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Mar 28

3 Personalized Boosts For Your Day Today!

By Jen Regan | Prioritizing Yourself

Every single day we are taking care of those we love and work with. Taking care of and helping others is what we do, it’s who we are. We get a tremendous amount of joy from helping others and making their day run the best it can. An important question to ask is “What can we do to keep our tanks full and feel our absolute best at the same time?”

We are all coming to the end of winter, and for that we are thankful. For those of you reading from warm climates, we envy you in the months of February and March because the wait for spring, more sun and warmer weather can be grueling. It is this time of year when the sun starts to shine and the birds start to sing, that we start to feel alive again.

Even with the sun shining and the flowers popping up through the ground, we are all still prone to feeling worn out. It is important to us to keep all of the balls of life rolling and rolling well. Sometimes we find ourselves the last “ball” to be rolled, but I think it is time to change that. There are small things we can be aware of each day to give ourselves the individual boost that we need. It just requires some intentionality.

Today, ask yourself…

Does my body need a boost by moving and exercising, or could it benefit from some rest? It is pretty clear when our bodies are screaming for rest. Usually we can look back on our previous week and see that there has not been much rest in sight. There are also those days where you have been stuck behind your desk for hours on end, or sitting in your car running from one place to the next. These are the times when you body calls for some movement. Both movement and rest are wonderful ways to get a boost. Which one do you need today? Even in the smallest of ways, how can you make that happen today?

Would I get a boost by spending time with other people, or do I need to refill my tank with time by yourself? We have all had weeks that have been focused in on a deadline, project, or concern in life. As we work through these times and come out the other side, pay attention to how spending time with the important people in your life might give you a boost. Sometimes it feels great to have your office door open and walk around to chat with others. Sometimes, the door to your office, or maybe even your bathroom at home, needs to stay shut a little longer and even locked. Sometimes we simply need some time to ourselves to fill our tanks. When it comes to people, what will give you a boost today?

Will I get a boost by getting out of my comfort zone, or staying in it today? So many times we think staying inside of our comfort zone is the only way to bring us comfort, but that is not always true. Sometimes we know we need to take an uncomfortable step to move forward. Once we know we need to take that uncomfortable step, the longer we wait to do it, the more it actually zaps our energy. Sometimes “doing it afraid” and taking the “step of faith” will bring not only relief, but it can bring you a great sense of accomplishment too. There have also been times where I have been out of my comfort zone for quite some time and I needed the rest of staying comfortable for a while. What is the right thing for you today?

Like all of the wonderful people in our lives, we deserve a boost every single day! Many times we will be blessed with a boost from someone else, but let’s ensure our success and fit a boost in of our own!

I would love to hear what you have done or are doing to bring life and energy into your day! Leave a comment below! You have so much to contribute and share with other amazing women!

Here’s to having a great day filled with great things!

Mar 21

Yes! Yes! Yes! There Are Right Things To Say “Yes” To!

By Jen Regan | What's Most Important

More and more we hear about the importance of saying “no”, in fact, I have written blog posts on the subject. But not today! Today is all about “YES!”  There are so many important things in our lives that deserve to be told “yes!” What are they for you?

Recently my husband, John, was gone for a week on a business trip. We do not have children, so it was going to be me and my dog, Pebbles, holding down the fort for the week. The first thing I did was stop by the grocery store to pick up a bundle of fresh flowers. I came home, put them in a vase and displayed them front and center on my kitchen table. This is not something I do frequently, but it was spring and I decided to say “yes” to doing something special for myself. It is a little thing, but every time I see them, they makes me happy and for that, it was worth saying “yes” to!

In each of our lives we have people and things that are most important to us. Identifying what is most important has tremendous benefits. Yes, it reminds us of what is not important and what should not get our time, but just as importantly, our list of “most important things” directs us to what should get our time and attention.

What is most important to you? Have you ever taken the time to write them down? If not, now is a great time to start. Who is most important in your life? What activities are important to you? What values do you hold close to you? What do you want to invest your time and energy in? As you go through you week, start to think about it and start writing your list.

Once you have a good list started, another great step is to put them in their order of importance. This can be helpful when there are different “good” things competing for your time. Knowing what is MOST important will help you know what to say “yes” to.

