How can you get freedom out of your life if you’re not having fun along the way? 😉
I’m here to teach you how to intentionally design a lifestyle that doesn’t restrict you.
Isabel and Co. launched in Dec 2020 to help female entrepreneurs who are struggling to create a balanced lifestyle between work, food, and play.
1 | Get clear on your goals. Knowing the what and how of your lifestyle design is as important as in business.
2 | Create habits that don’t feel suffocating. Habits are no-brainers (fact). Yet we struggle to create them because people want instant gratification. I know how to make it meet in the middle.
3 | Understanding the Psychology behind our behavior. Want to make life easier? Behaviorists have been studying this for YEARS and it’s about time we start reaping the results.
Bonus: Creating the life you want involves no tears lol
I believe in long-term success and never caging yourself in a box
Isabel & Co. is essentially a lifestyle blog — but beyond that, I aim to coach women into becoming the more fulfilled versions of themselves. Whether it’s in their food, habits, or mental health.
Go from “surviving” to thriving.
Hi, I’m Kiara – your neighborhood coffee-obsessed wellness coach
Figuring out how to improve my mental health became the new Sunday read.
And actually committing to an action plan changed the game.
I spent many months of 2020 going to my new-home gym and practicing yoga. I love the science of mindfulness and applying this to my daily life.
Then, I started sharing my findings on Facebook (my Bloom With Your Business community) when I realised many female entrepreneurs were on the same boat — there was just no time for self-care when you have a business to run.
And so, I made it my mission as a wellness coach to help women take control of their life — may it be getting more sleep or eating right. I use my own Health Psychology practice to enable behavior change and design the lifestyle you want.
Earning and creating a life we enjoy is an added bonus 😉
Fun fact: Isabelle is actually my middle name! I am embarrassed when called that in real life 😅
Truth time: I was a McDonald’s everyday kinda girl
I grew up in the Philippines where fast food chains were our daily go-to’s. I had no semblance of fitness and, admittedly, remained very sluggish uptil my early 20’s
In fact, I was completely insecure about my weight and looks, that it encouraged me to eat more. It wasn’t until I had a serious mental health problem when I decided to take control of my life.
I tried everything — from weight loss programs, counting calories, and even drinking slimming tea.
Even with all the health gurus out there, telling me I was doing great reaching my goals, I became underweight and had a terrible relationship with myself.