A Little More Personal...

I clearly remember the growing anxiety as I was standing in a bookstore aisle, flipping through the pages of a book.  You might suspect the book was a mystery novel but in reality, it was a mostly-empty Journal.  On each page were questions and prompts to help the owner write about and know themselves better.  Questions like: What's on your bucket-list? or What do you like about being your age? or What do you want to accomplish in the next 5 years?

An instant, inner conflict ensued.  Inside my head it sounded something like, "I should know these things.  I have NO idea!  These questions would be really good for me to answer.  I do NOT want to look that closely at myself!  I'd rather not know what's inside there so I don't have to see all the things I don't like.  There are way too many emotions that would surface if I were to answer those questions.  No thanks!"

Needless to say, I did NOT buy that book then, but I sure wish I could find it, now.  That was about 5 years ago, before I found Life Coaching.  Since then I've used Life Coaching tools to create an amazing relationship with myself and everything has changed for the better!


Want to know even more?

  • I've been married for over 30 years to my high school sweetheart AND it's been a whole lot harder than either of us could have imagined.

  • I struggled for years with infertility AND I'm a blessed mom of 6. 

  • It took 18 years to get them all here.

  • Throughout my childhood, I was obsessed with horses.

  • I am not a dog person OR a cat person.

  • I've given birth to twins AND a baby over 10 lbs.

  • I have 3 grandchildren AND 2 teenagers.

  • I am an awesome cook AND I really don't like to cook anymore. 

  • I used to believe I love to travel... but now I'm clear that I don't.

  • I received my first college degree when I was 48!

  • I REALLY wish I didn't like chocolate.  I especially wish I didn't like brownies.

  • I never imagined I could love a career as much as I love life coaching!

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