21 DAYS SELF-LOVE by Lisa K Coaching
INTRODUCTION If you’re reading this, you probably already know that when we become mothers, our priorities quickly shift from ourselves to our babies. This is normal, expected, and innate because after all, their survival depends on this motherly instinct. During this time of new motherhood, we often cast ourselves and our own needs aside. The early days of motherhood can feel lonely, confusing, and exhausting. I too have stumbled through the darker, lonelier moments of new motherhood. After I had my first son, I began to feel that I was losing myself, that I was different. I soon realized what was happening — I was facing an identity crisis, which is an experience that many new mothers face. I realized that through the fog of postpartum anxiety, overwhelming fatigue, and a never-ending list of responsibilities, I had begun to neglect myself and my own needs. In the wake of this, I decided to make an effort to rediscover myself, as a person and as a mother, and to love myself again. I wanted to enjoy my life as a mother, as a wife, and as my own person. Thus, 21 Days of Self-Love was born. I vowed to do one thing for myself each day, no matter how big or small. I made a list of activities that I could do every day. After the first week, I began to notice a significant difference in my mood, my temperament, and my overall happiness. After 21 days, I began to see myself through a different, more positive lens. I started to feel like myself again. Since then, I have completed this 21-day exercise eight times and it has now become an integral part of my everyday routine. By giving some time back to myself, even if it’s only five minutes, I find I am able to be the best version of myself for myself and for my family.
The expressions in this book have helped me to find presence and peace in my busy everyday life, and I hope they will do the same for you.
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK SET YOURSELF UP FOR SUCCESS While the activities in this book are designed to easily fit into your life, I do encourage you to let your partner or housemates know that you’re going on this journey, as you may need time and support to make some of the expressions happen, such as 10 uninterrupted minutes for a bath or 20 minutes to go for a walk alone, etc. TIP: I have found better results by cross-referencing my calendar to my Self-Love activities so that I can plan around both my activities and my other commitments. Consider scheduling certain things in advance, such as services, so that day is planned ahead of time.
GIVE YOURSELF GRACE As you embark upon this journey, there is only one rule: Give yourself grace. If you miss a day, pick back up where you left off. If an expression speaks to you, take notice and consider incorporating that activity into your everyday routine. If an expression brings up feelings of resistance, move on or come back to it with some gentle curiosity as to why.
GO WITH THE FLOW There is no correct order or exact science. Go in order or mix it up! This book is intended to guide you on a path of self-discovery and love. It will help you to look inward and to give yourself the attention that you have been lacking and that you deserve.
MAKE ONE SMALL EFFORT EVERY DAY For the next 21 days, use this book to try to do something for yourself, no matter how small, every day. Take this time to learn more about who the current version of you is — your habits, your preferences, your patterns. Allow this time to recharge, to focus, to be more loved, to be more present, to be more happy, to be more you.
“If you are living in the past, you are depressed. If you are living in the future, you are anxious. Onl y when you are living in the present moment can you be trul y at peace.” — Lao Tzu
TABLE OF CONTENTS EXPRESSION ONE EXPRESSION TWO EXPRESSION THREE EXPRESSION FOUR EXPRESSION FIVE EXPRESSION SIX EXPRESSION SEVEN EXPRESSION EIGHT EXPRESSION NINE EXPRESSION TEN EXPRESSION ELEVEN EXPRESSION TWELVE EXPRESSION THIRTEEN EXPRESSION FOURTEEN EXPRESSION FIFTEEN EXPRESSION SIXTEEN EXPRESSION SEVENTEEN EXPRESSION EIGHTEEN EXPRESSION NINETEEN EXPRESSION TWENTY EXPRESSION TWENTY-ONE BONUS #1 BONUS #2 LINKS & SOURCES
TAKE A BATH TAKE A WALK ALONE DECLUTTER GIVE BACK BUY YOURSELF SOMETHING NEW GET CREATIVE JOURNAL WITH GRATITUDE MEDITATE GO GREEN EAT HEALTHY ENJOY A SERVICE FORGIVE SOMEONE UPLIFT SOMEONE MAP OUT YOUR GOALS REWRITE LIMITING BELIEFS TAKE 15 MINUTES OF SILENCE APPRECIATE THE HARD TIMES LOOK IN THE MIRROR SHARE YOUR STORY MANIFEST THE NEW YOU DANCE IT OUT UNDERSTAND YOUR NEEDS BOOK A DISCOVERY SESSION
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TAKE A BATH
“THERE MUST BE QUITE A FEW THINGS A HOT BATH WON’T CURE, BUT I DON’T KNOW MANY OF THEM.” — Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar
ADD TO YOUR BATH Magnesium Flakes are a great addition to a bath. In general, we are incredibly deficient in magnesium. In a bath, magnesium is absorbed through the skin, which is the best way to increase your magnesium levels. Magnesium is critical for bone health, calcium absorption and helps to reduce PMS symptoms and migraines.
