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Is It Time to Try Self-Employment?

Morning routines are important for everyone, especially for those suffering from the trauma of being a war veteran. Staying busy has been shown to be crucial for your mental health. So why not consider self-employment if you’re tired of busting your ass every day for someone else. Because of the website I Buy I Review, […]

Why You Need a Therapist

When we take on a new client, we often take an initial screening of their mental health to see if some of their “stuckness” might be in part of a mental health disorder, such as anxiety or depression. This just helps our coaches understand what other elements the client may be trying to fight, but […]

A Case Study: Daniel

Daniel came to VFFW after losing his job. He was depressed and unsure if he would ever be able to find work again, let alone a job that he actually enjoyed. We paired Daniel up with VFFW Coach Thomas and the two set out to find work that Daniel would enjoy.   About a year prior […]

Want to be happier? Eat real food.

Our society has made it easier than ever to ingest food. Have 10 minutes and five dollars? Here is an entire meal you can scarf down while in front of your computer. Surprisingly enough, that kind of meal is not good for your, both for in nutrition and well-being.   Meals are meant to be enjoyed, […]

Learn A New Skill

You know the old saying “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks?” Well, we don’t believe that for a second! No matter how old you are or what you think you know, there is always room to learn a bit more.   One of the best things you can do to put some oomph into your life […]

The Annual VFFW Summit

Every each, the VFFW team hosts our annual summit, and it’s an absolute blast.  Held in San Diego, the four-day event features a variety of activities that give attendees variety, flavor, fun, and wonder that they can bring home and incorporate into their lives.   Each morning consists of mediation and yoga sessions that help summit […]

A Case Study: Judy

At 62, Judy lost her zest for her life. A recent widow with no children, Judy spent most of her days alone in her house. Her nightly glass of wine with dinner became two, then three, then the whole bottle. One morning, as she was taking the recycling out, the clink-clack of the bottles embarrassed […]

Take a Personal Day

Many of our clients come to us stressed and nearing a breakdown. They don’t understand how they got here, but we do. Too much work, not enough play!  Our society is set up to honor workaholics. We prioritize office time over family time, and those that work longer hours are considered more a part of […]

How to Start a Morning Routine

Morning routines offer a great beginning to the day, and they allow us to start the morning refreshed and re-energized. And, the best part, is that they are easy to do!  Some morning routines can last an hour, and some just five minutes. It’s best to start small and decide what works best for you. […]