Proven Ways to Stress Less and Overcome Obstacles

 Proven Ways to Stress Less and Overcome Obstacles

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As 2014 comes to a close, I wanted to share tips for overcoming obstacles, bringing more balance to your life, how to de-stress, and how families can get through difficult times. Sometimes, the holidays are happy times and, for some, the holidays are challenging as they struggle with health issues, grief or loss, or any number of other things. I was interviewed by Rose Hawley-Perry of Mindfully Organized and I’m sharing this interview here.

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If you want to skip through the interview to hear feedback on a  specific topic, may the below summary help.

Listen in at:

2:44 to hear about the most chaotic and challenging time in my life and how I found my way out. It includes six key things including faith, family support, gratitude, love, alternative healing, and strength.

6:38 to hear about my background and my decision making process to leave my career to take take of my parents when they needed full-time care.

11:52 to hear what brings me the most balance in life. Hint: I provide a neat and simple visualization exercise you can do right now to de-stress.  I also share several gratitude practices that have helped thousands of others.

23:00 to hear something that I struggle to keep doing regularly and what I do to overcome it. It involves sleep and a ball.

28:00 to hear how you can reboot when you have lost your path. It’s a simple, yet powerful idea…and then some. Listen in and get a reboot idea for yourself!

33:10    to hear some quick tips for getting through difficult times. Here’s a sneak peek:

Recognize family comes first.

Set loving boundaries.

Eating together.

Humor is required.

“Mommy” days.

37:25 to hear more about how I work with clients and help them release the stuff that no longer serves them and move forward in life with grace and ease.



If you have trouble with the audio above, you can click here to check out the interview:


It’s your turn: What’s your favorite tip from our interview? What is your biggest de-stress tip? Please comment below.


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10 replies
  1. Mitch Tublin
    Mitch Tublin says:

    Enjoyed your thoughts on stress. I teach clients to practice on
    minimizing their stress each and everyday. As with many of our
    habits and behavior we must practice to instill change. By taking this
    approach we will be able to lessen our feeling of stress at times when
    the potential exists for our stress to be more intense than usual.
    Thank you for presenting us with your interview.
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