SUGGESTED PLAYLIST Peaceful Meditation
Bentonite Clay is also a great bath additive. Clay acts as a binder and pulls toxins out of your body to promote optimal health. Essential Oils are another great bath additive that are well-known for promoting relaxation. If you can, use organic essential oils, such as Mountain Rose Herbs® essential oils.
SET THE MOOD Candles complement a bath so perfectly. Consider using natural beeswax candles, which not only detoxify the air, but also contain no harmful chemicals and thus are safer to breathe in. Music has been said to be the background of our lives. Consider creating a bathtime playlist or use Spotify® for a free, pre-made playlist.
TAKE A WALK ALONE
Choose to walk with open ears and an open mind, free to hear the world around you. Use this time to nourish your mind and soul. Note that walking is a form of meditation called Moving Meditation. When you zone out and let your thoughts run freely, such as when you are doing chores or running, you are actually opening your mind and heart, allowing yourself to subconsciously “listen” to any messages the Spirit may have for you. Walking can bring about this same effect. Consider putting your phone on airplane mode or “do not disturb” to turn completely inward. Talk to yourself silently about what you see, hear, and smell. Connect to your senses visually, audibly, and kinesthetically so that your body may learn, absorb, and process this moment of presence. If weather interferes with this expression, hop on a treadmill, walk your stairs, or pace your living room. You may also move this expression to a nicer day. The goal here is time alone in movement.
SUGGESTED AUDIOBOOK A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson 8
Decluttering our space also helps to declutter our minds, our emotions, our physical feelings of heaviness. Pick one area of your space to declutter, no matter how big or how small. Sit in stillness for a moment and think through an area of your life (home, car, office) that brings you the most anxiety due to clutter. The space that first comes to mind is the right space. Whether it’s one drawer, one cabinet, one section of the closet or the entire house, it’s up to you, just begin.
“When we clear the physical clutter from our lives, we literall y make way for inspiration and 'good, orderl y direction’ to enter.” — Julia Cameron
One of the best ways we can heal is by helping others. Giving back — even when you feel you have nothing to give, even when it's just in some small way — can benefit you tremendously. CALL A FRIEND Consider calling a friend to simply listen and check in. Offer to watch the kids for an hour while she does something for herself. Don’t take no for an answer because we all know that, as women, we are averse to accepting help.
“I believe that we all have a responsibility to give back. No one becomes successful without lots of hard work, support from others, and a little luck. Giving back creates a virtuous cycle that makes everyone more successful.” — Ron Conway
We’ve all heard this line before: Let me know if you need anything. This can often come across as a weak attempt at help from someone who clearly just wants to fill their cup for the day. When you offer to help, avoid using the word “if.” Make plans that turn into actual good deeds.
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS • Are you a part of any online groups? Sure you are! Respond to someone asking for advice or help. • Send someone flowers who needs a pick-me-up. • Write a letter to a lonely friend, a relative, or someone who could just use a friendly reminder of their worth. • Send someone a meal with Uber Eats® or DoorDash® .
BUY YOURSELF SOMETHING NEW
MY FAVORITE GIFTS TO MYSELF
“I’M NICER WHEN I LIKE MY OUTFIT.”
Something from The Organic Bunny A top from Camo and Caviar
Although we all know that happiness is not something that can be purchased, treating yourself to something new can certainly be deserved and can make you feel more confident and beautiful. This is an investment in yourself. As a new momma, when your clothes don’t fit, investing in a little something that celebrates the new you can help you to settle in to this new version of yourself. You don’ t have to break the bank, but consider a little something you’ve been wanting to purchase for yourself, such as a new top, a small accessory, or a new pair of heels for work. Think about something you could purchase that would make you feel confident and good. Perhaps it’s a special candle, some incense, a biodynamic wine, or simply a green juice from your favorite spot. Relish in the feeling of that investment in yourself — big or small!