Writing these important things down helps you, also, to really think them through too. I remember when I wrote mine down for the first time. I had no idea where to put myself. I knew I needed to take care of myself, but what did that mean? Forcing myself to write down what was most important to me, made me think about them, and over time, I slowly but surely moved myself up to a higher priority on my list. I knew I had to take care of myself in order to take care of others.

After you have written them down, keep them in your day planner or someplace you look daily. They are a great reminder of what to stay focused on when life tries to pull you off course. It also helps you come up with fun ideas like buying flowers for yourself!

There are so many things to say “yes” to, but we want to make sure we say “yes” to the BEST! Defining what BEST is, is the place to start this week!

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Here’s to saying YES to our BEST!

Mar 14

I’m Worn Down! How Can I Possibly Take On More?

By Jen Regan | Baby Steps

Are you going through a particularly challenging time in life right now? Are you dealing with pain in your body or a discouraging diagnosis, wondering why you don’t feel like a twenty something any more? Are finances putting stress on you and your significant other’s relationship? Is someone important in your life needing more time and energy that you just don’t have time to give? These are all stressors that pile on top of our already full calendar. What are we to do?

A few years back, my family started to realize that my dad was forgetting to pay bills that he had always been well on top of. As we dug a little deeper, we realized that dad was starting to develop dementia. Mom and dad had taken care of their own needs up until this point, but it was clear that they were going to need more help. All seven of us kids chipped in and did our part and for that I am very thankful. Since I live close to them, and mom had never had to deal with their finances before, I jumped in to partner with her on that. Dad’s decline was slow, which allowed us all to enjoy quality time with him and my mom, but I soon found myself having to take on a new job with very set hours. Within a short time of my schedule filling to the point of overflowing, my dad started to decline faster and my parents needed more support than ever. I, as well as my siblings, felt overwhelmed at times, not knowing how to juggle everything. We were focusing on one of the important things in our lives, but how were we to take care of everyone and everything that needed our attention?

Ever since I became a Life Coach back in 2011, and continued to deal with the ups and downs that life dished out, I have been determined to find an answer to help each of us manage all of the areas that are most important to us. Through a lot of trial and error, I have come across only one answer, baby steps.

There is no possible way for us to fit a big step into our already full schedule, and there are simply some things that we cannot say “no” to. If we have identified our new challenge as something that is most important to us, the only answer is baby steps.

If you are finding yourself overwhelmed by something today, and you have determined with all of your heart that this is something you cannot say “no” to, here is where to start.

  • Your first baby step is to do some real soul searching to see if there is anything you can remove from your calendar to make room for this new important area. If your child was studying for a “do or die” test in school, would you not require her to eliminate other things from her schedule until the test was over? When we grow up and have kids, we suddenly feel like we have to handle everything. YOU CAN’T! Talk to those you love and see if you can come up with a solution to take a few things off of your plate for now. Eliminating sleep is not an option here, we will discuss that next. This is a very important first baby step.
  • Your second baby step is to take care of your basic needs. You will only be at your best, to take care of others, when you first take care of yourself. Like baby step #1, you know this to be true, and you would give the same advice to someone you love. Remember, these are not big steps, these are baby steps. It does not mean going for a full grocery shopping trip. It may mean making a healthy decision for lunch on the go instead of a eating a Blizzard from Dairy Queen. It might mean leaving the pile of laundry to be folded later so you can go to bed. Please take care of your basic needs!
  • Baby step number three is: When you feel overwhelmed by the enormity of your tasks, break it down. In your day planner, a journal or a scratch piece of paper, break it down into your next few baby steps and focus on those. Do this to whatever degree you need to. If it would be a relief to do a brain dump and write out all of the things that come to your mind, do it, but then choose just the next few baby steps to focus on. This brings us to our last baby step for each day.
  • When you are laying in bed each night, walk through your day and remember all that you accomplished. If you spent the entire day sitting in a hospital waiting room with someone you loved, that was exactly what you were supposed to be doing. Remembering what you accomplished reminds you that you did focus on what’s most important in your life. It allows you to be grateful for the opportunities you had and to sends you to sleep on a positive note. Celebrate what you accomplished today!

