Isadora Baum, CHC
http://isadorabaum.com/
A freelance writer and content marketer and a certified health coach, Isadora Baum is a major foodie, doggie-lover, Greek yogurt fanatic and expert sampler. She loves trying new health foods, coaching clients towards achieving their goals, writing creatively across a variety of industries, and enjoying a Malbec with friends. For more information on her writing, visit isadorabaum.com and for health tips, visit liveforyounow.com.

Isadora’s Latest Articles

How To Know If Your Hygiene Could Improve

It can be hard to remember to wash your sheets regularly and keep tabs on cleaning the toilets (the most fun chore, right?), but maintaining your cleanliness can be great for your health and wellbeing. Knowing that your lifestyle is not hygienic and needs some improvement is a good starting step towards having a fresher, healthier environment and amping up confidence and self-care.  As a certified health coach, I work with clients on taking care of their bodies, through the foods they eat, the e…

By Isadora Baum, CHC

Things That Make You Feel Hungry When You're Not

Sometimes it's challenging to know the difference between hunger and mindless snacking, and when you have that sense of mindlessness, it can be hard to put the fork down. By recognizing when you're actually hungry and not just craving delicious foods, you'll be better able to control your mood and energy levels longterm. Feeling out of control in terms of your diet can sometimes lower confidence, in my opinion, as people generally like to feel as though they have a grasp on their lifestyles and …

By Isadora Baum, CHC

How Your Body Can React To Chronic Isolation

There's a fine line between staying in on a Friday night and avoiding social engagements for an entire weekend. While sometimes the body needs rest and solo time, having a social network boosts well-being, and your mind and body can negatively react to not socializing for more than a day at time. It's totally fine to be an introvert, where you're shyer and value alone time more than others, but if you're anxious about being around others or you isolate yourself too much, it might lead to lonelin…

By Isadora Baum, CHC