“CREATIVITY IS AN EXPRESSION OF OUR SOUL, OUR TRUE SELVES.” — Lisa K
As a new mother, it can be difficult to find the time to put our responsibilities aside, completely turn off our left brain (logic) and tune into our right brain (creativity). Creativity is a form of meditation, of downloading messages, insights, or wisdom that will move you forward. Buy a few canvases and oil paints from Amazon® and get creative after the kids go to bed or if you have 30 minutes of free time. Even if you don’t technically know how to paint, painting freely without judgment and limits can be amazing for the mind and soul. While you’re painting, listen to my podcast, Business + Bliss, where I interview the owner of Art Abide, who shares how she leverages art to heal emotional and mental scars. Pick some flowers while you are outside playing with the kids and arrange them into a beautiful bouquet. Boom! Creativity! While the kids are asleep or out of the house, rearrange a room or break out a few new home decor items to give your space a freshened-up look.
JOURNAL WITH GRATITUDE
Practicing gratitude is one of the best ways to shift our thoughts away from fear and toward love. By recognizing the good in our lives and honoring our blessings, our vibration heightens. This triggers positive emotions, releases stress, and allows us to clear our minds, making space for more good. Take A Deep Breath As a busy momma, you donâ€™t need to overcomplicate this. Take five minutes to find a quiet space and take four deep, cleansing breaths to center yourself (four seconds in, four seconds out). Write It Down With a clear mind, write down five things that you are grateful for in your life. This tells the Universe that you are grateful and that you are open to accepting more good. The more you feel these positive vibrations and emotions, the stronger the pull will become. Just Begin As you begin to write, you will feel yourself settling more deeply into the moment and tuning in to your emotion and to yourself.
If journaling onto a blank page feels overwhelming, try this guided gratitude and intention-setting journal
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SUGGESTED MEDITATION Guided Sleep Meditation
Meditation is the simplest way to connect to our center and thus, to ourselves, but can be intimidating to someone trying it for the first time. At first, it can be difficult to quiet the mind and sit still for an extended period of time. Here are some tips for exploring meditation. THERE IS NO SECRET Your practice is your practice is your practice. It is pefect in its imperfection. Just begin and keep practicing.
RESOURCES YouTube is a great place to search for guided meditations. You can search “meditation” plus “whatever it is you are struggling with” and there will probably be a meditation specifically focused on this topic. Examples include “sleep meditation” or “meditation for back pain.” There are also apps you can use for guided meditation. Ananda® and Headspace® are paid apps that offer daily meditations. I’ve enjoyed these, as they help to keep me accountable for my practice. This is a good option if you wish to incorporate meditation into your daily routine. 20
Going green — we’ve all heard it before, but what does it mean? It could mean any number of things. Check in with yourself to determine what areas of your life you could change. The intention for this expression is to make one small change. SOME IDEAS FOR GOING GREEN Swap out your toxic beauty products for clean ones. It took me about a year to switch out my cosmetics and toiletries to cleaner products, but I did it one by one and it was well worth it. I now don’t have to worry about my babies being exposed to toxins when they come in for a cuddle. Throw away your air fresheners! Use fresh flowers or essential oils to freshen the air instead. Use an effective water filter for your drinking water at home.
“The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind.” — Caroline Myss
SUGGESTED RESOURCES Beauty & Cleaning Products www.theorganicbunny.com www.branchbasics.com Essential Oils www.mountainroseherbs.com Water Filter www.berkey.com
“FOOD MAY BE ESSENTIAL AS FUEL FOR THE BODY, BUT GOOD FOOD IS FUEL FOR THE SOUL.” — Malcolm S. Forbes
We are moms and that means we are busy and scatterbrained. It is a fact. For us, nutrition usually consists of what is left on our toddler’s plate (or a bucket of coffee). Today, you are making a conscious effort to fuel your body the right way. BREAKFAST Drink a large glass of water (8+ oz). Eat a big bowl of fruit 15 minutes later. Maybe drizzle it with some local raw honey, but that’s it. Eat until you are full and no more.
