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How to Navigate the Tough Times

Personal Development

2019 was an amazing year!  I started a business that I love.  Retired from a career that no longer served me.  It gets better!   I celebrated a new marriage and became a published author.  I really can’t wait to see what 2020 has in store for me.

My life was not always full of such joys.  Quite the contrary.  I experienced the pain and embarrassment of divorce and managed as a single parent.   The passing of my second husband was devastating and Hurricane Sandy wreaking havoc on my house .leaving me homeless for a period.

Any of these issues could have been enough to break me and keep me in darkness and despair.  But, I am resilient and happy to be exactly where I am today.  Luckily, I was guided back to a life of fulfillment and fun!

I’m so excited to share the replay of this episode of Dr. Sue and You Show.  Dr. Sue Cornbluth of RVN TV and me, Cheryl McBride Bailey had an amazing conversation around the practice of gratitude, meditation, and mindfulness.

In the interview, I share my insight into how I am able to navigate the turbulent times in my life and how gratitude, meditation/mindfulness, and yoga helped me move beyond the pain and into acceptance with grace.  I go deeper into why I started my business, Grit and Grace Meditation, LLC in 2019 and explain my intentions and aspirations are as a Soulpreneur.

Additionally, I really opened up about my story and my motivation behind becoming a co-author of the #1 best-selling book, Women Who Illuminate.

Here’s the interview, again!

I’d love to hear your thoughts and answer any questions.  Contact me.

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