This is not an easy subject, and baby steps is not an easy answer, but it is the right answer. If life is really tough right now, take care of yourself and do what you can, even if your baby steps are (as my friend calls them) as small as a gnat’s a%#. Keep going. You can get through this to the other side.

I really want to hear from you, even if you disagree with me completely. I am going to post this blog out on our Facebook Group and I would love to hear your thoughts on baby steps. Have they worked for you? Do you have another solution that has worked for you? Click here to join the conversation on our FaceBook Group. If you have not joined us yet, please do! We would love to hear from you.

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Mar 07

I Need A Solution – NOW PLEASE!

By Jen Regan | Can Do Attitiude , Overcoming Obstacles , Perseverance , What's Most Important

Life likes to throw challenges our way on a regular basis. Sometimes the solution is evident, sometimes it is not. I love instant answers. I love instant, clear direction, but life does not hand that to us all the time either. So what do we do when the solution to a challenge is not immediately evident?

I have had to make some challenging decisions in the past few months. These decisions revolve around areas that I have defined most important to me in my life. If they are most important, than they should get my time and energy right? Yes, but that is not always easy when there is only 24 hours in a day and I need to sleep and eat at some point. How, then, am I going to prioritize these things? What is the solution? Why isn’t the solution easy to find?

There are decisions that require immediate response, and we all do our absolute best to make the right decision at the moment. There are many decisions that really do not require an immediate response. The BEST solution might actually reveal itself if thought through over a period of time.

For those of you with strong, fast paced decision making skills, I know you feel that all decisions should be made quickly. My husband has the strength of making quick decisions and does it pretty well. Heaven forbid we were ever in an emergency situation, he would have me to the safest spot before the emergency even registered with me. Even though this is a strength, he does struggles with making decisions that do not have quick, fast, easy answers.

Those of us (me included) that have a slower, more introspective approach to decision making, can be challenged with the slow process of finding a solution too. I want things NOW just as much as others do. Here are the nuggets I want to share with you today that have been profoundly helpful for me in past months.

If something is very important to you, and does not require an immediate response:

  1. Don’t give up on the idea or dream if the solution is not immediately evident.
  2. If it is a priority, keep it in the forefront of your mind. Don’t let it slip away.
  3. In your mind, or even on paper, continue to play out scenarios that might work. You will find many that will not, but that is part of the process.
  4. HERE IS THE BIG ONE I HAVE LEARNED RECENTLY! Relax! Don’t fight it. There have been two instances where I kept fighting and fighting for a solution. When I finally wore myself out and relaxed, the answer appeared. One solution came through a comment from a friend and the second came from relaxing and daydreaming a little.

You might think I am off my rocker a little, but aren’t we all! ; ) If you have been trying to figure out how to make something very important to you work in your life, but the solution has not been easy, take another approach. Take a load off of your mind and relax. What’s the worse that can happen? A nap?

Let’s live an amazing life focused on what is most important to us. Hooray when life’s solutions  come quickly! Relax a little when they don’t!

Feb 28

I Love To Help, But You Are Draining Me!

By Jen Regan | Overcoming Obstacles

We all have certain people in our lives that we desire to please. It might be our boss, it might be a parent, it can even be our significant other. Taking care of others is a natural part of what we do and who we are, but there is one area we need to watch out for. When we want to please someone, who might not always be the easiest to please, two thing can fall out of balance without us even realizing it, our time and energy.

I consider myself a hard worker, and for that I am proud. I have also seen, as I reflect back on the jobs I have held,  that I always want to keep my boss happy. I think that is a good quality as well, but I have also found it is a fine line to walk. My desire to keep my boss happy can consume a lot of my time and energy, pulling it from other important areas of my life. I have had great bosses that I loved to work for, but because I wanted to please them, I put in way too many hours. I have had bosses that were micromanagers and caused me tremendous amounts of stress. I did not enjoy working for them, but nonetheless, I gave extra time and energy to keep them happy. It was during these times when other important areas in my life got the short end of the stick. I never want to suggest we neglect our work, I simply want other important areas of our lives to get the time and energy they deserve. Balance.

