When you're juggling all the things-- appointments, chores, work, not to mention the people in your life and all of their needs-- you end up exhausted and frazzled. Get my complimentary lesson to start feeling better today! (You don't have to add anything to your plate to use these 2 strategies.)
Are you stressed? Running out of time to do everything that needs to be done? Going to bed with your unfinished to-do list running through your mind? Have you given up on following your dreams because there's no extra time to pursue them? You are not alone. Many women find themselves living in a constant state of stress and giving up on their dreams just to stay on the treadmill of their life.
I went down this path myself when my girls were little. I was racing from thing to thing and felt like I would never be able to take a rest much less start my business. This went on until the day I tucked my girls into bed after racing through their bedtime routine, ran downstairs and realized I still had a huge list to complete--and I hadn't even taken the time to really be with my girls at bedtime. The guilt, sadness, frustration, and regret hit me hard. That's when I dug in and found my way out.
Meet Sandy Fowler
Sandy Fowler is a wife, mom, and business owner whose passion is teaching women to make powerful choices that impact their lives in the best possible way. Whether she is speaking to a group, teaching a class, coaching a client, guiding a meditation, or hosting her podcast, she is always helping busy women find simple ways to reduce stress and make life better. Her natural curiosity paired with her down-to-earth, practical approach to living, working, and prospering, allows her to help them take back their lives from the busyness and stress of modern-day living.
She has been quoted on SheKnows.com, featured in a cover story in the Detroit. Free Press Twist Magazine, published in Mompreneur magazine and Fempreneur.com. She has been a guest on many podcasts, and featured as an expert on The Michigan Women's Marketplace.
When Sandy isn't working with busy women, she enjoys spending casual time with family and friends. She especially loves to hang out with her husband and two daughters camping, hiking, reading, or wandering the shores of Lake Michigan where they can swim and play.
Sandy’s words have encouraged me to trust my instincts and have given me the courage to act upon those instincts with confidence. ~ Shawn
Sandy's approach to life in general is spot on and helpful to all mothers for simplifying their life! ~ Marie
As someone who has spent my life trying to find the “system” that will make sense out of my super busy life, I can’t thank Sandy enough for showing me how to be organized in a way that works in my life. ~ Judy
Sandy, you are such a dynamic speaker, filled with energy, enthusiasm and practical tools for everyday life that work! You really know your audience and hit a chord with your fabulous stories and examples. ~ Kimberly
Women find themselves pulled in many directions. People are constantly asking things of you and you are asking things of yourself. Even when you create a to-do list and use a planner you find yourself pushed to do more, to add more to your already busy day. A phone call from your mom. A neighbor’s request to let their dog out. Your spouse’s text asking you to run an errand. Your child’s ...
Not being able to finish their to-do list is a common issue for women who come to me for coaching. They work hard. They spend their days running around and checking things off their to-do list. They fall into bed at night exhausted and there are still things left on the list.
I remember this feeling well from many years ago. I was exhausted and guilt ridden. I fell into bed and lay there, my ...
Your ideal life may be loud and messy. It may be scheduled, organized, and busy. It may be quiet, serene, and peaceful. Or it may be each of these at different times or during different seasons.
Stress relief isn’t about making your life look or feel a certain way. Stress relief is about supporting yourself so you can be a person who walks through that life with grace.