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What's your self-care status?

From newcomer to aficionado, find out your level of healthy living know how! On top of that, I’m going to give you tips to help you overcome some of the habits that may be holding you back from feeling your healthiest and happiest...

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    It’s movie night, what are you snacking on?
    • A.
      A bowl of popcorn with a dash of olive oil, lemon juice, and sea salt!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
    • B.
      A big bag of kettle chips… I like my snacks salty.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • C.
      Guacamole with onion, chiles, and cilantro plus baked Tostitos.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
    • D.
      Candies in every colour: Skittles, Starbursts, and Mini-Snickers… I want ‘em all!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • E.
      Glass of water or nothing at all.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • F.
      A glass of wine or alcoholic beverage of choice.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
  • 2.
    How many cups of coffee or caffeinated tea do you drink per day?
    • A.
      0 — I’m caffeine free... No jitters or 3 p.m. slumps for me!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
    • B.
      1-2 — I usually have a cup or two in the morning and one in the afternoon. It’s my tried n’ true pick-me-up!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
    • C.
      3 + — I’m a bit of a caffeine fiend... I can’t get much done without my coffee or tea.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
  • 3.
    Do you enjoy learning more about the world?
    • A.
      Yes, but I don’t actively try to learn more. I’m happy with whatever learning opportunities come my way.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
    • B.
      Can’t say learning is something I particularly enjoy… I know what I know, and I don’t see the point in taking on anything extra.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • C.
      Yes — I can’t get enough of learning. I feel like it’s my responsibility to know as much as I can about… well, everything!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
  • 4.
    Whether it’s through nutritious foods or supplements, do you get enough vitamins?
    • A.
      I’m not really sure… What counts as ‘enough?’ 
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • B.
      Yes, I’m pretty careful about meeting my body’s nutritious needs. I can’t function my best if I’m not properly fueled up 🤷‍♀️
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
    • C.
      I try to take multivitamins, but they are so easy to forget! Maybe if I added more leafy greens to my diet, I wouldn’t have to worry so much about missing a day or two.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
  • 5.
    What does your typical breakfast look like?
    • A.
      I love me some oatmeal! Maybe with oat milk, peanut butter, and a handful of raspberries to jazz it up a bit.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
    • B.
      I’m all about protein: a couple fried eggs, bacon, and a slice of toast or two. Then a glass of orange juice to wash it all down!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • C.
      I’m not much of a breakfast person. If I eat it at all, I’ll usually have something super quick like a cereal bar or a yogurt cup.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • D.
      I love a good breakfast wrap: scrambled eggs, sliced turkey, cherry tomatoes, and lettuce in a whole-wheat tortilla — yum!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
    • E.
      Coffee and more coffee.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • F.
      Freshly made juice like celery or fresh fruit.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
  • 6.
    From 1-10, how satisfied are you with your current job or occupation?
    • A.
      1-4 — It’s definitely not my dream job… I often finish work feeling drained and dissatisfied. It’s difficult finding the motivation to show up every morning.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • B.
      5-7 — It’s not the best… But it’s also not the worst. With a few small changes, I feel like I could be happy working my current job.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
    • C.
      8-10 — I love what I do, and I can’t imagine doing anything else! My work makes a difference, and it gives me a real sense of purpose.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
  • 7.
    How much alcohol do you consume per week?
    • A.
      0-3 drinks — Alcohol isn’t really my thing. But if I’m celebrating, I might have a glass or two.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
    • B.
      4-7 drinks — I usually have a glass of wine or beer with dinner. While I drink regularly, I rarely get drunk.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
    • C.
      7+ drinks — I have a couple drinks per day. Occasionally I party a little too hard and wake up with a hangover.
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
  • 8.
    What’s your exercise of choice?
    • A.
      Jogging, biking, swimming… I like it all. Working up a sweat is my go-to way of releasing stress!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
    • B.
      Does walking from my front door to my car count as exercise? 
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • C.
      A low-impact activity that fits easily into my schedule. Maybe  a walk after dinner or an online yoga class. 
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
  • 9.
