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Creating Space and Clearing the Brain Fog

Ever since getting home from our leadership retreat (more to come on that later hopefully) last week, I just can’t seem to get this thought of “creating space” out of my mind. I have always loved what I do as a coach and mentor, but for the last couple of months, I just felt like I was going through the motions and in a bit of a funk or brain fog, you might call it. One of our focuses on our retreat, though, was regaining our vision and really fine-tuning our process to be even more effective. And I just came home feeling like I had so much more space and clarity.

I know that I am not the only mama obsessed with doing big things and living my best life, so I decided I needed to share with you what I’ve been doing to make a little more space in my life. Now, I know that all probably sounds a little abstract, so just bear with me…I’m going to get to the practical, but first, how do you know you need a little more space?

Are you feeling frazzled and like you're constantly trying to clear the brain fog? Discover how you can create more space and live your best today.

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5 Tips for Recovering from Holiday Fatigue

Holiday FatigueBetween hustling around to all of the local shops, baking cookies for the Christmas party, and preparing your Christmas feast, you are likely feeling a little worn out. Let’s be honest, while this time of year is truly magical, it can also be…exhausting! I did pretty well keeping things simple this year, but I’ll admit, I am still feeling a little fatigued after the fact. If you’re in the same boat, join me in taking a few simple steps to recover from holiday fatigue and feel great as we head into the new year. Continue reading

Happy Birthday, Jesus! 5 Ways to Celebrate Jesus’ Birth This Christmas

It's easy to lose sight of what Christmas is truly about. Focus on the true meaning of Christmas with these simple ways to celebrate Jesus' birth.With all that the holidays entail, it can be easy to simply “go through the motions” of the holidays without recognizing why we set aside this holiday in the first place. I enjoy the gift giving, the décor and revelry, and the sweet treats as much as the next person, but each year, I find something missing until I’ve focused in on the real reason for the season. If you feel like something has been missing in your holiday season, give some of my favorite traditions for keeping Christ in Christmas. Continue reading

5 Days to Get Your Home Holiday Ready In Minutes

5 Days to Get Your Home Holiday Ready**This post contains affiliate links.

Okay, so we all know that part of the stress of the holidays is trying to get your home ready for guests. The cleaning, rearranging, and organizing can be overwhelming if you don’t have a system in place, and especially if you’re not much into that type of work and you don’t have much time to get it done. Well, I’m here to let you in on a little secret…You can get your home holiday ready in as little as 5 days (remember, there are only 5 days left until Christmas) in just minutes a day!

I like to consider myself somewhat of a maintenance cleaner. You know, I’m not one that deep cleans every week, scrubbing the floors and wiping down the walls. But, what I do actually do is a little bit of cleaning each day to keep my home clean all the time. So, today, I’m sharing a few of my tips for doing light cleaning each day to get your home holiday ready in 5 days or less. Plus, you won’t have to spend hours cleaning to get there! Continue reading

TIGF, Take Time to Reflect

Taking time to reflect is one of the easiest ways to begin living more contently. Join me as I reflect on my week and list a few things I'm thankful for.Happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a great week and are getting ready to enjoy at least a bit of down town with your family for the holidays. No matter what you are doing to celebrate, I encourage you to maintain your focus and not lose sight of what Christmas is truly about. It can be easy to get caught up in all of the gift giving and revelry, but take some time this year to sit and reflect on Jesus’ birth as well as all of the blessings that you’ve been given throughout the year. Even if it’s been a particularly hard year, I’m sure you can find at least a few things that have made it worthwhile. Continue reading