Welcome! Let’s Get Started Finding Balance In Your Life.

Welcome to my blog!

I am glad you are here. I hope you spend some time, look around, find something that inspires you. Everyday I look for things that inspire me. I hope I can help you find a bit of your own inspiration.

A mother of 3, wife, owner of 2 dogs – I love living a full embodied life. What’s that mean you say? It means living with vibrancy, authenticity, and balance in each day, everyday. It means practicing the art of balance by taking care of each area listed below. It means practicing gratitude and grace in moments when I feel Ike I’m going to lose it. It means deeply and fully, using vulnerability to create connections that matter.

I help people know deep down … in the pit of their soul deep down … that they are ok. When we know we are ok … all that anxiety about being who we are goes away. We can then begin the process of healing all the fallout that happened when we were disconnected from our soul. After that … we Thrive and Shine!

To get there we need BALANCE.

Then we can let go of anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, and defensive disconnection to authentically show up – in life & in relationship with Grace, Love, and Acceptance.

THE 4 AREAS OF BALANCE

BODY, HEART, SOUL, & MIND

BODY – LIVING EMBODIED

HEART – FURTHERING LOVE OF SELF AND OTHERS

MIND – CREATING PATHWAYS (THOUGHT PROCESSES) TO ACCOMPLISH THE ABOVE AND POSITIVELY AFFECT PERSONAL GROWTH

SOUL – LIVING CONSCIOUSLY IN EFFORTS TO BETTER SEE AND UNDERSTAND ONE’S LIFE PATH

Helping People See Where They Are Headed is Very Important. Without the visualization, people do not know where to go or how to get there. They have no map. This creates a sense of “this is being done to me” – Linda Lute

This is why I find my job so rewarding – my mission is to help people design relationships, to themselves and others through health and fitness. We accomplish a decrease in mental health struggles while increasing overall health and wellbeing, physical fitness, and a lifestyle focused on wellness. This allows people to develop relationships with self and others that thrive.