Beat the Burnout Blues: Learn how to feel fired up and ready to go every single day!
Hi, I'm Naomi!
I’m a Certified Holistic Health Coach qualified through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and Holistic Nutrition Lab. I help smart, savvy women who work in the tech world who suffer from chronic stress, fatigue and burnout. I teach them ways to relieve symptoms through natural healing with whole foods and lifestyle + environmental changes. Why feel tired when you can feel fired up and ready to go every single day?
Running Towards Health
There’s a certain kind of woman, the kind that knows what it means to dedicate themselves to something and give it their all.
Women who dedicate their lives to their careers, who push to achieve and make something tangible out of what life deals them, know that there's no such things as giving "too much."
You know the drive to push yourself harder.
One more Powerpoint to create, just another half-hour of answering emails, jumping on conference calls after you get home, coming in for a couple of hours on your day off, working even when you’re sick and should be in bed, pushing to get one more big project done in record time - all to prove your worth and make people sit up and notice.
But what happens when your body starts giving you warning signs telling you it's time to slow down?
You may have noticed the signs:
- Digestive difficulties
- Constant fatigue or insomnia (or both)
- High anxiety
- An inability to "turn off your brain"
- Headaches, aches and pains
- A decline in your physical and mental abilities
- A slowdown in your metabolism, even when you're watching every calorie
- Low energy levels, leading to too much coffee and sugary snacks
How many warning signs have you ignored just to keep staying the course?
How many times have you felt you should take it easy... but that means weakness, right?
How many lunch hours have you worked through, meals have you skipped, late nights sat in front of your computer?
Your body is a finely balanced machine and, just like a luxury car that gets pushed too hard without regular maintenance, it can can suffer critical breakdowns if you push it beyond it capabilities.
I have been there.
As an endurance athlete, I've pushed myself way past the limits of my endurance, done my body more harm than good, all in the pursuit of the one more mile. As a gear in Silicon Valley’s unrelenting machine, I’ve pulled late nights, overtime, and worked myself to the bone to get one more step ahead, doing my body whole other kinds of damage.
Thankfully, I discovered a better way, a way to recover and become whole again, reclaim my health and get back out on the road - this time, while respecting my body and its limits.