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Is EMDR Right for Me?

Is EMDR Right for Me?


If you heard last week's episode, you know it's possible to heal our brains in a variety of different ways. One of those ways is through Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, a powerful tool to help patients move forward, or as Dr Lili Wagner so perfectly stated "move past our past." In this episode, we dive deeper into EMDR, discuss the benefits, who it may be good for, and who it might not find it a great fit. About: Dr. Lili Wagner is a Licensed Psychologist in California with over 20 years of experience.  She works with adults and the elderly, specializing in trauma as well as the psychological ramifications of having a chronic illness or autoimmune disease.  She is certified in EMDR, CBT, and has several health coaching certifications.  Due to her own chronic health issues, Dr. Wagner uses a holistic mind, body, and soul approach to therapy.  During her spare time, she loves to cuddle with her dog, enjoys movies, music, dancing, and spending time with her family.  Support the show
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide is committed to sharing resources to help grown-ass women get the support they need.Today, you'll meet Rachelle McCloud LCSW,  Mental Health Therapist and Emotional Wellness coach. Through years of successfully helping clients move their anxiety, depression, and trauma disorders into remission, Rachelle has developed a program that empowers people to skillfully get rid of symptoms and heal. In this episode, Rachelle helps us understand how the brains of women over 40 really work, and how it's never too late to heal, even from events we never imagined possible.If you're wondering what kind of support is available for you or someone you love, this episode is for you. Note: This episode is #2 in a four part series on mental health. Check out the first episode mental health advocate and content creator, Anna Pryzybylski. Anna shared her millennial perspective on mental health and the differences she sees in her generation vs those of us who are Gen X or older. Support the show
For many of us over 40, we didn’t grow up making mental health a priority, am I right?  But those days are over. No one should have to white knuckle their way through life. We all deserve to feel healthy and free of the stigma and shame we used to feel when turning to mental health resources. May is Mental Health Awareness month and The Grown-Ass Woman’s Guide is committed to sharing resources, tips and tools to help us all live with joy and peace. If you haven't heard of Anna Przybylski, oh you will! Anna is the brave and totally hilarious millennial taking TikTok and Instagram by storm with her fresh, honest approach to mental health.  Anna's  not-so-serious tone and approach allows us all to laugh a little at the pressures we all feel.In this episode, Anna and I talk mental health and wellness, the difference in perspective we see when it comes to Gen X and millennials, and how we can begin to shed ourselves of judgement, expectations and start to heal from some of the programming we've experienced in our lives. Follow Anna on her website, Instagram and TikTokThe Grown-Ass Woman's Guide is supported by incredible brands like ELĒMENT APOTHĒC. I recently discovered their CBD products, specifically formulated so that we can achieve a restful nights and stress-free days. Full disclosure: I had heard about the benefits of CBD but like many women, I had no real idea of the benefits. ELĒMENT APOTHĒC's CBD-infused wellness and body care products combine the healing power of nature with the ingenuity of science. And they are transparent down to every ingredient so you know exactly what's in there. Give yourself or someone you love the gift of wellness today! And save an additional 10% with promo code: JackieMacDougallMentioned in this episode:Anna's videosHow I discovered Anna's videos  Thanksgiving videoYou come first Productivity doesn't equal valueDetox your feedSupport the show
Let me ask you this: How involved in your community are you? Do you attend events? Volunteer for a local non-profit? Have regular ladies nights playing Bunco or Cards Against Humanity? (Don’t judge)Jenny Ketchepaw and Jennifer Abbott-Aston met through a mutual friend who thought they’d hit it off -- and they certainly did. They formed a friendship that’s supportive, empowering and often vulnerable. Like many of us, they could have kept that friendship to themselves, but Jenny and Jen knew they had something special and wanted to empower other women to also experience a deep connection. In this episode, you’ll hear their story from friendship to community leadership, and how they’re bringing women together in their own neighborhood — and all over the world. Mentioned in this episode:WeWil CollaborativeLean In CircleStrengths Finder episode with JennyThe Four AgreementsForty Thrive Premiere Episode!Heather and Vanessa’s podcastGuests:Jenny Ketchepaw currently serves as the Vice President of Talent Engagement for a financial institution where she manages the Training and Leadership Development initiatives for the Bank. Jenny has been working in the financial industry for 22 years, serving in various leadership capacities. Jenny is a certified Gallup Strengths Coach. Jenny is a positive person that believes in being proactive in life, forging lasting relationships, and making an impact where you serve. Jenny loves to travel and spend time with her husband of 19 years and their two young children.Jennifer Abbott-Aston relocated from Toronto to Los Angeles in 2002, securing a position at USC where she worked as a merchandise executive for the next ten years. She made the difficult decision to move into the CEO/MOM role in 2011 for her 3 boys. Jennifer stayed active by volunteering in roles of PTA President, Vice President, and Parliamentarian; she served as Treasurer for Arcadia Child Health Council, Little League T-ball Coordinator, Canteen Coordinator and she served as the Fundraising Officer on the Meadows Foundation Board.  