Over the past 5 years, I been taking a deep dive into learning about how nature and cues from my body, heart and gut can be the golden ticket to living a whole, healthy and happy life.

I’ve been sharing what I’ve worked with clients and it’s working for them too.

One of my superpowers is helping women make doable changes in their lives even if they feel like they don’t have the time, energy or are skeptical of the woo-woo world.

Today is the Fall Equinox, the first day of a new season, so you can start fresh. 

I’m excited to share the practice I do each season that helps me reflect on where I am and where I want to be so that I can prioritize what’s important to me and you can too!

There will be equal daylight as there is darkness today, which we can use as a reminder to seek balance in our lives.

 

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, resentful, anxious, tired, unhappy, heavy or keep getting sick – odds are you’re off balance. 

The transition from summer to fall can stir up restless energy that needs grounding. Your mind and body are adjusting just like the weather. One day it’s hot then the next it’s breezy.

To settle the unsettled energy and to make sure that your fall season includes what you want to do, experience and feel you have to plan.

I understand the resistance to planning and structure. I used to too. I felt like I had enough scheduling with meetings, kid logistics, family events and other adult responsibilities.

Then I realized I was going through my days on auto-pilot, checking things off my to-do list without questioning if they we’re aligned with my priorities. The busy-ness clouded my desire to take care of myself so that I could be the best version of me. I was off balance.

Sound familiar? 

The first step to getting back to balance is clarity.

 

When you get clear on what you want your fall to look and feel like, it’s easier to incorporate daily habits like adding more vegetables into your day, committing to your meditation practice, carving out time QT to spend with your spouse, or making time to spend working on your business (or hobbies).    

Here’s the practice!

Carve our 30-60 minutes to reflect on these 4 categories. You can break the categories down and do one each day – that’s what I do!

Make it fun, light a candle and play some music.

Categories

 

  • Body (health, movement and/or your relationship to) 
  • Work (career/hobbies/business) 
  • Spirituality/Sensuality/Soul
  • Relationships/Love/Emotions 

Rank each category 1-5 (5 being the best) and where do you want to be? Give yourself the time to feel into the best version of you.

Then pick ONE category you want to focus on and choose ONE thing you are going to do to improve that category this season so it’s closer to how you want it to look and feel.

As you strength one category there will be a ripple effect in the others. It might surprise you how working on your spirituality will help you eat healthier and by eating healthier your more productive at work or kinder to your spouse. 

When you’re done, shoot me an email and let me know what category you’re working on and what you’re going to do to get closer to a 5. I love helping you stay accountable to your goals and here if you need support.

If you find you have the best intentions of doing this work and keep falling short – you’re not alone. That’s why I created the ‘Burnt Out to Glowing’ Package.

Kate did my ‘Burnt Out to Glowing’ Package and here’s what she said:  

I never really considered hiring a life coach and was hesitant it would be overwhelming and time consuming to implement. Instead, it helped me re-prioritize my time and life to incorporate things into my life that bring me joy and help me feel like the best version of myself. Jackie has no judgement, no pressure, no expectations and meets you where you are. If you are run-down, stressed out, stagnant, feel like you’re too busy or just going through the motions of life this is a baby step commitment with a high-value return. I feel more like myself than I have in years.”

I’ll be looking for your email! 

Jackie