It’s all about the journey – all 13.1 miles of it.

By Help Person|August 26, 2020|Main Blog, Uncategorized|

I’ve been noticing that sometimes we get so caught up in finishing a task or accomplishing a goal, we miss out on all the good stuff in-between. I often witness my clients getting impatient and growing frustrated when things don’t turn out perfectly the first time.  I totally get it. And, it’s awesome. Because that’s exactly when good things start to happen. It reminds me of when I ran my first half marathon last February. It was terrible! It was so bad that when I received the professional photos a few weeks later, I immediately filed them in the archives never to be seen again. Yikes! I started training for it in September. Although I used to run pretty regularly, I had never run more than 3 miles a day. I knew that running a race was going to be different so I did a little research. I found a suitable schedule, recruited my neighbor to join me on the long runs each weekend, and even met up with a few local running groups along the way.  In just a couple of months, I started to feel better and more confident in running. I began to eat healthier and lost a few pounds. And you

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Episode 42: AFGO Part 1 of 2

By lifelafterdivorce|November 21, 2017|Show notes, Uncategorized|

Episode 42: AFGO Part 1 of 2 with special guest Dave Conley Leanne Linsky and The Boyfriend give you a heads up that they experienced some technical difficulties during the Skype interview with their guest. Also, this is the first part in a two-part interview. Leanne and The Boyfriend talk about how sometimes we get exactly what we need when we need it, especially when it comes to relationships. People come into our lives just when we need them. Meet our guest, Dave Conley! Dave has been a technology executive, entrepreneur, and startup consultant. Now Dave is a health and wellness coach who helps lifelong overweight people lose 1/3rd to 1/2 of their bodyweight — just like him. Dave has been married twice. He met his first wife when he was still in college. They met at work when they were just 21 years old.  It was a summer job, and Dave was an usher and she was a park ranger. They had a big Catholic ceremony when they married. Dave laughs that getting married at such a young age was his way of rebelling. He and his wife weren’t good for each other. The divorce was a bit of a surprise, but it turned

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