In 2016, Jennifer made the move to re-enter the workforce and eventually made the crucial decision to join full time the company she co-founded; Human Element Company, a staffing and HR agency. Today Jennifer serves on a Vestry representing Human Relations/Social Justice groups which include Anti Racism Coalition, Immigrant Support Circle and LGBTQ+. Jennifer is a futuristic restorative achiever with a deep appreciation of belief and discipline.Support the show
By now, you know I am so passionate about uplifting other women and empowering each other to live our most badass, grown-ass lives. This podcast is just one of the ways that I do that. What you may not know is I actually lead groups of women through my signature programs to help them do all sorts of things in their lives, things that they thought were only dreams, things that they put on the back burner for other people, or things that felt like "Sure, I'll get to that someday. "Someday is here, my friend. In this episode, I introduce you to Renee Bowen, professional photographer, business coach, all around grown-ass woman. Renee and I talk the power of investing in our dreams, and how to find support when you know you're meant for more. If you're ready to join an exceptional group of women for an unforgettable experience, I invite you to my new program, Aligned on Purpose. Support the show
When you're the world's first full-figured supermodel who's made it her personal mission to break down barriers and fight for inclusivity in the fashion and beauty industries, you get to be known by a single name -- Emme. In this episode, In this episode, the brand spokesperson, television personality, podcast host, author, first full-figured Revlon spokeswoman, keynote speaker,  coach and clothing line creative director...talks about using our collective voice to make an impacthow to make ourselves a prioritythe pitfalls she faced as a young modeland she shares her new ventures, including coaching women through body confidence and her initiative, Fashion without Limits About Emme: Known for over two decades as the award-winning and groundbreaking American supermodel, Emme was twice selected as one of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People and named by Oprah Magazine as the “Godmother of the full-figured industry.” Today, she is a trusted voice in the beauty, wellness, fashion and news industries, and recognized globally as a lead influencer for positive body image and self- esteem. Emme was the first celebrity advocate to speak before a Congressional subcommittee to increase public awareness of eating and body image disorders. As a social reformer, she is a sought expert for TV, Radio, and Podcasts. The author of 5 books, Emme is also a columnist, life coach, and consultant. Emme’s latest mission is the launch of the True Beauty Foundation, whose mission is to provide global programs that cultivate and promote positive body image, self-esteem, and general mental health awareness for girls, boys, women, and men. Support the show
We've all read about the great resignation by now. Reports show that roughly 47 million people left their jobs in 2021, citing burnout, new opportunities and starting a business as just a few reasons.  But how many are leaving the workforce to pursue creative endeavors? And should they?I talk with Jessica Abel,  author artist, cartoonist and coach for creatives who works with people to stop grinding and carve out the deep focus needed to finish  and launch the game-changing work they want to be known for. In this episode:Jessica shares how to prioritize creativity in our lives. What success might look like in a creative industryHow to make a real living through creative endeavors. (Psst it's probably not what you think. ) Plus Jessica helps us all navigate the pitfalls so many creatives stumble into. About: Cartoonist and coach for creatives Jessica Abel is the founder of Autonomous Creative. She works with ambitious mid-career creatives to stop grinding and carve out the deep focus needed to finish—and launch—the game-changing work they want to be known for. Jessica is the author of a dozen books, including Growing Gills: How to Find Creative Focus When You're Drowning in Your Daily Life, the graphic novel La Perdida, and two textbooks about making comics, Drawing Words & Writing Pictures and Mastering Comics. Her book Out on the Wire is about how the best radio and podcast producers in the world use story to keep us listening. Jessica’s latest work of fiction is the Eisner-nominated Trish Trash: Rollergirl of Mars. She is chair of the illustration program at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.Support the show (
Unlocking You

