What you can expect and find on the Wellbeing blog.
Welcome to the wellbeing blog. I started writing the blog before completing Pilates teacher training. That’s why there is so much content. It was part of a different company that I founded a few years ago called Hello Workout. You might see a reference to it in the older content.
The blog is organized according to the Designing your Life compass. If you haven’t read the book, it’s a good one to read no matter what stage of life you’re in now. The compass is based on design thinking principles and will help identify areas of your life that need attention and/or help you think about what you want to do next.
The compass is simple. Unlike other life planning methods, it only has four quadrants that are easy to remember: Play [Fun], Health, Work and Life. The method uses design thinking which is an iterative approach to testing improvements in each area of your life.
I trained in Design Thinking at Stanford University, D School. It was part of a program that I completed in 2013. That’s one of the reasons I decided to use the framework as a way to organize the Wellbeing blog now. Tips from the blog will help you keep all areas of life inflated so that you roll with the punches well.
The articles reflect events that are happening, things that I am thinking about and researching as well as advances in medicine and healthcare.
If you read my bio then you know, I am a healthcare consultant with working relationships in the US medical community. Some of the medical doctors that I’ve worked with and complimentary care providers [chiropractors and acupuncturists] that I’ve met have shared their expertise and/or reviewed health related content. The information may change as the science evolves. I often refresh older content or if there are substantial changes, write an updated article to keep the information current.
I also write some articles about healthcare, med tech, health tech and insurance that draw on my expertise and experience working in the US healthcare system. That’s why there is so much health and healthcare related information on the site.
If you want to contribute your expertise or write a guest post, please email me using the form below. I am open to hearing your ideas and learning more about what you do.
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