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How much is a woman expected to do in a day? Unreasonable expectations from others, especially, are contributing to unnecessary stress among so many women.. Many of us believe we are here to support and encourage one another, as each day has more than enough responsibilities, for sure.

Instead of a "to do" list, maybe a "not to do" list would be more beneficial. Or even a "priorities list." Unless one prioritizes healthy relationships and connections; and healthy lifestyle choices daily will get lost in the abyss of the day.

Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own." - Matthew 6:34






How can we do this practically? We pray!

Anything else, for our "well-ness" tool box? A dear client/friend of mine and I were discussing three gems to remember each day. Sharing here, as these may indeed help another woman who may need some "tools and tips" to embrace, as she journeys through the day.

• focus on little victories

• baby steps in the right direction

• one day at a time






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The Water Lily Pond

One of my favorite artists is Claude Monet. Much of the wisdom and insights shared in my last blog series, attest to the fact that entrepreneurs and artists do get better with age, and many of the lessons learned, have many common threads that can be intertwined among and between the life journeys of others.

One of the topics shared in my "Entrepreneurs and Artists: Like Fine Wine" series, is the idea of knowing what one was good at as a child. This was discussed a bit in my interview with Colleen Wilcox. Many of us have one or two key gifts that we are blessed with, and it is these gifts that do indeed hold the keys to much of our full aligning with our purpose, and fulfillment.

"I am only good at two things, and those are: gardening and painting." - Claude Monet






The theme of "enjoying the process" is mentioned in my interview with Karen Kampfl, Founder of Soul Spark Candles. We spoke a bit on the topics of clarity of vision; believing in what is right for oneself; confidence; perseverance; trusting the gut; and allowing things to just come in.

“It's on the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way. So we must dig and delve unceasingly." - Claude Monet

The two amazing photos that were taken for this series are by Victoria Konsavage. She is a talented, gifted, and an amazingly heart centered and compassionate woman.

I do believe all entrepreneurs and artists truly aspire to be masters in the "love department" of their entrepreneurial endeavors art, and life!

"People discuss my art and pretend to understand as if it were necessary to understand, when it's simply necessary to love." - Claude Monet




The above three Claude Monet quotes are a few of my favorites.

One of my favorite Claude Monet pieces is "The Water Lily Pond" which was done in 1899. The purpose of lily pads is to collect light for the plant to use in the process of photosynthesis. I think this is a great metaphor for life. I do believe we are here to be in full resonance, flow, and true alignment with our own divine and unique nature and gifts – living and manifesting a beautiful and fulfilling life! With age and experience, comes much beauty and wisdom!





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For women who read the Bible, many can relate to Mary and Martha in the book of Luke. Some relate more to Mary, and some to Martha.

Even though they are sisters they are very different; and Jesus loved them both!

Martha is the "doer." In our society today, she would probably be the "make things happen," always busy-type of woman. She may be the "extrovert" that engages well with the "hustle culture."

Mary is the one who is "present; quiet, focused, and peaceful. In our society today she would probably be the one who is the devoted wife, mother, heart centered friend and/ or encouraging co-worker. She may be the "introvert" that engages well with those who are nurturing, compassionate, and seek wisdom..

It does seem indeed that our culture is filled with "Marthas." Where are all the "Marys?" Not every woman wants to be a "go-getter," busy all the time, and striving up a "corporate" ladder which is most often set up against a crumbling and unstable wall.

For those who are "Martha" types, please do appreciate the "Marys." They add a lot to our culture and are gifted in many ways; ways that others may not be aware of. Take the time to get to know some of the "Marys," and possibly you may come to love and respect them.






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