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Work-Life Balance | Does it Even Exist?

What does work-life balance look like in your life? Perhaps you’re thinking, “it’s non-existent!” No worries- life can be messy, but you can always step back and redefine it.

Right now is better than ever to be working toward a healthy work-life balance especially fitted to you. 

Not only is this a great time to explore what you might be happy doing, you can create a happy and healthy work-life balance.

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Comment by Ann Musico on June 25, 2017 at 2:45pm

Actually I've always been fascinated with EFT and came across a Biblically-based EFT certification program which I am working through. So besides helping myself and my family this can be an important part of my coaching as well. I am really enjoying it.

Comment by Marcy Travis on June 25, 2017 at 7:34am

Ann, thanks for reading & commenting. Yes, you can learn so much by taking action and going with what you enjoy.  I'd love to hear your ideas for the next months!

Comment by Ann Musico on June 19, 2017 at 2:10pm

I love this story Marcy! So encouraging. I love the idea of trying 2 or 3 things that appeal to you and then just seeing which advance and going from there. I want to implement this kind of thinking!

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