You can have a life you love even more.
Whether your dream is to have more joy and ease in your life, feel deeply connected to yourself and others or feel and share gratitude (or do all three!), I’m here to help.
Choose the free resources that help you with what you want most.
3 Steps to Having a Meaningful Life You Love
What really matters most to you?
Imagine lighting up when somebody asks what you’ve been doing, because you love what you’ve been doing so much. Imagine saying no to things that drain you – and realizing you have more space for the things that energize and excite you.
I take you step by step through my reflective journaling process so you can have more joy and ease in your one precious life.
7 Days of Gratitude
Simple Practices for More Joy and Positivity in Your Life
In the 7 Days of Gratitude guide, you’ll find quick and easy gratitude practices that can increase positivity and make you feel the power of gratitude. And because you’ll also be expressing gratitude to others, you can spread love and joy to those around you!
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SMILE: 5 Easy Steps to Writing a Great Thank You Note
By writing notes of thanks using my simple process, you’ll make your reader smile and feel how you want them to feel. The guide includes sample thank you notes for when you can’t find the right words, template worksheets that you can use to draft thank you notes and ideas about different kinds of thank you notes to write and how to help children do the same. You may find yourself looking for people to thank.
Connect with Your Family Stories
Family stories are your heritage. Each family has a history that no other family has. By telling your stories and sharing them, you keep your history, tradition and ancestors alive, and build connection within your family and across generations.
Create a Family Motto or Mission Statement
Your family motto is a clear statement of how you want to live and thrive internally and in the greater world. It is based on your family’s core values and describes your purpose and what your family is about. In How To Create A Family Motto, I give you a fun framework and tips on how to make it age appropriate. You get to decide how to make your motto your own. There are no right or wrong answers, just fun and family connection.