Is it possible to do both home and work life well? You know I seek to answer this question with every episode!
This week, I visit with Carina Lawson, a business efficiency consultant, executive mentor, certified high-performance coach coach™, and the founder of Ponderlily Paper & Planners.
Her mission is to help high-achieving professionals and entrepreneurs create space in their schedules to find the "sweet spot" where ease and efficiency meet so they can have more energy, time and fulfillment in their lives.
Listen as Carina shares productivity tips (there is a timer involved!) and how she works through all her roles with joy!
My guest, Tiffny Hagan, and I break down the sheer amount of programs and courses we have taken over the years! We share what questions we've learned to ask and what thing to avoid when signing up when considering these factors:
On this episode, I visit with co-founder Chantelle Friedman about her non-profit organization called Live Inspired 365 and how they are providing hope and help for mental health awareness. Listen in as she shares her heart and mission to help those that need to know they are not alone!
Chantelle started Live Inspired 365 after losing her Dad to suicide. Her first project was to sell stickers and she used the money she raised to purchase journals for patients in the Behavioral Health Hospital. With the help of her friend Michelle, they have supported and encouraged thousands with their donations & projects, all while sparking meaningful conversations about the importance of mental health.
If you or someone you you love is struggling, please get help! You can call or text "988" to chat with compassionate, accessible care and support for anyone experiencing mental health-related distress, suicide crisis or substance abuse.
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Need a restart in your home?
Need to reduce the clutter so you and your family can function better in your space?
Listen to this episode with guest Alesha Berning on how to get rooms to work for your family and KEEP them organized!