How To Become A Remote Medical Coder: From Getting Started To Getting Hired

So, you want to become a remote medical coder? It certainly is an in-demand profession that also happens to pay well. In fact, a CNBC survey found there were far MORE remote medical coder jobs than there are trained professionals to fill them. In other words, if you want a remote career path that has […]

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We don’t realise how much we missed ourselves until we’re out of the painful situation

Each time I come out of a relationship or situation where, consciously or not, I’ve sought validation, I’m always relieved. Sure, in the immediate aftermath, that relief might be mixed in with hurt and anger, but I focus on the release from the anxiety and distress that I experienced. My inner self breathes a great big sigh of […]

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Your Kids Don’t Have to Inherit Your Body-Image Issues: New York Times Parenting

I was interviewed for Virginia Sole-Smith’s NYT Parenting article, sharing advice for parents who struggle with food and self-image on how to avoid inadvertently passing along unhealthy behaviors. “If you’re feeling like, ‘I need to hide my diet from my kids,’ maybe what you’re really saying is, ‘I don’t want to do this but I […]

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Postpartum Fitness: 5 Moves to Avoid!

I teach a Mommy + Me workout class in Boston once a week and my favorite thing is talking to all the new mommas about how THEY are doing. I asked everyone to share a personal win this week and at first they were silent with nothing at all. “Surely, you all had something new???” […]

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Podcast Ep. 172: It’s okay to not know what you want

In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I talk about about why not knowing what you want doesn’t have to mean something terrible and why it’s going to be tricky to listen to what you want if you’re not listening to (and meeting) your needs. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Android Some nuggets from the episode Sometimes […]

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