Sometimes you just have to get on your kid’s level 😂🤣😂… This is a text message between my daughter, Naomi, and I. My kids really do crack me up. I am having the time of my life with them! 😂😁😍 For your women’s coaching needs visit: mbswomenscoaching.com
Get Out of The “Rat Race”
Hello Ladies! Let me show you how to get out of the infamous rat race of running to work, parenting, giving and caring for everyone but yourself and waking up the next day to repeat the cycle. Life can be a lot more fulfilling. Take a look at my video below and check out the … Continue reading Get Out of The “Rat Race”
Giving Does Not Have To Be Monetary!
I think we forget that we can give in ways that are not monetary. We can give our service to others. This can be done via volunteering to help others in some way. Don’t think that your time and effort is not a gift because it truly is. I thought of this as I signed … Continue reading Giving Does Not Have To Be Monetary!
3 Ways To Make Your Kids Financially Savy!
Most of us give our kids an allowance for doing chores and bringing home good grades. Take it a step further and require them to spend their own money when you are out with them instead of buying things for them. I guarantee there will be fewer demands for Chick Fil A and going to … Continue reading 3 Ways To Make Your Kids Financially Savy!
Effectively Coaching My 9-Year-Old!
I’m a Life, Money and Wellness coach so I’ve started coaching my children with the powerful techniques I’ve learned. Let me share a powerful story that unfolded between last night and today… Last night my 9-Year-Old, Naomi, and I went through The Wheel of Life coaching exercise and she came up with 4 powerful goals—-totally … Continue reading Effectively Coaching My 9-Year-Old!
My Son’s First Day of School
My 5-year-old son attended elementary school (kindergarten) for the first time this year. When he got home from his first day of school, I asked him all about it. My son told me his teacher asked him and his classmates to stand up individually and tell the class their name, favorite color and who or … Continue reading My Son’s First Day of School