The topic of life balance comes up frequently in my conversations and interactions with amazing women and I am challenged with it continually too. I think there are a number of reasons why we can fall out of balance and spend too much time on one area of our life. If you feel as though you are struggling to keep the activities of your life balanced, here are some good questions to ask yourself:

  • Is there someone in my life who I am putting extra time and energy toward in the attempt to keep them happy?
  • Should they receive the amount of time and energy they are getting?
  • Are my attempts to keep this person happy draining me of energy?
  • Are my attempts to keep this person happy taking up a lot of my time?
  • What other beneficial area of my life could use more time and energy?
  • What small steps can you start to take to give less time and energy to people I am trying to keep happy?
  • What small steps can I take to spend more time in other important areas of my life?

As women, one of our amazing qualities is to help others, but because it is so important to us, it is an areas that can easily get out of balance. There are many “good” things we can spend our time and energy on. Let’s focus on the BEST things and go after them with all of our hearts!

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Feb 21

Your Everyday Investment is Appreciated!

By Jen Regan | Living Life Together , Serving Others , Uncategorized

Day in and day out you invest in others. In many ways, it has become a part of your everyday life. As a wife or partner, you invest in your significant other. If you have children, investing in your children is what you do. As a co-worker, a neighbor, a friend, a daughter, you make a difference in your world and it is much appreciated!

I want to remind you today that you make a HUGE difference in our world through the love you naturally show every single day. Yes, in many ways it is our “job”, but it is so much more than that.

As a wife or partner, you listen to, take care of, encourage and have fun with a very important person in our world. Your positive attitude and investment helps them to be all that they can be. Your investment makes a difference!

As a mom, you are shaping the future by shaping the beautiful life that you have been trusted with. Your positive attitude and investment makes our world, today and tomorrow, a better place. Your investment makes a difference!

As an employee, you work alongside people from all walks of life, carrying all kinds of life challenges. Sometimes a simple good morning smile, asking how they are by name, and both remembering and asking about important life events, can be a day changer for them. Your investment makes a difference!

As a daughter, your time, help with simple tasks, a check-in phone call, or enjoying fun family events can bring joy into the days of your loved one. Sharing life together and your investment makes a difference!

As a friend, your love, encouragement and goofy text messages can fill a day with joy. Even though we have many people around us throughout our day, life can still feel very lonely. Your investment of time with your friends makes a HUGE difference.

Today, I want to remind you that you do make a difference in your world! Many of the things listed above, and more, are just a natural part of who you are. You don’t even think twice about the investment. It is in these simple, sweet, precious ways that lives are impacted and changed forever.

Your investment is much appreciated!

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Feb 14

We Are Not Meant To Go At It Alone

By Jen Regan | Living Life Together

Have you ever been surrounded by people yet felt completely alone? You could be at work surrounded by your team, yet feel like you do not have anything in common with them. You can even be with your family and feel alone. I don’t think that most people in your life would ever want you to feel alone. We have two questions to ask ourselves: Do I stay where I’m at (alone), or do I do something about it?

One night, I was at the gym for a weight lifting class. As people rolled in for class, it was clear that they all knew each other well. I also knew from working out with them that they were all more advanced than I was. We started class and it was going fine. I was the last to finish each of the warm up drills, but that is not all that unusual. My personality is more the slow and steady type anyway. It was time to start lifting and by the time I got over to that area, all of the stations had been taken. Our trainer does a great job in trying to pair us up with someone that lifts close to the same weight as we do so that there are plenty of stations for everyone. Well, that was not the case this particular evening and I suddenly felt very alone. Luckily, there was still enough equipment for me, but I ended up setting up away from everyone else and worked through my reps by myself. I want to tell you that every single person that was at the gym that night were all very nice people. They were there to get their workout done so that they could head home to make dinner, just like I was. The situation I found myself in was not their fault, it just was what it was. It did not change the fact that I still felt very alone.

Sometimes we cannot avoid these situations. They are going to happen. What it made me realize though, is how much better life is when lived together with others.

I do not know what your life looks like right now. I don’t know how many people you have in your life who you truly feel like you can share your life with. It might be one, it might be a dozen, it might be none. I am here to tell you that if you do not have others to share your life with, you are missing something very important. If you have amazing people in your life but you do not have time to spend with them, you are missing an important piece of your life.

