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Get Stuff Done with Less Stress and More Ease

12 October 2017

I help people to get stuff done with less stress and more ease. That doesn’t mean that everything we encounter will (or should) be easy. Goodness, if we only had to do the easy stuff life would soon get pretty dull. We need challenge and new experiences to keep things interesting and to grow.

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How Do You Do It?

3 October 2017

How do you do it? That's the million-dollar question, isn't it? It's the question I get asked most frequently as a full-time working mom of five. As working moms, we know that the slightest hiccup in our morning can mean we are drastically late for work. The smallest traffic delay can mean missing our kid’s football game. We run a pretty tight ship and every minute is accounted for.

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HOW TO HEALTHIFY + UPGRADE YOUR HEALTH JOURNEY

30 September 2017

For a moment here let’s turn down all the noise, stop chasing all those unattainable visions of what healthy looks like and tune into you and where you are. This is your journey. This is your formula. You get to design what health looks and feels like in your world. You are capable of making these shifts.

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Something Isn't Working

9 September 2017

I have all these things I want in my life and goals I want to achieve, but there is only so much time in the day and I don’t want to compromise on ANY of them!! I get something different from these various social, faith related, creative and health focused aspects of my life and I believe they help me life a full life.

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Learning to Rely On Me

3 September 2017

About 6 and a half years ago, my world came crashing down. My mom - my rock, my best friend, my person, my go-to for everything - died in a car accident. My dad, who just lost his soulmate, best friend and the love of his life, had to come to my house to tell me and then watch as I collapsed on my bedroom floor in a heap of tears and hysterical crying.

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Walking Each Other Home

23 June 2017

It has been a tough month for our family. On May 12 our daughter finished radiation treatment after 6 months of chemotherapy and we were ready for it to be over. I struggle to talk about anything that does not involve cancer. Maybe we’re stuck, maybe we’re tired, maybe we’re resentful that she had to go through this again. In a self-help world, it would seem easy to fix the problem. Maybe I need a gratitude journey, maybe I need to remind myself of all the good that has come from this, or maybe I need a manicure, a shopping trip, and some “me time”. The problem is when you have faced your biggest fear and waited to hear about whether the cancer has spread in your little girl, those sorts of coping mechanisms don't seem to cut it anymore.

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Are You Pouring From An Empty Cup?

9 June 2017

I speak to so many women that are day in and day out exhausted, physically and mentally. They are holding down a full-time job, looking after the kids, organizing family life, cooking dinner etc., so you can say time is not really on their side.

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Would You Choose Confidence or Courage?

7 June 2017

The characteristics of confidence and courage are often perceived to go hand-in-hand. In fact, the two are not interchangeable. To be confident is to feel certain of one’s own abilities and appearance; to be courageous is to forge ahead despite fear. It would be wonderful to possess both of these qualities, but most of us do not. If you could choose to foster either courage or confidence, which of these traits would you prefer?

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How a Babysitter Saved my sanity, our marriage, and helped me fully enjoy life

31 May 2017

Why is it so hard to ask for help sometimes? My name is Jackie and I chose to be a stay-at-home mom. I decided to make raising our children my full time job, so for some reason, in my head, I thought that meant all of it was my responsibility. What I missed realizing was that it’s okay to ask for help and not feel ashamed for doing so.

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