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YOU are amazing. And guess what? You have the potential to be even more amazing.

My mission is to give you the tools and confidence you need to be your very best, inside and out.
I will inspire you, light a fire under your butt if you need it, and shine the path forward towards sustainable success. You can "do it all" without being a crazy person, the walking dead, or a total jerk. My mission is to help individuals and companies be as rich and healthy as possible, in all the ways they want to be.

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"Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. It means to be in the midst of these things and still be calm in your heart." - Unknown

On a road trip from NH to VA, my husband and kids spent the better part of an hour debating the best way to deal with a zombie apocalypse. Ahhh, quality family time. My step-son was in the US Army at the time, so I somewhat expected his proposed solution to involve ammunition or explosives. Instead, he suggested, "Easy. Just surround the house with treadmills."

This provoked an image to which some of you may be able to relate.