  • Other people can bring life to our lives.
  • Other people can bring joy and laughter to our lives.
  • Other people can bring perspective to our lives.
  • Other ladies can allow us to talk on and on and on with as much detail as we would like without their eyes glazing over. : )
  • Other people can be there when we start to feel alone.

Today is the day to embrace the people who bring life to your life. Spend time with them! Invest in them as they invest in you. If you do not have a dear friend in your life, start to invest time and love into others. These friendships require time and investment. Life is so much better when lived together!

Here’s to doing all we can to not go at it alone, and live a better live together!

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Feb 07

Imagine The Possibilities

By Jen Regan | Uncategorized

Can you imagine the impact you would have by taking your heart’s BEST work up one notch? You are already having an amazing impact on the people and world around you, think of the possibilities!

Imagine…

  • Having move energy and passion to be more intentional as you love and care for the people closest to you.
  • Having more energy and passion to be more intentional as you share your gifts and talents doing the work that makes your heart happy.
  • Having more energy and passion to be more intentional as you spend time with others who you can empower and receive that empowerment back in return.

You can do all of these things, but a few things may have to be adjusted to make them a reality.

You will have to take care of yourself like you never have before. I mentioned in past blog posts and our Facebook group that I was dedicating 2019 to take my mental and physical health up a notch. In order to do this, I needed to dig into the reason behind some unresolved symptoms I was having after completely changing my diet 5 years ago. Last Wednesday I was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition and it completely took the wind out of my sails for the past four days. Today I woke up and I knew deep down that I want to have more energy and passion in my life. My diagnosis is a stepping stone to move me towards having that energy and passion to do my heart’s BEST work. My diagnosis requires me to take my self care up one notch. Sometimes the steps we know we need to take are overwhelming, but it is never an  option if we want something better tomorrow than what we have today.

You will have to disqualify the “works” that are not a part of your heart’s BEST work. What are the things on your calendar that do not fall into your heart’s BEST work? Are there things that you spend your time on that could be replaced with other BEST things? This decision is individual to you. I personally know a number of ladies who spend time sitting with their significant other as they watch TV. There have been times when all of us have said to ourselves “I could be doing so many other things right now”, but prioritizing time with those we love is a part of our heart’s BEST work. Sometimes sitting around and watching TV does not qualify as our heart’s BEST work, only you can decide. I’m confident that we all have something in our  lives, if we really look close, that can be disqualified to allow time for something that is our BEST. It’s the only way we can take our heart’s BEST work up a notch.

You will have to decide what part of your heart’s BEST work you are going to take up a notch at this point in time. My heart’s BEST work involves my relationship with God, my relationships with my husband, family and friends. It involves encouraging others to be their BEST, and taking care of myself so I can do the same. It can be overwhelming to try to take all of these BEST things up a notch all at once. Decide today what one, or maybe two, BEST things you are ready to take up a notch. Ask yourself, what is one right decision I can make today to take those areas up a notch?

Don’t go at it alone! There is energy and strength in living out our heart’s BEST work with others. Taking our heart’s BEST work up a notch has its ups and downs. It is not only essential to have someone beside you during these times, but it is so much more fun. I have found that I laugh so much more when I am with the ladies in my life. We gain POWER when we are with others who EMPOWER us! Don’t do it alone. Carve out time to surround yourself with amazing people. It is a difference maker!

You are building on your already amazing life. You need extra energy from your self care and extra time carved out of your schedule. 2019 is the time to take the idea of living better and change it into the actions and passion to live better. Are you ready to take your heart’s BEST work up one notch?

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Jan 31

Settling Is No Fun

By Jen Regan | Overcoming Obstacles , What's Most Important

In preparation for launching my Facebook Group, I read the book Tribes by Seth Goden. In it he stated that “Settling is not fun.”1 Which I agree with whole heartedly. Just a few sentences later, he mentions “competing priorities” as a possible culprit for settling. Hmmm, that’s an interesting topic to dive into! How can we deal with competing priorities, especially when they are both high on our priority list?

Back in October, I changed up my workout routine. I started at a new gym, with new class options. I started out going to one class a week, desperately wanted to add more, but I suddenly found two high priority items pulling at me for my time and attention. Both of them were part of what I consider to be my Heart’s BEST Work. My family and my self care. I did not want to settle, but how was I going to work through these competing top priorities?

