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Did you notice that the Virginia Team warm up/practice team jerseys all said “FAMILY” on them? Now that is some good coaching! If you feel like you are a part of a family you try harder, work together better, show up for each other and your sense of loyalty is deep. The first time I saw that shirt on one of the players as he sat on the bench, jumped up when his teammates showed Read More

PEK Accounting Held a Panel Discussion on Wellness of the Bottom Line

It was my honor to be part of a Bottom Line Balance Sheet Panel discussion in September at the offices of PEK Accounting Consulting. I was joined by professionals in their field: Troy Noor, Boulevard Wealth Management; Connie Kroskin, Connie Kroskin Marketing; Eric Mitchellette, Strategic Business Coach; and David Anderson, Anderson Business Law. Paul Kloster of PEK Accounting Services for Business on the far right. We shared what to expect in the upcoming year, changes Read More

Sleep Tight for Wellness

Ever wonder why you are not getting enough ZZZ’s? Research shows the top sleep disruptors are lack of boundaries, eating and activity patterns and stress. Let’s have a look into these disruptors and see where a simple change here and there might make a big difference in your sleep pattern. First, boundaries; draw a line in the sand and and maintain a balance in your self care. You need time to be active and you Read More

Company Wellness

With all this talk about happiness, wellness and health what makes you happiest with your employment status? Do you have a “job”, “career” or alternate place to spend your time and it just happens to pay you for being there doing something you enjoy with people you enjoy being around? I sure hope the majority of us chose a place to spend time doing what we enjoy with people we enjoy and making money is Read More

The Golden 80/20 Rule in 2019

Here we are, a new year. What resolution or promise did you make to yourself. Perhaps it would be easier to keep that promise if it were to someone else, we know we are more likely to keep it then. Sound about right? So here is what I propose: Make yourself one promise this year and be specific, yes you should write it down in your planner/journal/calendar so you guarantee you will look at it Read More

How is Your Rockwell Family Holiday Handling You?

It’s the night before Christmas, how are you doing? If you’re stressed, filled with anxiety and overwhelmed you are not alone. It is easy for us to get our expectations set a little high during the holidays and then when it doesn’t happen the way we had hoped or planned we get down. Certainly staring at all the social media posts of happy faces, perfect family photos and of course expectations met complete with holiday Read More

Time Management and the Holidays

Just say no, seems easy enough doesn’t it. Here we are with a few weeks left in 2018 and the meetings, parties, lunch and dinner invitations keep coming.¬†Are you being asked to attend more events and outings then you have time for? How are you going to get it all done at this time of year? Tis the season but with so many events and so little time how will you satisfy EVERYONE. You start Read More

Thriving in Wellness During The Holidays

It is here, it is here! The holiday season is upon us and you are beginning to get your crazy on. But wait, is it necessary or are you just stuck in the same cycle you have been swirling in year after year? I say it is up to you to thrive this season, every day you make choices-what is your choice this holiday? With any decision it is best to write out the pros Read More

Chocolate Edges and Mindful Decisions

The other day I found myself backtracking into bad habits. Yes, I was innocently doing some catch up binging on a favorite TV show with a friend when before I knew it, my hand was reaching for the chocolate covered caramels. We made good dinner choices, salad with a touch of light dressing, a few pieces of sushi and ok, yes a glass of nice wine (good for the heart). Anyway, as we finished our Read More

Emotionally Drained? Zip That Bag Shut!

Are you having a “blue day”? I looked up a variety of ways to phrase that and found most google references refer to something deeper than my meaning of just having an “off” day, sad for no apparent reason or just out of sorts. Perhaps I have used the phrase inappropriately? In my world, and those I talk to, we share having a blue day or feeling blue as just a bit of a funk. Read More