Tips for the Transition | The Career Roadmap

Career Women: Bank Your Health! with Gina Ramirez

August 31, 2022 María Tomás-Keegan Season 5 Episode 191
Tips for the Transition | The Career Roadmap
Career Women: Bank Your Health! with Gina Ramirez
Show Notes

Do you make regular deposits in your savings account or college fund for your kids or vacations? Maybe you put a certain amount of your money into your retirement plan. All good practices! 

But what about you? Do you make daily deposits into your personal bank, so you don’t become bankrupt of energy, joy, and happiness?

In this podcast episode, we talk about banking for your health with Gina Ramirez, a certified health coach, licensed professional counselor, and worksite wellness specialist. She knows something about struggling with the loads we carry around mentally and physically because she’s been there. And now, she helps career women examine what it takes to stop living by impossible standards and start reducing stress to avoid burnout. 

I’m delighted to chat with Gina today because we need to elevate this conversation and invite everyone to join in and talk about Banking our Health.

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