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Life is Like a Wave

Written By: Emi Kirschner, CHHC

“There is no secret to balance. You just have to feel the waves.” Frank Herbert

Life often feels more like a roller coaster than a wave – that “all or nothing” feeling. The month that you need to work late practically every night, your kids have more than the usual activities and the car breaks down. You’re putting out fires. And then, woosh… things slow down.

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could even life out? Divide it into equal parts. Life would be less stressful for sure.

Is there a way to do that?

If you Google work/life balance or balanced life, you will find plenty of great articles on how to achieve it. All these ideas are helpful and yet they leave one piece missing.

There are times when there will be more on your plate – and it is okay. It is our mindset around how we move through the moments and the actions we take that make the difference.

My friend, Randi Levin, a transitional life coach, and I chatted about how to create fluid life balance on Blab recently. We talked about:

~ How to find clarity
~ How to relieve stress
~ How to prioritize

You can watch our chat here.

Emi Kirschner, CHHC, doesn’t want you to exist in a stress-filled and anxiety-driven, life where food seems like the enemy. As a board certified Holistic Health Coach, she’s helped entrepreneurs, professionals, and parents unlock the “Why” that keep them stuck in unhealthy eating habits and life style choices. Emi’s compassionate, innovative, and fun approach to coaching will harness your inner energy and transform your life.

Emi’s background in marketing and as a personal chef paired with her experiences as a successful business owner and a single mom shape her unique perspective on achieving lifelong wellness; easily. She embraces your strengths, emphasizing how they can help you create the life you desire. She approaches coaching with compassion and a listening ear, making sure your needs and voice are heard. Her enthusiasm for her work, gives her clients the “A-HA” moments necessary to make great leaps in their health.

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