Taking care of  your full health and wellness can feel out of reach if your life is moving at 1000 mph on a daily basis.

In this episode I am sharing some of the best of the health and wellness episodes with you, from physical to mental  to help you get on or stay on track. I am sharing clips from Jacqueline Rose, Mo Atkins, Janessa Talman, and Elizabeth Lewis .

In each clip I am sharing the best of their episode to help you begin to create the heath and wellness foundation to carry you into the New Year.

From perimenopause to working with your human design, it’s time to get clear on what’s going on and create a plan to get your health and wellness to where you want it to be.

If you’re ready to take a deep dive, grab your ear buds and dig in.

*this episode is not to be used to replace adequate health care, see a doctor if you need support*

“Productivity is not just about checking things off a to-do list.” ~ Olivia

“Things are always going to be happening in life, you have to stop looking at what others are doing and know that doing one thing is better than none. Give yourself grace.” ~ Stacie

“Self-confidence is the cure, because if you don’t have that confidence you ain’t gonna do nothing.”~ Maiesha

“You don’t have to be everyone all at once, thinking in 90-day time frames will allow you to have more control over your life to know where to be and when more consistently.” ~ Dayna

“Find an activity that you find happy and joyful, that you’re eager to wake up to. Create a morning routine that brings you joy, not just tick another item off your to-do list.” – Jenny

Now let’s dig into episode #41 of the We Ain’t Normal Show


  • Why is rest so important to your productivity?

  • What is imposter syndrome, and how do you beat it?

  • How do you stay focused on your goals when the world is so noisy?


  • How to stop creating to-do lists that keep you overwhelmed

  • How to gain more confidence to go after what you really want even when you’re scared

  • How to create daily rituals to win your days more consistently


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