Business, Babies and Bottom Lines with Jill Stanton

Do you feel pulled in a million different directions right now? Like you don’t know which way is up? With everything that’s going on in the U.S., along with the start of the summer, my heart feels called to remind you/me/we to slooooowwww it down before we speed it up. In times of change, loss, […]

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Living the unconventional life

Has this week felt a little slow to start with the long weekend? I had an awesome weekend filled with good food and dancing for a couple’s date night with friends, a fun family day at the water park, and watching the Warriors win the Western Finals. #StrengthInNumbers But come Tuesday, my daughter woke up […]

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How to overcome your addiction to achievement

Yesterday, I celebrated my 35th birthday, and I have to share the sweetest poem my daughter wrote for me… This year really feels like I’m growing up in all areas of my life… deep listening to my body, going deeper in my relationships, and more depth in my soul’s work. Instead of feeling like I’m […]

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Embracing Rejection as Redirection

This past weekend, I stayed in my pajamas all day Saturday and Sunday. My body really, really needed to slow down and do. absolutely. nothing. I was so thankful to have my daughter make me a Mother’s Day breakfast with fresh apple compote (she proudly cut and cooked herself). We also took a dip in […]

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Following Feelings Over Formulas

Today, I’m excited to share a solo episode with you. It’s inspired by my weekly yoga class I go to on Monday nights led by one of my best friends, Michelle Long at The Practice for Women. I personally struggle to get my body moving on a consistent basis. And getting out of the house […]

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“The Know, LOVE and Trust Factor”

Today, I’m excited to share my latest podcast episode with you! But first, I want to celebrate making green smoothies in my daughter’s classroom. On Monday, my husband, daughter, and I left the house 20 minutes earlier, so we could blend up our favorite recipe from my Simple Green Smoothies book, Beginner’s Luck. A big […]

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