    Which emoji best describes your current stress levels? 
    • A.
      🥵 — Yikes! My stress level is critically high, and I fear I’m about to burn out big time. If only I knew how to ease my worries...
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer)
    • B.
      🤷 — Meh… Could be better, could be worse. When I’m not stressed, I feel good, but as soon as it rears its ugly head, I get thrown way off course!
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Novice)
    • C.
      😌 — For me, stress is so not a problem. It’s not that I never feel stressed, but rather when I do, I know how to deal with it in a healthy way (aka. deep breathing and a cup of chamomile tea).
      (Correlates to: You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado)
  • 10.
    How much water do you typically drink per day?
    • A.
      1-2 glasses — Okay, I know I should be drinking more, but it’s so easy to forget!
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      2-6 glasses — I’m pretty good with sipping water throughout the day. No dehydration headaches for me!
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      6-8 glasses — I’m all about hydration… You couldn’t pay me to stop drinking my eight glasses.
      (Correlates to: )

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    You're a Healthy Living... Newcomer
    Friend, when it comes to healthy living, you’re new to the game... but you’re off to an awesome start! By completing this quiz, you’ve begun to take your health and happiness into your own hands.You’ve made a big, brave step towards committing to positive change, and if that isn’t worth celebrating, what is? Maybe you want to lose a few pounds, sleep a little deeper, or decrease your stress levels…Whatever your goals may be, rest assured that with a little guidance and support you can achieve — even exceed — them."Your present circumstances don't determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start." — Nido QubeinThree tips to help you on your path to a healthy, happy lifestyle...1) Pick Exercises that Excite YouFriend, exercise doesn’t have to look like you sweating it out in an overcrowded gym. While treadmills, ellipticals, and similar cardio machines are a great option if you’re short on time, they can get a little boring if you don’t switch up your workout routine.Instead of forcing yourself to spend an hour doing something you really aren’t in the mood for, ask yourself what physical activities you genuinely enjoy. It could be something simple as raking the leaves in your front yard or taking a relaxing walk along the creek with friends or family. If you pick something that lights you up, you’re way more likely to get out there and actually do it.2. Rethink Your Sleep RoutineAccording to a recent study, insomnia is on the rise… And it’s no wonder when you think of our culture’s high stress levels and total reliance on technology. Computer and smartphone screens emit a wavelength of light in the blue spectrum, which signals your body to wake up. When you use your devices within two or three hours of bedtime, your body can’t make the melatonin it needs for a refreshing, rejuvenating sleep…So pick your ideal lights out time and press pause on your screens well before then!On top of that, try managing the stress that might be keeping you up after hours by taking up meditation. This will lower your cortisol levels throughout the day so that by night you’re able to fall fast asleep.P.S. Steering clear of caffeinated beverages like coffee and Red Bull will also go a long way in your quest for an eight-hour snooze.3. Cut Out Highly-Processed SnacksMaybe you’ve heard this tip a million times, but I’m going to say it again because it truly is that important. Clean those highly-processed snacks out of your cupboard, friend! I’m not just talking about the chocolate bars and marshmallows.Many supposedly nutritious foods such as pasta, peanut butter, and granola bars are jam-packed with sugar, salt, and chemicals that non-scientists can’t even hope to pronounce.Find whole-food alternatives to your favorite snacks. I.e. instead of highly-processed fruit leathers, try drying apples, apricots, or whatever suits your fancy with produce straight from the farmer’s market. Even junk foods like potato chips can get a healthy makeover! Don’t be scared to get a bit creative…"Who’s this self-care whiz with all the tips?" Let me introduce myself...Hey there 🙋‍♀️ I’m Mary, intuitive coach & consultant. I help worn out, tired, overwhelmed individuals *just like you* create healthy, happy lives. What’s my philosophy? You may ask...Well it’s all about habits (aka. little actions that make a massive difference over time) to begin with, but going deeper into the belief system to understand why we have habits to begin with, that we can strive for lasting change in our habits.If you’re like many, you may have developed daily routines that sabotage your mind and body. Maybe you struggle with overeating or over drinking . Maybe you just can’t seem to quit smoking… whatever your vice it, it does not need to be this way.No matter what it is, I’m here to help! Together, we’re going to get to the bottom of the habits that may be holding you back from your healthiest, happiest life.Looking for a little extra guidance? Check out these three resources...1. Join our newsletter of self-care, and get tips that you can start to implement self-care on your own. Learn where you can connect with me in person at local events.2. Read this post on my blog where we start learning about beginning steps to creating a self-care regime.3. Consider working one on one with me to do a deep dive into your beliefs and what is blocking you from moving forward in self-care and other areas of your life. Think we might make a perfect match? Click HERE for a quotation.P.S. If you would like to book a session with me, click the purple button below for your quotation.