Unlocking You


Imagine feeling more connected to yourself, better understanding what motivates you, what makes you tick... even what triggers you. What if there were a way to help us tap into our boundaries, our choices and our emotional intelligence in a way that improves our relationships -- especially the relationship with ourselves? Oh but there is. According to life coach and speaker, Dr. Marilyn Simmons Bowe, people with strong social-emotional skills are better able to cope with everyday challenges and benefit academically, professionally, and socially. In this episode, Dr. Simmons helps us to understand Social Emotional Learning and use it to better our lives -- and ourselves.  Guest: Dr. Simmons Bowe not only teaches in Atlanta, but also works cross-industry as a coach for Social-Emotional learning and in 2010/2011 developed the Camp Achievement Theory assessment that calculates and quantifies social-emotional problem areas via an assessment and algorithm. Within Dr. Simmons Bowe’s coaching practice she works daily with business groups, educators, students, and even couples on:Boundary Dynamics Choice Theory Achievement EmotionsEmotional IntelligenceSocial-Emotional Learning TheorySupport the show (
(Don't) Do the Hustle

(Don't) Do the Hustle


There was a time when rocking the latest trends meant fashion or beauty. But for Grown-Ass Women, the latest trends are focused on self care and personal development. For once in my life, I can actually be trendy. Listening to our own voices -- and not the opinions of others requires a level of quiet and courage that more and more women are committed to reaching. On today's episode, executive coach, communications leader and podcaster, Lara Dalch, shares tools for discovering what we really want by listening more than pushing. About Our Guest: Lara Dalch helps leaders and teams thrive at the intersection of personal and professional development. She is an executive coach, facilitator, learning architect, communications leader, and host of the top-rated women’s podcast She Knows the Way. Lara has spent over 15 years guiding individuals and organizations to articulate their vision and reach their potential. Trained as a marketer, integrative health coach, Pilates instructor, and leadership development specialist, Lara brings a 360 degree perspective to her work with businesses of all sizes – from startup to Fortune 500; B2C and B2B.Connect with Lara on her website, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. Mentioned in this episode: She Knows the Way: Suzi McAlpine, Adrienne Rabena, Kelsey Abbott Join TGAWG Pod Squad! More and more women are joining book clubs these days as a way to share ideas and connect with other women. But what about a pod club for women who love to discuss podcasts? Cool, right? Enter the GAWG pod squad, a monthly virtual event where we can chat about all things the Grown-Ass Woman's Guid podcast. Bring questions, comments, topic ideas, and general opinions on recent episodes. And some months will include a special guest from the podcast. RSVP HereSupport the show (
Grown-Ass Guidance

Grown-Ass Guidance


In the first in a series, host Jackie MacDougall teams up with Nina Lorez Collins, CCO of Revel and host of Raging Gracefully to answer listener questions in a monthly episode called Grown-Ass Guidance: A Q&A event. Each month, Jackie and Nina host a live recording and tackle topics ranging from transitions and reinvention, sex and relationships, money, career, friendship, menopause -- nothing is off limits. Revel is the official community and event partner of The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide. Visit and click JOIN/SIGN UP. Choose "Grown-Ass Woman's Guide" from the dropdown menu asking "How did you hear about us?"Join us for the next Grown-Ass Guidance event on Thursday, April 14th! To submit an anonymous question, click here. Mentioned in this episode: Get 15% off at with PROMO CODE: GROWNASSUber lubeSandra Tsing LohBrene Brown on VulnerabilityCONNECTSubscribe to TGAWG on YouTube!The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide shop is open!Get Featured on GrownAssWoman.GuideBuy Us a Coffee!Get your FREE printable 11 Habits of a Grown-Ass WomanJoin 3100 other Grown-Ass women in our FB communityLet's connect on Instagram!Support the show (
This episode could be called "Being Ready is a Myth." If you are a coach, a consultant, a creative, an entrepreneur,  or someone who has considered just dropping everything and making a huge change in your life, this episode is for you. Today, you'll meet Catarina Rondo. She has over 25 years of educating and empowering entrepreneurs. Catarina has her own take on business one that includes wearing your heart all over it. In this episode, we talk:What it takes to start a business today. How to lead with authenticity over anything else? The one thing that is required to pivot your career. And if you happen to be looking for a coach yourself, she's got some really solid tips to finding one that works for you.Caterina Rando passionately serves women on a mission. Her over twenty-five years of educating and empowering entrepreneurs makes her truly masterful at providing a ton of value. Caterina is all about, positivity, integrity, generosity, community, and providing massive value while uplifting others through your business.Caterina is an award-wining women’s business mentor extraordinaire, podcaster, and retreat leader. Her books include: Learn to Think Differently, released in over thirteen countries and several languages, A Women’s Guide To Starting a Giving Circle and her latest book, the ABCs of Public Speaking which quickly hit #1 in four Amazon best-seller categories.Caterina leads an annual Bliss Retreat for women Leaders on a Mission, a Sought-After-Speaker Mastermind Retreat, and The Expand Your Fempire Summit. She is also the founder of The Thriving Women in Business Center in San Francisco, a place for women to gather and host workshops. Caterina also started the Thriving Women in Business Giving Circle. This is a group of big-hearted entrepreneurs, who raise money for women and girls' education and entrepreneurship training. She wants women to know that they do not have to wait until they are wealthy or retired before they can embrace philanthropy and start making a huge difference.  Support the show (
Quick Checkin

