Author Archives: Suzy Rosenstein

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Do you see a VISION BOARD in your future?

A Vision Board is powerful. Imagine what it would be like to just think about what you want and make it happen? Or dream up something great and POOF! Better yet…wiggle your nose like Tabitha Stephens from Bewitched and voila! Believe it or not…it’s kind of that way with Vision Boards. Vision Boards, or “Dream…

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be less grouchy about winter blog

How to be less grouchy about winter

I have a proven track record of being grouchy about winter. It’s not very becoming actually. I’m not the type of person who complains a lot.Yet…when it’s winter and it’s freezing, I’m a different person. Complaining regularly. This is not the kind of midlife mom I want to be. I find myself talking about the…

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coach bad undies blog

Three amazing reasons to ditch your bad underwear

Ladies, what’s going on with ugly underwear and the whole midlife thing?   I remember having nice underwear, back in the day. It was never that fancy. And I never had a lot of it. But I remember having some particularly nice underwear, and a lot of pairs that were comfortable, but nothing special. Function…

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Three tips to procrastinate less

Most of us are familiar with the fine art of procrastination. It’s a definition we know well; procrastination is all about putting things off or delaying… Until another day… Until another time… Until you finish watching five more YouTube videos about sloths crossing the road or quintuplet babies giggling their adorable little faces off. (You’ve…

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why being grateful for your body is a great idea

Why being grateful for your body is a good idea

How often do you feel grateful? More and more of us are starting to understand the importance of having more gratitude in our lives. Like anything, it takes practice to develop new habits. And for many, feeling gratitude more often is a new habit. But what about the way you feel about YOU ? Are…

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Three key steps to regret-proof your holidays

No one wants to regret anything during the holidays, that’s for sure. As we all know, the holiday season is loaded with huge significance and tradition, no matter your background. If you celebrate the holiday yourself, your family probably does things a certain way. And if you don’t celebrate the particular holiday, you may also…

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How tap dancing helped me regret proof my life

I hadn’t thought about tap dancing in years. But then I turned 50 and I started thinking about potential regrets. All kinds of thoughts began swirling in my head when I approached this notable milestone. I decided that my favorite thing to do would be to go on a trip with my best friend, Karen,…

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Why mindfulness and multitasking don’t mix

Are you a multitasking maven? Do you love the whole concept of mindfulness? Do you also get unusually excited when you can get an abnormal amount of things done simultaneously? Sometimes I feel like a giddy supermom, so proud of myself. There’s a problem though. We think we’re more efficient when we do more than…

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Got the “what’s for dinner” blues? 5 great tips to help

Hello. My name is Suzy. I’m a Life Coach. And I have no freakin’ clue what’s for dinner. Sweet child of mine, oh how I love seeing you after school. That smile. That face. Those eyes. And then you ask that question. Before hello. Before you utter any other word. Before ANYTHING ELSE. “What’s for…

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The surprising reason you’re miserable at work

It can be pretty frustrating to be miserable at work. Midlife misery loves company, so…let’s have an honest talk about that job of yours that looks fantastic on paper. You know which one I’m talking about, right? the job with amazing benefits the job with more paid vacation than you’ve ever had before the job…

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