The first thing I did was review my priorities and how they were reflected on my calendar. I knew what was most important to me in life, so I needed to make sure those most important things were really getting my time and attention, not other less important things.

Second, since I had to find a way to juggle these two really important things, I took my time to make decisions. I was tempted to give up quickly and settle with the reality that one night at the gym was just going to have to be enough. I just could not settle for that. 2018 was a very “blah” year for me with regards to my physical health. I wanted new and better for 2019. The answers came by thinking things through over time and with determination.

Next, I had to be open to changing old routines. I love routines! Once I find something that works, I stick with it FOREVER (I wish)! As I looked at my options to fit in these most important things, I initially did not want to budge on changing up some of my well formed routines. It actually took the gentle nudge/suggestion of someone at the gym to make me even consider changing things up. I did and guess what, I have a new routine!

I decided to reduce my time with one priority in order to add it to another. I cherish the time I have at home with my husband and puppy, but something had to give in order for me to find time to add in my desired gym time. Neglecting my family was not an option, but finding a compromise was. Now, I workout on Saturday mornings when John (and Pebbles) love to sleep in. They hardly know I am gone. Some nights John and I eat dinner a little later, and the nights I workout, we have less “hang out” time. John does not love waiting at times, but he truly does support me, so we have found a compromise. Now my time is shared among these two priorities.

We have to guard and prioritize our Heart’s BEST Work, but know that even when priorities compete for our time, there is a way to come out the other side and not settle.

1 S. Godin, Tribes: We Need You To Lead Us. (Portfolio/Pengiun 2008), 78

Jan 24

Where Do You Want To Go?

By Jen Regan | Baby Steps

If you have read my posts for any time at all, you know that I talk alot about baby steps. Taking one small step at a time to accomplish whatever you want to accomplish. Well, I’ve changed my mind. I’ve decided to do away with “baby steps” and trade it in for a new 2019 model. I think you are going to like it!

The first week in January, I sat across the table at lunch with a wonderful woman. We talked about changes in her family life and how her parents and in-laws were going to need more assistance and support in the upcoming year. She also talked about the fact that she knew that in order to take care of them, she was going to have to take care of herself. As she talked, she downplayed the baby steps she was taking, like they weren’t significant enough. She then switched gears and said “I’ve made some decisions. I’ve decided to ________ and I decided to _______ and those things are really working right now.” It dawned on me that all baby steps are, is one right decision at a time. Brilliant!

I don’t think it is possible for me to eliminate the words “baby steps” out of my vocabulary completely, because they have been my friends for so long. I do absolutely love the idea of all of us making one right decision at a time, here is why:

  • Making one right decision at a time is a great way to get unstuck if you feel as though you are “stuck” today.
  • Making one right decision at a time means every single moment is an opportunity for another right decision.
  • Making one right decision at a time creates movement and positive momentum.
  • Making one right decision at a time is personal to you. You are unique and amazing! You get to decide what right decision is best for you.

Like it or not, the decisions we make are moving us somewhere. We just want more of them to move us in the direction we know is right for our lives.

Right now I am making some right decisions regarding my health. I have made big changes in my diet, exercise and stress management over the past five years, but it is time for me to do better. I have some unresolved symptoms that have been lingering. I want them to get better. In addition, I have read more and more about the health of my brain and how my thinking contributes to good (or bad) health. These are areas I am devoting the entire year to, and that can feel overwhelming. I have to remind myself, as I remind you, I will keep moving in the right direction making one right decision at a time.

You wanna know what? You are already making right decisions everyday! You are already on the right track. Sometimes all we need to do is focus those right decisions in a particular direction. So the questions we all have to ask ourselves is “Where do you want to go in life? What do you want to do? How do you want to feel? What do I want the end of 2019 to look like? Once you have decided on where you want to go, you already know what to do.

We are going to continue the conversation this week out on our Facebook group. We would love to hear about what you are working towards and the right decisions you have made. If you don’t quite know where to start, we will see if someone in the group has been there too, and what they did to get started. You are also more than welcome to hang out and see what others are saying. Let’s spread our great ideas, those that have worked and those that have not!

Here’s to making one right decision at a time to get us to where we want to go!…Together!

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