There’s never enough, you’re always wishing for more, and once you have it, it’s gone in a blink—time. All we can do is become better stewards, more intentional and set our priorities. This week’s challenge, make sure your time is well spent.
This Week’s Mindful Moment: Having boundaries when you love what you do!! But to stay engaged and thrive in your passion, you must be able to pause! Boundaries in the midst of what energizes you is a must to make it all the way!
This week’s Mindful Moment: Moving and shifting into a new, better normal! What does that look like for you, your family, your time, spiritual life, health, energy, money? This weeks challenge, pay attention to what has brought you new found joy in these areas and let that become your better-best normal.
Today’s Mindful Moment: Grateful for those who are leading the way through this COVID crisis with kindness, compassion and strength. Giving of themselves for the sake of others. This weeks challenge… Take time to appreciate and acknowledge the sacrifice and work they are doing.
Today’s Mindful Moment: What to do when you’re stuck at home? Be creative and have fun! Thoughts and ideas from the mouths of teenagers.
Today’s Mindful Moment: We have so much to be grateful for… keep yourself centered in gratitude in the midst of chaos and crisis. Simple gratitude can change everything.
This week’s Mindful Moment with Bethany: No one is exempt from self-care. To bring the best of who we are to our everyday, sometimes that means putting yourself first.
One of the keys to coaching others, including our children, is allowing them to find solutions to problems and challenges they face. As a coach, its easy to step into that role of being “the fixer”; always having the answer. As a continuous improvement coach, Bethany shares the value of allowing others to lean into their struggle and find their answers—developing powerful people with powerful solutions.
Listen as Bethany shares some of her ‘wins’ throughout the holidays. Okay, so let’s be honest, it wasn’t cutting back on sugar or adding more exercise. But finding peace in the present, putting away the phone, not looking for perfection, and respecting her own personal boundaries—this is winning in the holidays!
'Tis the season... In this week’s podcast, Bethany has a very special guest with her, Pam Conway, her mother-in-love (law). There are so many ways to make the holidays memorable with your family, from advent calendars, to oranges and peanuts in stockings. Enjoy this delightful conversation about how to keep things simple and meaningful during the holidays.