SUGGESTED RESOURCE www.whole30.com
LUNCH AND DINNER Eat something fresh and unprocessed. Avoid added ingredients. Today’s expression is about making a better choice when you can, and giving yourself grace when you can’t. Nowadays, there are endless fad diets that confuse and demotivate us. Just begin with one healthy choice. 24
ENJOY A SERVICE
“AN EMPTY LANTERN PROVIDES NO LIGHT. SELF-CARE IS THE FUEL THAT ALLOWS YOUR LIGHT TO SHINE BRIGHTLY.” Now that we are officially halfway through this book, it is time to celebrate by treating yourself to a service. Perhaps you have something specfic in mind, or maybe you’re not sure what to splurge on. Here are some suggestions. Massage
Personal training session
Coaching session with me
An entire spa day
Infrared sauna session
Chiropractic alignment Manicure and/or pedicure
EXPRESSION T W E LV E
Forgiveness. It’s heavy. It’s big. And it’s probably affecting you, not the other person, in more ways than you may realize — physically, mentally, and emotionally. Years ago, I read Wayne Dyer’s Manifest Your Destiny, and it was the Sixth Principle in his book that specifically brought me to a place of deep forgiveness. After reading this, I sent a forgiveness text to someone out of the blue that probably made no sense to them, but meant everything to me. These were feelings I had held onto for almost 15 years. Since then, although still difficult, forgiveness has become easier and easier, and I am able to find peace more quickly each time. At times, offering forgiveness to someone can feel more painful than the original wound, and yet, as Marianne Williamson says, “there is no peace without forgiveness.” Who can you offer forgiveness to today? Write them a letter, call them, or send them a message. If you aren’t ready to reach out, consider writing them a letter and instead of sending it, burn it to release the negative feelings. Consider burning some sage afterwards to clear the energy in your space.
UP L IFT SOMEO NE
Take some time today to think about who in your life could use some encouragement. Perhaps it’s a celebration of someone’s recent achievements, an unexpected phone call letting someone know you’re thinking about them, a handwritten card, or even some flowers. How can you encourage someone? The gift of lifting someone else up is also a gift back to yourself. Can you think of a time when you felt badly after doing something kind? Can you think of a time when you gave genuinely without expectation? Have you ever walked away from that feeling less than amazing!? We feel love by giving love, and what we give away comes back to us. Today, make a list of people, or just one person, that you could encourage, even if in a small, simple way.
My favorite cards by unique artists Minted
MAP OUT YOUR GOALS
“THE TRUE MEASURE OF SUCCESS IS HOW MUCH JOY WE ARE FEELING.” — Abraham Hicks
So why, in a book about self-love, am I sharing quotes about measuring success with joy and happiness? Good question! As a coach, my job is to help people gain clarity and surface solutions to reach their goals. Spoiler alert: Every single person I’ve ever coached has presented goals that translate to “I want to be happier.” People set goals because ultimately, they believe that goal will make them happier. Can you think of a goal of your own that is not connected to happiness at the source? Happiness is at the core of the ultimate human goal, the one goal we all have in common. 1. Write out 3-5 goals and leave space under each for more. 2. Read through your completed list and make notes on how each of these goals will contribute to your happiness.
“If you had one goal, and that was to feel good, you would never again need to hear another word from anyone. You would live successfull y and happil y in a way of fulfilling your life’s purpose ever after.” — Abraham Hicks
3. Brainstorm tactics you could implement to reach each of these goals. Write down what comes to mind at first. Don’t overthink — trust your gut. 4. Most importantly, visualize each goal individually. How will you feel when you achieve each goal? What do you see, hear, or feel in this visualization? Think big. Explore all possibilities. Imagine the impossible becoming possible. Take time to be present in these feelings. You see it, and this it is already a part of your future path. It already exists for you. 5. Refer back to these goals and visualizations when you’re feeling stuck, doubtful, sad, or lost and remember what you are working toward!
EXPRESSI O N FIFT E E N
REWRITE LIMITING BELIEFS
“THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FEELING WORTHY. THERE IS NO NEED TO PROVE SOMETHING THAT ALREADY IS; SOMETHING THAT JUST IS. YOU ARE WORTHY.” — Lana Shlafer
Limiting beliefs are the stories we tell ourselves, the beliefs we hold true that we think define us. So what stories are you holding onto that you’re ready to release? Example 1: I’m a loyal person. Thus, I pride myself on residing in negative circumstances because my martyrdom is what makes me loyal. Example 2: My life is so hard. Things never go my way. Example 3: I lost a parent when I was five, thus I struggle with abandonment issues that will always affect my relationships. You can rewrite all of these beliefs, all of these stories. Today’s activity is about writing your new story — the story you want to tell yourself instead. Example: My life is so hard. Things never go my way. New Story: My life flows with grace and ease. The perfect situations and resources will appear at the right time. The Universe conspires to support me. I understand that everything happens for my best and highest good. Spend 5-10 minutes today noting your own limiting beliefs. Then, consider the way you want to feel instead. What do you want your story to be?
