LOVE Your Life

LifeIsFun

How to Love Your Life, Even When It’s Hard

“Life is fun.” This is a text I sent to my best friend last night, without sarcasm or an eye roll. I meant it, with my whole heart and soul. This isn’t something I would have said a few years ago… I would have said “life is hard” or “life sucks” and believed it with […]

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I Used to Be a Liar

I Used to Be a Liar.

Seriously, I lied all the time. I lied every day about what I really desired, regardless of how big or small. I lied about who I was to my friends and family. I lied to my bosses and clients. I lied with every breath, word, and action, and especially with every smile plastered to my face. I lied […]

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CreateSpace

Why I Pulled Away from My Tribes (and Why You May Want To)

At the end of last year I made the conscious decision to pull away from my communities. My mastermind tribe, entrepreneurial groups I was in, mentors, and even some of my fellow business building friends. I was feeling unhappy with my business and like it needed to better reflect who I was and the work […]

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StopIdolizingOthers

No One’s as Impressive as They Seem

I’m super hard to impress, don’t get star struck, and am not a fan girl. The reason is, I know a simple secret most other people don’t realize: no one’s as impressive as they seem. That’s not to say people don’t do amazing and incredible things, or that they themselves aren’t amazing individuals. Of course […]

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If you asked me two months ago what topic I wanted to base my business on, I wouldn’t have been able to tell you. With her guidance and support, my business is up and running and I have created my Individual Coaching Package and two Transformational Quick-Guides. I’m currently coaching my own clients and there are several other products and packages in the making. The best part is that, by working with Stephenie, I have been able to overcome my own mental blocks so that I now feel so much more in-tune with my own creative flow. — Jennifer Twardowski