Quick Checkin


Hello my favorite TGAWG listener, it’s me Jackie. I’m taking a beat from our regular programming to bring you a quick hello. Some updates: Have you checked out Revel yet? They're our new GAWG event partner! I already hosted our first event on their platform and have two upcoming created just for you. Visit, click join and choose Grown-Ass Woman's Guide in the drop down where it says "how did you hear about Revel?" Once you get over there, send me a message! I’d love to hear from you and create some online — and in person — events that we can do together. PS: We have one in the LA area in April coming up so be sure to join Revel and the GAWG group over there to get the details for that. Join our FB group here.If you’re ready to show up like a Grown-Ass Woman, get our 11 Habits to Live Like a Grown-Ass Woman.How can you support TGAWG?Support the amazing partners on our site — I love collaborating with brands who appreciate the grown-ass woman in us all, especially those business run by GAW. Subscribe to the podcast and YouTube channel and tell everyone you know! Buy Me a CoffeeThe more you engage and share and tell others about what we’re doing here, the more we can keep producing and growing the show. If you have any thoughts/suggestions about the show, feel free to share a review or shoot me an email at the show (
A decade ago, Monique Floyd -- AKA King Moe -- was living the "American Dream."  A successful 3D piping designer in the international nuclear engineering industry, she had all the success but felt miserable inside. In this episode, she shares the moment that changed everything and how finding our passion probably isn't as difficult as you might think -- sometimes it's just a childhood away. She'll explain.About Monique: A lifestyle photographer, makeup artist, motivational be-er, and permission giver, Monique Floyd aka “King Moe” is on a mission to inspire women to take out a new lease on life, one where they thrive on their own terms and embrace loving themselves by prioritizing their joys and desires.You can learn more about Monique at MoniqueFloyd.comJoin TGAWG on Revel! Revel is a membership-based community where women in their 40s, 50s and beyond gather to share hard-earned knowledge, experience, laughter, and adventure. It's like Meet Up for women over 40, with hundreds of events -- online and in person -- created every week. It's also where I'll be hosting regular FREE events to get to know you -- The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide listener -- even better. Visit and choose "The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide" from the dropdown menu when asked "How did you hear about Revel."  Join our GAWG group and explore the many events and groups Revel has to offer. See you there!The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide shop is open!Get Featured on GrownAssWoman.GuideBuy Us a Coffee!Get your FREE printable 11 Habits of a Grown-Ass Woman.Join 3100 other Grown-Ass women in our FB communityLet's connect on Instagram!Support the show (
In an informal poll taken in The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide group, 85% of women rated the importance of friendship a four or five, on a scale 1-5.  If friendship is so important to us, why are so many women feeling disconnected and disappointed when it comes to making and deepening friendships?In this episode, meet Nina Lorez Collins who's made it her business to cultivate friendship, both online and IRL. We talk about the difficulties we face as women in friendship and share some really exciting ways we are partnering to create connection with women like you.  Mentioned in this episode:Speaking of Psychology: Why is it so hard for adults to make friends?Friendship Poll in TGAWG groupConvo about making friends in TGAWG groupGolden Girls VS SATC ladiesJoin The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide on Revel!How to join The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide on Revel 1. Choose "The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide" in dropdown "How did you hear about us?"2. Search for our group or simply click here.Support the show (