  • 2.
    You're a Healthy Living... Novice
    Friend, you know taking care of yourself should be a top priority, but sometimes it’s a little difficult drumming up the motivation...If you want to look and feel your best, but you find yourself slipping back into unhealthy habits like overeating or over drinking, you’re so not alone!Luckily, when you decide to make a lasting change, you’ve got everything it takes to reach your goals. All you need is a little push… And that’s what I’m here for!"If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it." — Mary Engelbreit Three tips to help you on your path to a healthy, happy lifestyle...1) Pick Exercises that Excite YouFriend, exercise doesn’t have to look like you sweating it out in an overcrowded gym. While treadmills, ellipticals, and similar cardio machines are a great option if you’re short on time, they can get a little boring if you don’t switch up your workout routine.Instead of forcing yourself to spend an hour doing something you really aren’t in the mood for, ask yourself what physical activities you genuinely enjoy. It could be something simple as raking the leaves in your front yard or taking a relaxing walk along the creek with friends or family. If you pick something that lights you up, you’re way more likely to get out there and actually do it.2. Rethink Your Sleep RoutineAccording to a recent study, insomnia is on the rise… And it’s no wonder when you think of our culture’s high stress levels and total reliance on technology. Computer and smartphone screens emit a wavelength of light in the blue spectrum, which signals your body to wake up. When you use your devices within two or three hours of bedtime, your body can’t make the melatonin it needs for a refreshing, rejuvenating sleep…So pick your ideal lights out time and press pause on your screens well before then!On top of that, try managing the stress that might be keeping you up after hours by taking up meditation. This will lower your cortisol levels throughout the day so that by night you’re able to fall fast asleep.P.S. Steering clear of caffeinated beverages like coffee and Red Bull will also go a long way in your quest for an eight-hour snooze.3. Cut Out Highly-Processed SnacksMaybe you’ve heard this tip a million times, but I’m going to say it again because it truly is that important. Clean those highly-processed snacks out of your cupboard, friend! I’m not just talking about the chocolate bars and marshmallows.Many supposedly nutritious foods such as pasta, peanut butter, and granola bars are jam-packed with sugar, salt, and chemicals that non-scientists can’t even hope to pronounce.Find whole-food alternatives to your favorite snacks. I.e. instead of highly-processed fruit leathers, try drying apples, apricots, or whatever suits your fancy with produce straight from the farmer’s market. Even junk foods like potato chips can get a healthy makeover! Don’t be scared to get a bit creative…"Who’s this self-care whiz with all the tips?" Let me introduce myself...Hey there 🙋‍♀️ I’m Mary, intuitive coach & consultant. I help worn out, tired, overwhelmed individuals *just like you* create healthy, happy lives. What’s my philosophy? You may ask...Well it’s all about habits (aka. little actions that make a massive difference over time) to begin with, but going deeper into the belief system to understand why we have habits to begin with, that we can strive for lasting change in our habits.If you’re like many, you may have developed daily routines that sabotage your mind and body. Maybe you struggle with overeating or over drinking . Maybe you just can’t seem to quit smoking… whatever your vice it, it does not need to be this way.No matter what it is, I’m here to help! Together, we’re going to get to the bottom of the habits that may be holding you back from your healthiest, happiest life.Looking for a little extra guidance? Check out these three resources...1. Join our newsletter of self-care, and get tips that you can start to implement self-care on your own. Learn where you can connect with me in person at local events.2. Read this post on my blog where we start learning about beginning steps to creating a self-care regime.3. Consider working one on one with me to do a deep dive into your beliefs and what is blocking you from moving forward in self-care and other areas of your life. Think we might make a perfect match? Click HERE for a quotation.P.S. If you would like to book a session with me, click the purple button below for your quotation.
