Whether you’re looking to organize your home, improve your health, strengthen your family or something else, when you take leadership in your life to prioritize taking care of yourself, the influence that follows makes a great difference.
During the first month of ARISE, Eric and April had a live call with the ARISE community, and after discussing the topic of the month (which centered on a special “Gap Analysis” worksheet), they answered questions that were submitted during the call. In this podcast, we will share some of the most powerful questions and answers that will likely offer support to you in your current situation.
These two question are taped to the my bedroom door so I can see them every morning and night. The questions YOU might want to as yourself will probably be different, but I hope these ideas are helpful!
Our homes can be a lot of things. A place we love. A place we avoid. A place of contention. A place of acceptance. The beauty is that WE get to decide. Join us today for a collection of our best ideas!
We’ve discovered that there are four quotes (from the dozens we’ve shared on social media) that have resonated most powerfully with our community. Come find out which ones they are–and then ask yourself the four corresponding questions we’ve put together to help you build momentum!
Has being a “perfectionist” ever weighed you down? Or do you find yourself feeling worried about what other people will think of you if you don’t do everything “just right”? This post outlines a few key thoughts to help you get moving in a healthy direction.
Whether you’re getting out of backlog, returning from a trip, or simply facing a busy Monday morning, chances are you’re going to find yourself–at SOME point–feeling overwhelmed by tasks. This is a behind-the-scenes step-by-step tour of EXACTLY how to get out of the overwhelm.
Feeling overwhelmed and/or weighed down with WAY too many good things? Today we’re talking about specific ways to streamline your projects, creatively reach your goals, and adjust your expectations (so we can all be healthy and happy)!
Today’s podcast is intended to help you lock in five habits that can truly become game-changers. Don’t let the simplicity fool you. With consistency, they really work.
Exercise is a big deal for me–and for many people. We want our bodies to be strong. And we want to have routines that really support our goals and help us to feel our best. In today’s interview with Robin Long from The Balanced Life, we share specific ways you can create routines around your health so that you can optimize your systems and feel amazing. Come listen in!