According to a recent study recently published in JAMA internal medicine, they estimated that approximately 110 000 deaths per year could be prevented if US adults aged 40 to 85 years or older increased their moderate to vigorous physical activity by just 10 minutes per day.In this episode, it’s all about finding the movement that fires you up. This is not about taking on the next marathon or joining Cross Fit — unless that’s your thing, of course. You’ll hear from women who’ve found fun and interesting ways to incorporate movement into their daily lives, and finding some unexpected benefits along the way. Maybe you’ll even find your future favorite activity through their stories.For more of Jennifer's interview and to see my personal belly dance lesson, head over to The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide YouTube channel.  About the guest: Jennifer Sobel has been a professional belly dance instructor and performer for 16 years. She integrates her experience as a licensed acupuncturist and personal trainer to create holistic belly dance programs that help women heal in body, mind, and spirit. Her mission is to make belly dance approachable to all women so they can experience the joy of belly dance as quickly and easily as possible.  Her program, The Belly Dance Solution, helps women strengthen their pelvic floor with belly dance and appeared in the popular women's magazine, Woman's World.  Her recently launched Feminine Fire program is a membership program with the ultimate video library of 400+ videos and teaches a unique system to DIY your own belly dance routines. Connect with Jennifer on Facebook and Instagram  Feminine Fire:Website: www.femininefireofficial.comFacebook: thanks to: Nicole ApplebyVictoria WyckoffAnna GrayMentioned in this episode: Why You Should Be Dancing over 40, Prevention MagazineWoman's WorldEffect of belly dancing on urinary incontinence-related muscles and vaginal pressure in middle-aged womenSupport the show (
Lillian So is the new best friend you never knew you needed. Author of So Empowered - Discover the five layers of the body to take control of your life,  Lillian breaks down the five layers and shares how each and every one of them can be used to transform every aspect of our lives. In this episode, Lillian shares• a surprising fact about how pain manifests in the body• a framework to help us process adversity, whether it was yesterday or decades ago• small, practical ways to find our blissPlus, her final takeaway is pure GOLD. About Lillian: Lillian So is a Korean-American daughter of immigrants. As the founder of SOfit SF Inc. and the SOmethod, she is a passionate community builder and entrepreneur. An integrator and facilitator of transformation, Lillian helps people heal, grow, transform, and find what they didn’t know was missing in their lives. She has more than 20 years of industry experience creating psychological safety, group facilitation, and compassionatecommunication.Mentioned in this episode:Coconu body oil and lubricant Promo code: GROWNASSKindra bath soakThe Grown-Ass Woman's Guide shop is open!Get Featured on GrownAssWoman.GuideBuy Us a Coffee!Get your FREE printable 11 Habits of a Grown-Ass Woman.Join 3100 other Grown-Ass women in our FB communityLet's connect on Instagram!Huge thanks to our sponsor! Kindra is redefining menopause for us all with science-backed products, education and, my favorite thing, community. Whether you’re wondering if you’re in at early stages of peri-menopause or you’ve been there, done that, Kindra’s committed to helping us all be the best versions of ourselves. Get 20% OFF at site wide with promo code GAW20.Support the show (
Some of us work hard at earning our "grown-ass woman" status. Others find it much, much  earlier. Meet Carey Lohrenz, the first female F-14 Tomcat fighter pilot in the US Navy. Carey shares her years of training to help us overcome those feelings of uncertainty, stress, burnout, anxiety, and pressure.In this episode, Carey...Identifies the problems we're facing as women and humans as a whole.Offers simple -- yet powerful -- exercises to help us feel focused and free in our lives.  Helps us dig out of fear and see the possibilities in front of us. If you're ready to incorporate some action steps into your life to become the most grown-ass version of yourself, this is the episode for you. Guest: Carey Lohrenz is an in-demand speaker, business consultant, military aviation pioneer. The first female F-14 Tomcat fighter pilot in the US Navy, Lohrenz shares her years of training to help business leaders overcome the specific natures of uncertainty, stress, burnout, anxiety, and pressure.Lohrenz overcame enormous obstacles in a male-dominated environment to achieve her seemingly impossible dream of becoming a fighter pilot. The experience gave her valuable insights on what it means not only to conquer fear but also to harness it and continue pushing forward with unwavering dedication to reach your goals. She is uniquely qualified in the fundamentals of winning under pressure, reducing errors, and overcoming fear, self-doubt and other challenges to lead high-performance teams.Mentioned; Span Of Control: What To Do When You're Under Pressure, Overwhelmed, And Ready To Get What You Really Want Fearless Leadership: High-Performance Lessons from the Flight Deck Support the show (
A Word to Guide You

