Planning for A Beautiful Life
It's never too late to plan for a beautiful life. I speak from experience when I share that my beautiful life came in waves, a career I loved began at 40, a wonderful marriage that has fulfilled my dreams began at 51, and the home and garden that daily nourishes my soul was created in my 60s!
Whatever your dreams are, the joy is in the unfolding, the experiencing, the wondering and the walking towards and sometimes even in the waiting when you get busy living fully in the now with a steady and awakened presence. This week we re-issue the episode "Planning for Your Beautiful Life". We talk about about a different way of thinking about "planning".
What your heart longs for is worth planning for.
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Laurel Holland’s mission is to help connect individuals with their own deep inner peace. As a meditation and Tai Chi instructor she spent years guiding students in the practices of internal relaxation, mindfulness and empowered choice. Through Life Coaching Laurel helps her clients remove the inner chains holding them back so they step into their power and consciously create the lives they desire. Her book, Courageous Woman, and her publication, Live Your Inner Power, the Journal, teach women the eight foundational practices that she believes are the main tools in creating transformation from the inside out. Laurel loves gardening, creating beautiful, sacred spaces and showing you the beauty that lives inside of your soul.
Laurel Boivin, life coach and founder of Flux+Flow Professional Coaching, helps high-performing professionals overcome overwhelm and disillusionment by increasing self-awareness and shifting perspective to improve performance, increase personal contribution, and experience a greater sense of fulfillment and purpose. Laurel began coaching after a 30-year corporate career. A Reiki master and yoga practitioner, collector of sea glass and antiques, she lives in New Hampshire and summers in Maine.