Episode 2: How Personal Growth Changed My Life

  1. […] their new growth values. If you’re curious to learn more about my story, be sure to check out Episode 2 where I lay out all of the […]

  2. […] plan my week, or my day, forget the month or year ahead. I needed a tool for capturing my personal growth journey and I was […]

  3. […] How Personal Growth Changed My Life […]

  4. […] It wasn’t until I went to Rachel Hollis’ Rise conference in 2019 that I discovered my new favorite way for making a plan. Hollis was really able to simplify the process to make it concrete, actionable and simple. My favorite kind of plan! At the conference, time was set aside for us to create our own rough plans and I quickly sketched out how I might turn my photography business full-time. Hint, hint. That plan happened, you can hear all about it in episode 2 (you can read/listen/watch all about it here).  […]

  5. […] I first began counseling in 2013 after a parent attempted to physically assault me during a parent-teacher conference. I have always had low-level anxiety, but after that event, I noticed that it skyrocketed. My husband and I went out for a date night and I didn’t want to get out of the car because I was afraid we would run into that parent. I recognized that this wasn’t a rational thought and decided to seek help from a counselor (you can read more about my story here). […]

  6. […] interested in hearing all the nitty gritty details of this story, you can definitely check out episode 2 where I really get into it. But the short version is I did a guided meditation that she shared in […]

  7. […] later in the week, later in the month and later in the year. I also needed a tool for capturing my personal growth journey and I was […]

  8. […] I was working full-time as a teacher, the feeling I remember most is being constantly overwhelmed. I was overwhelmed when I got to work, […]

  9. […] the next episode, I am going to share with you how I went from an overwhelmed, grumpy teacher mom to a confident, thriving happy mom. I want to show you that it IS possible for you to follow your dreams (yes, even after becoming a […]

  10. […] thought I would be brave enough to make a big life change. When I first began to realize that I was miserable at my job, it made me physically sick to think about leaving it to do something else. Not because I didn’t […]

  11. […] how you go from not knowing how to turn on a camera to running a photography business in 8 months (you can read about my story here). You will never make time for something that is not a […]

  12. […] the personal growth triangle, I have already established a lot of routines, habits and systems on my journey. This was not the case a few years ago when I was on level 1 and 2 of the triangle. It is important […]

  13. […] just you as an individual or as a couple. There is no “right” way to do this. At the beginning of my personal growth journey, I remember sharing with my husband that I wanted to learn more about photography. We talked about […]

  14. […] then, I began my personal growth journey. I defined what my dream life looked like now, as a busy mom and things began to change. Five years […]

  15. […] If you have been following me for awhile, you know that my life today looks a lot different than it did 3 years ago. Three years ago, I was a teacher that never thought I would be able to make my own hours, be my own boss or have an unlimited earning potential. Yet, here we are! (If you want to read the story of how I got here, you can check it out here) […]

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