Social Triggers

Social Triggers

I’m on a handful of email lists that I love and read/watch religiously. One of my must-reads is for entrepreneurial, online marketing blogger types: Social Triggers with Derek Halpern. Derek is sharp, down-to-earth and delivers his message without apology. His videos have amazing content and are short and concise. Plus, he’s entertaining. Working to create an online business? Need support in building your email list? socialtriggers.com Search for: Categories Love Luscious Mother Group Coaching Motherhood Resources Uncategorized Work/Business Yoga/Health Popular Posts How We Belong According to Brené Brown Meet My Mom How to Make Parenting a Self-Care-Filled Journey Tags#charlotteiscreative accomplishment coaching charlotte Date Night with Jake and Page jake fehling luscious mother matt olin moms page fehling...
Charlotte Parenting Solutions

Charlotte Parenting Solutions

Wendy Petricoff is the savior for many a Charlotte Parent. She is an educator and parenting coach, teaching the Love & Logic Method to parents of tots and teens. A friend recommended Wendy and after one class, I started seeing a shift in my parenting. Wendy normalizes the parenting experience and makes the experience fun and entertaining. A must for Charlotte parents and good news…She is about to offer virtual workshops—stay tuned! charlotteparentingsolutions.com Search for: Categories Love Luscious Mother Group Coaching Motherhood Resources Uncategorized Work/Business Yoga/Health Popular Posts How We Belong According to Brené Brown Meet My Mom How to Make Parenting a Self-Care-Filled Journey Tags#charlotteiscreative accomplishment coaching charlotte Date Night with Jake and Page jake fehling luscious mother matt olin moms page fehling...
That Time I Tried To Buy My Husband’s Happiness

That Time I Tried To Buy My Husband’s Happiness

I get ideas in my head about things that are important. I think we all do. When Matt was in his late thirties, I knew I wanted to make a big deal about his 40th birthday. I was very committed to this idea and even started a savings account to ensure that I could do it up right for him. You see, Matt had a crap year professionally before we got married. He had an idea for a new play, chose a playwright, single-handedly guided the development of the show from Day One, and then moments before its Off-Broadway world premiere, the writer he was championing “broke up with him” professionally. For all you creatives out there, I’m certain you’re not falling out of your chair in shock. This kind of thing happens. And it’s crappy when it happens to someone you love. Matt was one of the lucky ones: he lawyered up before it became a hit; the show transferred to Broadway and got a Tony Award nod; he still gets credit in the script and on every production, and receives surprise royalty checks from time to time (the show has thus far received over 60 productions around the world). But for Matt (and so many artists) it was never about the money. He loved the show and put years of his life into it. To say the least, my man was bummed about what happened. But we didn’t have a long time to mope about it. We got married! We got pregnant! We left NYC! And my man got even more bummed. His creative outlets had all...
The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

When I was a participant (i.e., training to be a coach) with Accomplishment Coaching, it was one of the most special times of my life. I met extraordinary humans. And I believe that this kind of experience is a rarity: embarking on a year-long journey with a room full of strangers who want to change the world. And although these are people you’ve never met, you begin sharing all parts of yourself — the good, the bad, and the things that 99% of the people in your life don’t know about you. That level of relationship. That level of intimacy. These strangers turn into dear friends who feel more like family when all is said and done. I’ve often said that the relationships I created there were alone worth the price of admission. I’m in contact with all of these folks at varying levels. Some more frequently and consistently than others, but if they call, I’m going to take that call. I share all of this with you to set the stage for my experience over this weekend. One of my teammates from my “participant year” texted me to talk. I was super excited. Every time I hear from this person, I’m happy. I was a big fan of his during the program and consider him a friend and someone I can call on anytime. We started our conversation by catching up on the last few months . . . he got engaged, has created an amazing men’s actor accountability group, and shared that he is boxing on the regular and takes Saturday for well-being days that include restorative...
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