All the Stuff #37 All the Stuff Says Farewell

On this bittersweet episode, All the Stuff says farewell, and our ladies Jen Turrell, Financial Personal Trainer for Women, Lisa Carpenter, Transformational Life and Nutrition Coach, and Lisa Sharp, Empowerment Coach and Clutter Expert, share their takeaways from hosting this podcast.

Lisa Carpenter begins by sharing her story regarding debt, and how, over the run of this podcast, she has been able to come to terms with it, do the work to get herself out of debt, and most importantly, into a new mindset.

Jen also shares her big changes, including a re-brand of her podcast Financial Fluency, and her desire to talk about a lot more topics than just finances.  She plans on focusing a lot more on her writing as well.

On her side, Lisa Sharp summarizes that the issues we have in life are because we think we are the only ones.  Being isolated and thinking it is just you, is so painful and so not necessary.  Sharing our feelings with honest conversation is one of the biggest gifts we can give each other. Taking inspired action is great, and when it is time to let go, it is time…

Thank you to all the listeners who took part in the journey that is “All The Stuff”. Past episodes will be available on iTunes and on the YouTube Channel.

All listeners are invited to contact the ladies using the links below.

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Contact:

Jen Turrell

Email:  Jen@jenturrell.com, Website:  Jen Turrell, Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/jen.turrell, Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/financialfluency/, Financial Fluency Podcast:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/financial-fluency-speaking-the-language-of-money/id1060546721?mt=2.

Lisa Sharp

Email:  Lisa@clearcalmspace.com, Website:  http://clearcalmspace.com, Lisa’s Blueprint Group Program:  http://clearcalmspace.com/blueprint/, Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/ClearCalmSpace/.

Lisa Carpenter

Email:  Lisa@lisacarpenter.ca, Website:  Lisa Carpenter, Lisa’s E.A.T.! Program: E.A.T!, Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/lisacarpenterinc/

All the Stuff #36 How to Manage Your Moods and S.A.D.

Do you know how to manage your moods and S.A.D?  Are the cold, dreary days of winter giving you the blues?  Today, the All the Stuff gals Jen Turrell, Financial Personal Trainer for Women, Lisa Carpenter, Transformational Life and Nutrition Coach, and Lisa Sharp, Empowerment Coach and Clutter Expert, share their thoughts on seasonal mood swings and how to manage them.    

When Lisa Sharp discovered she was suffering from S.A.D. she immediately started research to find out what could help the feelings of sadness and depression that come along with this ailment. Fish oil and a sun lamp proved extremely beneficial to her and helps her  combat the effects of the gloomy weather.

Lisa Carpenter lives in Vancouver where it is quite grey and gloomy from the months of November to February.  She also suffers from S.A.D., and has a huge sun lamp to regenerate, along with vitamin supplements including vitamin D and omega 3s.  She also recognizes that this time of year is a time where she has to up her self care and be as kind and compassionate towards herself as possible.

Omega 3s, or fish oil, is extremely important in supporting your emotional health and moods both during periods of S.A.D., and PMS.  Flax oil is also very beneficial and can be added to foods such a soups and salads.  Lisa Sharp suggest a subscribe and save through Amazon so you never run out and use your timer or alarm on your phone to remind you to take it.  Decluttering your environment is also a great way to clear out heaviness.  

While it is normal to have days when you feel down, if you spend days at a time feeling blue and are not motivated to do things you once enjoyed, you may want to see your doctor. Antidepressants may help you balance out your moods and allow you to enjoy life once again.   

Be sure to share your thoughts with the “All the Stuff” gals in their Facebook Group, a safe place to share and connect!

You can find out more about our resident experts and their programs on their websites:    Lisa Carpenter’s Program E.A.T!, Lisa Sharp’s The Blueprint Group Program, and Jen Turrell’s Money Matters Mastermind.  

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Programs:

You can find out more about our resident experts and their programs on their websites:    Lisa Carpenter’s Program E.A.T!, Lisa Sharp’s The Blueprint Group Program, and Jen Turrell’s Money Matters Mastermind.

How to you manage your moods and S.A.D.? Be sure to share your thoughts with the “All the Stuff” gals in their Facebook Group, a safe place to share and connect!

Resources:

Barleans Fish Oil:  http://www.barleans.com/swirls

All the Stuff #35 Bringing Fun Back Into Your Life

Do you feel like every day is filled with commitments, business activities and “doing”, but bringing fun back into your life is barely thought of?  

Today, the All the Stuff gals Jen Turrell, Financial Personal Trainer for Women, Lisa Carpenter, Transformational Life and Nutrition Coach, and Lisa Sharp, Empowerment Coach and Clutter Expert, discuss how bringing fun back into your life can make all the difference.   

For business entrepreneurs, it is very often difficult to tear away from work in order to balance out the days with some fun-filled activities.  In fact, it can be downright uncomfortable for them to change their habits. The ladies share some of their challenges and revelations about this topic and how important it is to maintain a healthy work/play balance.

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Programs:

You can find out more about our resident experts and their programs on their websites:    Lisa Carpenter’s Program E.A.T!, Lisa Sharp’s The Blueprint Group Program, and Jen Turrell’s Money Matters Mastermind.

What successes have you had bringing fun back into your life?  Be sure to share your thoughts with the “All the Stuff” gals in their Facebook Group, a safe place to share and connect!

Resources:

The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing by Bonnie Ware