A Word to Guide You


In my first solo episode of the year, I share thanks to YOU -- my amazing listener. And reveal what you can expect from The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide in 2022. One of the things I do love to do in a new year is come up with a word (or words) that really encompass where I want to go during the year ahead. 2020 = CONNECT (ironic, isn't it?)2021 = CURIOSITY (when we come from a place of curiosity, there's less judgment of each other and ourselvesIn 2022, my friend Marion was talking about how she was doing three words and I really loved the ideas.  I did a little journaling and meditation and my three words popped into my head. ALIGN I don't want to be that person who just throws things against the wall to see if they stick or works with people or takes opportunities because they bring in income, but don't feel good. I want to do things that align with who I am right now and where I want to be, and so align is a really, really strong, positive word for me. SIMPLIFY There's so much noise out there. There are so many things we could be doing. I don't want to spend a ton of time doing  just for the sake of doing. Once I have aligned myself to what I want to do, I then want to simplify the steps.  I'm doing those things that "move the needle" bring results. SPARKLE Oh, my gosh, it's such a 12 year old girl word, Isn't it? But I love it so much. I'm done dimming my sparkle for those who might think I'm extra or too much. I would love to hear what your word or words are for this year. Email me!Mentioned in this episode: GrownAssWoman.guideGrown-Ass Woman's Guide communityHuge thanks to Kindra for making this episode possible. Get 20% Off with promo code: GAW20Support the show (
Several times a week, I get weight loss pitches for the podcast.  Diets, detoxes, and the ‘next best thing’ is promised to us at every turn.Spoiler alert: I decline every time.When do I say yes? When someone wants to collaborate in helping us all in feel strong, aligned, and unstoppable; not convince us we’re less than until we follow their methods.I say yes to someone like Courtney Townley. Courtney is one of those people I would say yes to without knowing the question. Sure, she has 20 years experience and that’s fantastic. But what I love is that she’s unlike anyone out there. She is committed to teaching, supporting and holding us accountable for our actions so we can be the most badass, grown-ass version of ourselves.If you could use a bit of inspiration to realign your actions with what you say it is you want for your health at the start of 2022...If you are ready to become more self-directed in the health arena...If you are ready for a mindset reset, so you can rock whatever it is you want for your health in 2022...Courtney’s hosting a FREE 5-Day Challenge. But before she does that, she joined me LIVE in our free community for a conversation that will blow your mind — and change your mindset.Are you ready to live your Healthiest Year Yet? I know I am! Join Courtney's 5-Day Challenge HEREJoin Rumble and Rise, Courtney's Coaching MembershipPast Episodes with Courtney:The Real Reason You Feel Like CrapScrew the ResolutionsHow to Ignite Confidence over 404 Simple Tips to Make It StickSupport the show (
Welcome to Part 4 of The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide to Thriving Through the Holidays (our final installment). As we finish off 2021, millions of people are talking resolutions, and making changes in their lives. I personally am not a big fan of resolutions. We all know what happens just a few days into a resolution. But I am a big believer that the new year is a fresh opportunity to invigorate our lives and set some goals, and no better place to start than at home. Carrie Leskowitz is a certified life coach and award-winning interior designer with over 20 years experience transforming both spaces and lives. In this episode, Carrie shares her tips to help create a more aligned space --  simply and inexpensively; as well as what not to do if you want more love, peace and abundance in your life. The Grown-Ass Woman's Guide shop is open!Get Featured on GrownAssWoman.GuideBuy Us a Coffee!Get your FREE printable 11 Habits of a Grown-Ass Woman.Join 3100 other Grown-Ass women in our FB communityLet's connect on Instagram!Huge thanks to our sponsor! Kindra is redefining menopause for us all with science-backed products, education and, my favorite thing, community. Whether you’re wondering if you’re in at early stages of peri-menopause or you’ve been there, done that, Kindra’s committed to helping us all be the best versions of ourselves. Get 20% OFF at site wide with promo code GAW20.Let's Connect!• Join 3100 other Grown-Ass women in our FB community• Let's connect on Instagram!Support the show (
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