Maslow’s Hierarchy #1 Physiological Needs

Tamsin Astor, PhD, your Chief Habit Scientist shares with you “Maslow’s Hierarchy #1 Physiological Needs” so you can cultivate the healthy habits to live a life of freedom! #forceofhabit #maslow #maslowhierarchyofneeds #stressmanagement #selfesteem #selfhelp...

Intro to Ayurveda!

Tamsin Astor, PhD, your Chief Habit Scientist shares with you “Intro to Ayurveda” so you can cultivate the healthy habits to live a life of freedom! #stressmanagement #selfesteem #self help #goodstress #positivechange #lifecoach #ayruveda...

Kaizen – The Art of Small Effective Changes

Kaizen, traditionally a Japanese business term, is an approach that focuses on small incremental changes to improve efficiency. This is a great way to think about habit changes. What is one small change you can make this week to shift a habit? Adding a new habit? Do...

Feed your soul.

When you wake up there’s that perfect moment to frame your day. Starting your day on your own terms. Instead of filling your head with the agendas of others – emails, or your FB or Insta feeds, allow yourself the space to focus on you. First, sit quietly and...

Nourish Your Physical Body

Exercise – get the prana moving. This is important for your digestion. For your mood – hello endorphins! And – don’t you love that feeling when your favorite pair of jeans fit just perfectly?! Don’t make it a chore. Do something you enjoy –...

Do This to Get Your Habits Back on Track

So, we are 6 weeks into the new year!  How’re your New Year Resolutions working out? It’s hard to stick with, it isn’t it? Often it feels like a boring, must do, rather than a hell yes, to start working on your healthy habits. Today, I want you to consider your bigger...