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: 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.
Did you know your success rate for accomplishing your goals increases drastically by doing one simple thing? We can all set out with great intentions, but intentions must have action and accountability. In this week’s podcast, Bethany shares the one simple thing and some other tips and tricks that can change everything for us achieving our goals. 2020 is going to be magical—just you wait!
Time keeps on ticking and somehow keeps speeding up as it passes into the future. There is no way to slow it down, make it stop, or even rewind. None of us know how much time we have in this life. In this week’s podcast, Bethany shares the importance of cherishing each moment, living in adventure, and embracing new experiences along our journey.
Somebody looks at us funny, ignores our ‘hello’, or doesn’t text or call us back and we instantly assume the worst. We start making up a story full of lies about what happened because we're hurt, without taking the time to get to the source of truth. All these assumptions can lead to gossip, rumors, and ultimately broken relationships. In this week’s podcast, Bethany talks about how to stop making an ass-u-me (ass out of you and me).
Teen life can be filled with so much drama. They face so many challenges to belong and be accepted by their peers, while trying to figure out and develop healthy friendships. Part of our role as parents is to model what healthy looks like. We all have been hurt by words and actions of others, we all have had bad days, but it doesn’t give us the right to be mean or cruel to others as a way to deal with the pain. In this week’s podcast, Bethany talks about how to create a drama and bully free zone starting at home with your teens.
I want to be the real authentic me in every situation of my life; whether with family or friends, on the job, at church, volunteering, etc. To be comfortable in my own skin; to agree to disagree; to love wholeheartedly; to let people in to a deeper me; to be vulnerable; full of joy; real... Continue Reading →