit that’s sucking the joy, vibrancy and health out of our lives: excessive busyness — and how we can instead trade busy for full (https://bestselfmedia.com/breaking-up-with-busy) (Listen at https://bestselfmedia.com/podcast/podcast-amanda-weber-busy) I’m always open to chatting about busy; it seems everyone else is, too. Is epidemic too strong a word to describe the extent [...]

Episode #33 // Busy is a Disease of Perception

I’m always open to chatting about busy; it seems everyone else is, too. Is epidemic too strong a word to describe the extent to which ‘busy’ is impacting our health, our happiness, and the quality of our relationships? I don’t think so. It really hit home recently when I read these words from Dr. Suzanne [...]

Episode #28 // A Practice To Get Good At Worry

Worry pretends to be necessary but serves no useful purpose. Yup. That’s the truth. But, I have a tool for that! Today on The Full Life I share where worry was resurfacing for me this week and the practice I go through to support my best self. I highly recommend you check it out (the [...]

Episode #24 // Your Permission Slip for Self-Care

Today I want to talk about the one question that every single client I have coached answers the same way on my intake questionnaire. And it’s the ONLY questions they all answer the same. Today we are talking about permission. I have a great little worksheet that you can down load for free (link below [...]

Episode #20 // Full Life “Reboot” : Building A Sacred Garden In Your Mind

Welcome to Episode #20 and another Full Life “Reboot”. In our short guided practice this week I give you a chance to rest, digest and heal. I guide you to de-stress, connect to your FULL (vs the BUSY the world would have you running for) and to replenish your beautiFUL Self.  We’re going to be [...]

Episode #14 // Perception is YOUR Superpower!

Did you know you have a superpower? And, that it has the ability to help you look at life and its experiences in new and more nourishing ways? Perception is VERY POWERFUL. On this episode of The Full Life, I have a great little exercise for you that is a favourite in my coaching and [...]

Are You Paying Attention? Your Happiness Could be Suffering.

Do you give enough attention to the people, activities, and things that are important to you? This is a question I recently asked myself and if I’m being honest, the response was disappointing. The Problem Today Our lives are busy. Really busy. And distracted. We have an average of about 70,000 thoughts a day (that’s [...]

Episode #10 // Dana Finestone, Developmental Psychologist; Everyday Happiness Training with Imagery

Take a moment and bring to mind an experience where you felt a rush of happiness. Can you optimize your sense of happiness with the simple use of something you have with you in every moment; imagery? The early research says yes! Dana Finestone, Developmental Psychologist and creator of KidsToday.ca, unpacks some new research and shares practical ways to leverage [...]

By | 2017-03-29T22:07:22+00:00 March 29th, 2017|Categories: Balance, Happiness, Joy, Mindfulness, Podcast, Selfcare, worry|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Technology Insight: Choosing A Meditation App

I know it may seem like an oxymoron to put de-stressing and technology in the same title but there are some great tools available to support you! I’m sharing some info about meditaion apps so that if you choose to do so, you can easily navigate what is available.   Today let’s take a look at [...]

By | 2016-11-10T11:38:45+00:00 November 10th, 2016|Categories: Meditation Apps|Tags: , , , , , , |1 Comment

3 Easy Steps That Made Me Happier and Healthier

I have the best job in the world. Each day I have the pleasure of working with amazing people, just like you, who’s self-inquiry has led them on a journey to try and better manage their stress. They often tell me they live in an over-scheduled life and see no way out and yet there [...]

By | 2016-11-08T16:25:54+00:00 May 9th, 2014|Categories: Selfcare|Tags: , , |0 Comments