  • 3.
    You're a Healthy Living... Aficionado
    When it comes to healthy living, you really know it all! You take steps everyday to make sure you’re living your happiest, healthiest life...But sometimes it just feels a little harder than you think it should. Maybe you wonder why it takes so much energy to make the right choices on a consistent basis. No worries, friend. I’m here to help!"It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver." — Mahatma GandhiThree tips to help you on your path to a healthy, happy lifestyle...1) Pick Exercises that Excite YouFriend, exercise doesn’t have to look like you sweating it out in an overcrowded gym. While treadmills, ellipticals, and similar cardio machines are a great option if you’re short on time, they can get a little boring if you don’t switch up your workout routine.Instead of forcing yourself to spend an hour doing something you really aren’t in the mood for, ask yourself what physical activities you genuinely enjoy. It could be something simple as raking the leaves in your front yard or taking a relaxing walk along the creek with friends or family. If you pick something that lights you up, you’re way more likely to get out there and actually do it.2. Rethink Your Sleep RoutineAccording to a recent study, insomnia is on the rise… And it’s no wonder when you think of our culture’s high stress levels and total reliance on technology. Computer and smartphone screens emit a wavelength of light in the blue spectrum, which signals your body to wake up. When you use your devices within two or three hours of bedtime, your body can’t make the melatonin it needs for a refreshing, rejuvenating sleep…So pick your ideal lights out time and press pause on your screens well before then!On top of that, try managing the stress that might be keeping you up after hours by taking up meditation. This will lower your cortisol levels throughout the day so that by night you’re able to fall fast asleep.P.S. Steering clear of caffeinated beverages like coffee and Red Bull will also go a long way in your quest for an eight-hour snooze.3. Cut Out Highly-Processed SnacksMaybe you’ve heard this tip a million times, but I’m going to say it again because it truly is that important. Clean those highly-processed snacks out of your cupboard, friend! I’m not just talking about the chocolate bars and marshmallows.Many supposedly nutritious foods such as pasta, peanut butter, and granola bars are jam-packed with sugar, salt, and chemicals that non-scientists can’t even hope to pronounce.Find whole-food alternatives to your favorite snacks. I.e. instead of highly-processed fruit leathers, try drying apples, apricots, or whatever suits your fancy with produce straight from the farmer’s market. Even junk foods like potato chips can get a healthy makeover! Don’t be scared to get a bit creative…"Who’s this self-care whiz with all the tips?" Let me introduce myself...Hey there 🙋‍♀️ I’m Mary, intuitive coach & consultant. I help worn out, tired, overwhelmed individuals *just like you* create healthy, happy lives. What’s my philosophy? You may ask...Well it’s all about habits (aka. little actions that make a massive difference over time) to begin with, but going deeper into the belief system to understand why we have habits to begin with, that we can strive for lasting change in our habits.If you’re like many, you may have developed daily routines that sabotage your mind and body. Maybe you struggle with overeating or over drinking . Maybe you just can’t seem to quit smoking… whatever your vice it, it does not need to be this way.No matter what it is, I’m here to help! Together, we’re going to get to the bottom of the habits that may be holding you back from your healthiest, happiest life.Looking for a little extra guidance? Check out these three resources...1. Join our newsletter of self-care, and get tips that you can start to implement self-care on your own. Learn where you can connect with me in person at local events.2. Read this post on my blog where we start learning about beginning steps to creating a self-care regime.3. Consider working one on one with me to do a deep dive into your beliefs and what is blocking you from moving forward in self-care and other areas of your life. Think we might make a perfect match? Click HERE for a quotation.P.S. If you would like to book a session with me, click the purple button below for your quotation.