TAKE 15 MINUTES OF SILENCE
“SILENCE ISN’T EMPTY — IT’S FULL OF ANSWERS.” — Lisa K
In an age of constant interconnectivity, we rarely create intentional time for stillness, time for silence with our freely flowing thoughts, time for pause. Let today be the day that we explore this lost expression of uninterrupted silent time. Our smartphones and other devices are the ultimate distraction. A blog entitled “The Unexpected Culprit That's Killing Your Love Life” references a Wall Street Journal article that addresses the connection between lower fertility rates and binge-watching Netflix. It also discusses the connection between the newfound lack of commercial breaks and lack of intimacy. The same is also true of time with ourselves. So many of us now escape to our screens to unwind in bed, in the bathroom, in the car, and even while we’re watching something else. It never ends. Today’s expression of love is to hold as much space for silence and empty time as you can. Consider waking up 15 minutes earlier to take silent time. If your day allows, put your phone on “do not disturb.” Consider taking this expression on a weekend day so work doesn’t interfere. If it’s a weekday, only use your device when it’s totally necessary and turn it off once you get home to focus on your family. The goal is to find as much silence as you can today. If you are a mother, it may not be much, but the goal is not perfection, it’s progress and curiosity to explore a new tool to find inner peace.
APPRECIATE THE HARD TIMES
Revisiting our difficult experiences can be scary and painful. In this expression, I am not asking you to live there again, but encouraging you to view those experiences with a fresh outlook, an observant heart, and a willingness to address them head on. I can tell you from experience that this activity can bring up both pain and healing. Revisiting difficult moments always ignites emotion. It can be scary, and I’m with you. Some might say that if it still hurts, you’re not healed. I have felt frustrated when I’ve let my emotions get the best of me, but I’ve come to realize that feelings are important. As I’ve embraced them, I've realized that they have allowed me to empathize with others, which is a gift that enables me to be a better coach. If we are able to recognize behavioral patterns from our past experiences, we can grow and become better. As an example, I will share my own experiences with this patterning concept. Growing up, I often did not feel worthy of love. I was constantly seeking feelings of worthiness, belonging, and being good enough. I continued this pattern into adulthood, which still comes up at times, but this experience led me to my journey in spiritual growth. In recognizing this pattern, I was able to address it with coaching and self-discovery, which helped me to realize I am already worthy. I’m now able to calm my busy mind and reset my energy to stay in a positive and grounded state of mind. I am grateful for this painful experience because it led me where I am today, a coach to friends and clients who helps them find a path to greater joy, worthiness, happiness, and authenticity. 38
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS EXPRESSION Note an experience in your life that brings you pain and continues to surface in your mind or emotions. What characteristics do you possess today because of that experience? What strength did you derive from that experience? How has that experience shaped how you serve yourself and others? What gratitude can you derive from this experience? Who do you still need to forgive? Revisit the forgiveness expression to address this. Who could benefit, grow, or learn from hearing your story? Reach out to share if you are so inclined. Your struggle could help someone else recover. Repeat as needed with other painful experiences. The next expression, â€œLook in the Mirror,â€? will serve as a continuation of this expression and will help you to continue moving toward greater self-love. 39
LOOK IN THE MIRROR
For this expression, grab a journal or a notepad. Look in the mirror. Look into your own eyes. Keep eye contact with yourself for at least three minutes. Write some notes In your journal. Who are you? What thoughts were flowing in and out of your mind throughout this exercise? What do you love about yourself? Where did you feel frustration? Do not judge the responses. This activity is about awareness, not logic. Look in the mirror again. Look into your own eyes. This time, imagine yourself as a child. Look into her eyes. After a minute or two, close your eyes and turn inward to visualize your interaction with her. When you’re ready, give her love and say goodbye. Remember, you can always meet with her again. Write in your journal again. How old is she? What do you see her doing? How is she hurting? What words of comfort would you offer her? What wisdom can you share with her? How do you see yourself interacting with her? What does she need? What can you take away from this interaction? In closing, spend a minute in silence to give gratitude for the wisdom that you received today.
