Better Me
Becoming The Best We Can Be
The Better Me Podcast delves into how people navigate through life’s challenges and live as the best people they can be. Coach, writer, and educator Heather M. Ross chats with guests about how they’ve gotten past life’s bumps in the road, from potholes to sinkholes. She also shares her own stories of living with a mental illness while striving to pursue her dreams.

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EP 156 Signing Off for The Summer

I’ll be back in the fall, but I took a few minutes to talk about why I do this podcast, the importance of taking breaks, and having boundaries that protect you and others from being pushed too hard. Find me on Instagram at @heathermross

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Episode 155 What, So What, Now What?

At a time when I’m hearing so much from people about feeling burned out, asking simple questions can help you see how what you may have learned matters and what matters for you to focus on in your life right now.

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EP 154 Setting an End-Time for Your Workday

For a lot of us, especially those working from home, the end of your workday can be hard to spot. In this episode, I share some thoughts on tips recently shared in a video by Todoist.

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EP 153 Give Yourself Time for Ideas

If we’re always racing around or staring at a screen, our brain doesn’t have the chance to ponder what we’ve been consuming. Give yourself time to let ideas come to the forefront and capture them before they’re gone. 

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EP 151 Take a Pause

This is a reminder that pausing from the chaos of our days, even just five minutes, can bring a lot of benefits.

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EP 150 Domestic Violence- One woman’s story and the need for change

Writer Denise Chong joined me to talk about her latest book *Out of Darkness*, domestic violence, and the troubling way many victims are still perceived.

If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, please see the resources below….

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EP 149 How Awareness and Heritage Months Connect to Mental Health

Our mental health can be harmed by how others treat us, which is why  Awareness and Heritage Months are important to our mental health.

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EP 148 You Have Choices

Sometimes we tell ourselves “I have no choice” because it’s easier than having to consider what can happen if you choose

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EP 147 Why Do You Do That?

Sometimes you need to ask yourself the question, “Why do I do that?”

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