“There is more to life than increasing its speed.”  - Ghandi

What do you want to make time for?

Are you drowning in action items, feeling guilty at home and work?

Are you feeling like something has to give?


 At Find Work/Life Balance we help successful business women like you:

  • Move from overwhelm to a sense of control of your to-do list.
  • Create a new direction more aligned with your values and the life you want to lead.
  • Make time for on-hold dreams and the parts of your life that are getting ignored.

“What a great 12 weeks!  Thank you for listening, validating and inviting me to acknowledge and process my feelings.  I now see the benefits of taking the time to go through this process in order to move forward in other areas of my life.  The safe place you provided for me was truly a gift!  I’m excited to move forward with the wealth of resources, tools and information you so generously shared with me.  I have more clarity and balance in life due to our sessions, and for that I’m so grateful. Thank you!” - J. J.

Through the 3-step Get Clear© process you’ll gain:

  • Goal clarity
  • An understanding of what stops you, and
  • Accountability to take powerful steps forward

Find Work/Life Balance can help you work smarter, make better decisions and create time for the parts of your life getting left in the dust.

Ready to take action?

Schedule a complimentary Get Clear© assessment.  In just one hour you’ll have a clearer idea of your goals, what’s getting in the way of your success, and you’ll identify your first steps forward.


Season of gratitude

There are two stoplights along Kennedy Boulevard near my house that take several minutes to turn over. This morning both lights were green as I took my kids to school. With a gratitude practice firmly in place I was looking for things to be grateful for. It was only 7 am and I felt …

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Just say “no”

Jeannie* took on a volunteer commitment, wanting to help a local organization.  As someone who dives in with both feet, the commitment quickly outgrew the time she could allow it, especially during the busy time at work.  ”It feels like no good deed goes unpunished,” she lamented.  Most of her weekends had evaporated into the …

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