Lynn Roulo

I started a Functional Medicine program-here’s what I’ve learned…

Original posted May of 2019, updated April of 2021 Update: I wrote this post in 2019 when I had been on my Functional Medicine program for about three months.  It’s been nearly two years now so I thought I’d post an update. Overall, I am thrilled with Functional Medicine.  I’m amazed at how good I …

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5 Reasons You Need Less Work and More Play If You Are an Enneagram Type 1

The Type 1 is called the Perfectionist or the Reformer. If this is your habit of attention, you already know you are the person we turn to when we need practical solutions.   Efficient, no-nonsense, and action-oriented, you solve tangible problems by implementing structure, planning, and organization. Fair-minded and inclusive, you are often the force …

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Three Self-Sabotaging Things Enneagram Type 6s Do (and How to Stop Doing Them!)

The Enneagram Type 6 is called the Loyalist and the Skeptic and if you have this habit of attention, your mind is gifted at spotting danger and identifying problems before they materialize. You see the fissures before they become cracks, and with your eye for potential pitfalls, you can help make the world a safer …

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9 Enneagram Types and 27 Subtypes - Lynn Roulo

Not 100% Sure of Your Enneagram Type? The Enneagram Subtypes May Hold the Answer.

Have you taken Enneagram tests, read books, attended workshops, but are still unsure of your Enneagram type? Don’t worry–you’re not alone. The Enneagram is an extremely rich and complex system and to simplify it, it is often described as a personality system that outlines nine distinct habits of attention and personality profiles. But this is …

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