My guest post on Julie Davies Flower Workshops blog

by | January 15, 2018 | Coaching, Mums | 0 comments

Does ‘me time’ sound like an oasis in the desert to you? Well, it doesn’t have to be.

It’s easy to put your own needs at the back of the queue and find yourself running on empty, especially if you’re a Mum. Most of us don’t take enough time to nurture our hobbies or give ourselves quality down-time.

Check out my guest post on Julie Davies Flower Workshops' blog to find out how you can create more time in your week for your existing hobbies - or even to join her fab online flower arranging class!

http://juliedaviesflowerworkshops.co.uk/portfolio/redesign-week-create-time/

Julie is one of my original small businesses coaching clients and is now a friend too. You can read more about her coaching journey on my Happy Clients page.

Free discovery session

If you still find yourself feeling depleted and overwhelmed and need a helping had to get clear and focused to make some of these changes, then why not give me a call and book a free discovery session to find out how my coaching sessions can help you get back on track.

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