“Every interaction I have, every experience, every opportunity is a reflection of my own inner state of being.” — Lana Shlafer
SHARE YOUR STORY
If you have an empowering message, I believe you have a responsibility to share it. The world needs it. Sharing your story can be incredibly beneficial for you personally, but it could also create space for someone else to grow or heal as you have. Perhaps your story lets someone else know that they too are not alone. There are many ways to share your experiences. Consider sharing in person by telling friends and family; on social media (e.g., in a private Facebook® group); with shareable content (like this eBook); in a group setting (e.g., a grief group); or privately with a coach, mentor, or therapist. Choose whatever you feel most comfortable with. For today’s expression, write down a story you can share. Email yourself as a reminder, put it on your calendar, write it down, and place it on your nightstand — whatever works for you. Make a commitment. That person who popped into your mind as you read this activity is the one who needs to hear this first.
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MANIFEST THE NEW YOU
“THE WORD IS A FORCE YOU CANNOT SEE, BUT YOU CAN SEE THE MANIFESTATION OF THAT FORCE, THE EXPRESSION OF THE WORD, WHICH IS YOUR OWN LIFE.” — Don Miguel Ruiz
Manifest this new version of you. Create a vision board. Silence your mind, find presence, and write out your new vision. If time is an issue today, take five distraction-free minutes to find presence and write down some bullet points of who this new, happy, self-discovered version of you is. What does she do? How does she feel in the morning when she wakes up? What are her hobbies? What do her days look like? What are her priorities? How does she care for herself? How does she show up differently to her family, friends, and coworkers? What work is she doing? What lights her up?
SUGGESTED RESOURCE Subliminal Vision Boards
Don’t allow this exercise to overwhelm you. We’re not looking for perfection. Eighty percent of success is just showing up. Just begin. 45
DANCE IT OUT
EXPRESSION TWENTY ONE
WE’VE ALL HEARD THE PHRASE “DANCE LIKE NO ONE’S WATCHING,” BUT HAVE YOU EVER DONE IT? FRIENDS, IT’S MAGIC. For this expression we are CELEBRATING the beautiful work you have done over the past 21-ish days! What is your favorite song? You know, that song that gets you fired up, that lights up your soul, that floods you with joyful memories, that instantly puts a smile on your face. The song you’d blast with the windows down, full volume, singing at the top of your lungs. Which song would you put on at a gathering with all of your best friends? That song is the one you need to play for this final day’s activity! Find about three minutes today to dance and sing to your favorite tune at the top of your lungs! Remember who you are, beauties. Rediscover your joy in this expression. Remember what brings you to life.
MY FAVORITE SONG “Vivir Mi Vida”
B O N U S #1
UNDERSTAND YOUR NEEDS Take this quiz to determine your top two basic human needs. I ask all of my clients to take this quiz to understand their top two needs that they must meet regularly in order to feel the happiest and most fulfilled in their own lives. TA K E T H E QUI Z
BOOK A COMPLIMENTARY DISCOVERY SESSION WITH ME I am so glad that I could help you take these past 21 days to refocus on yourself, so let’s not stop there. Book a complimentary discovery session with me to discuss your specific journey. Let’s explore how I can help you continue to grow.
B OOK A S E SS I ON
LINKS & SOURCES ITEM
Spotify Playlist Magnesium Flakes Bentonite Clay A Return to Love FarmGirl Flowers Candle The Organic Bunny Camo and Caviar Canvases Business + Bliss Podcast H&M Home 5-Minute Journal Guided Sleep Meditation Branch Basics Mountain Rose Herbs Berkey Raw Honey Whole30 Lisa K Coaching Website Manifest Your Destiny Sage Minted 21 Days of Self Love Facebook Group Subliminal Vision Boards Vivir Mi Vida Human Needs Test
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Are you feeling lost? Going through an identity crisis? Feeling drained and completely disconnected from yourself? Motherhood, Job changes...
Published on Nov 10, 2019
Are you feeling lost? Going through an identity crisis? Feeling drained and completely disconnected from yourself? Motherhood, Job changes...