As humans, we are always trying to better ourselves and strive for success.

However, without a little health resources support, this can sometimes be difficult.

health resourcesHealth resources online may help ease that difficulty. I’ve built my career as a holistic health coach because I love being face-to-face with other women who want personalized, professional support. When meeting in person cannot happen, it feels good to be able to offer online resources to others. There is a growing interest in fitting health activities into an already busy lifestyle, so many of the resources my clients like best are available 24/7.

One of my objectives with Homemade Health enews is to make sure that I pass along to others the resources I find beneficial. I’d like to share with you five of my favorite online tools and apps that help all of us find success online in our health and wellness goals!

 1.  VIDEOS ONLINE
I am having a blast making videos myself! If you haven’t yet found the Video Tutorial page on my website, here’s a health resources link for you. Keep an eye on this page because a new video will be uploaded almost every week. I’ve always wanted to be a movie star! http://georgianneholland.comvideo-tutorials/

2.  MIRROR WORK
One of my early teachers, and by early I mean over 20 years ago, was Louise Hay. I’ve personally studied with her on two occasions and try to keep up with this sparkplug of a woman whenever I get the chance! Here is one of my favorite classes she teaches on the topic of Mirror Work. https://youtu.be/VZFcN5qB8yM


health resources3. 24/7 CLASSROOM
If you want to learn anything, from how to knit to how to be fit, there is a YouTube resource online you can use. Without commuting to the gym or waiting for your knitting friends to show you that complicated stitch, this online resource is available 24/7. My YouTube channel is in its infancy, so I’ll direct you to another one that’s helpful: BeFit. https://www.youtube.com/user/BeFit

4.  PINTEREST
Another online resource I enjoy and recommend is Pinterest. If you haven’t already explored this resource, I’d be surprised, so I won’t try to sell you on it. I do know that there is a fun board you can add inspirational images and thoughts to today if you’d like! I opened this board as a way to share with and learn from other wellness-minded women. I’d love to see what you pin there! https://www.pinterest.com/nestleandsoar/daily-inspiration-for-women/

health resources5.  CONTENT-RICH BLOGS
The final online resource I recommend to my private clients is a content-rich blog called MindBodyGreen. This helpful resource is great to subscribe to, and just when you need a little pick-me-up, a fresh email link will be delivered to your inbox. Do you ever notice that on-point messages keep showing up for you, especially when you are open to such inspiration? I love that! http://www.mindbodygreen.com/