Tune in to the Wellness in San Diego podcast for weekly conversations with local biz owners + changemakers across food, health, movement, wellbeing + spirituality. This week Bre Schwarm, a board-certified health + wellness coach, talks about how to avoid burnout and creating better work life balance across all areas of life.
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Season 2, Episode 13: Get Your Life Back in Balance with Bre Schwarm
Our daily routines were upended when the pandemic hit in 2020, causing many of us to suddenly switch to working from home while also caring for our family, our home and ourselves. Three years later many of us still struggle to find a sense of balance now that the lines between work, home and life have blurred together, leading to burnout, higher stress and anxiety.
Bre Schwarm, a board-certified health + wellness coach, joins us today to share practical tips we can put in to practice to bring balance to all aspects of life – not just work and home.
Bre and Marta dive deep into:
- how important it is to remind ourselves that we can’t do it all
- asking for help + advocating for change in the workplace
- mindfulness exercises to help center you throughout your day
- honoring your daily energy + rescheduling if need be
- the importance of play + what brings you joy
- connecting with your future self to set a vision
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