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Do you have a hero? Someone real or fictional from whom you can draw strength, inspiration, and confidence when you need it most? Well I sure as heck do, and it’s none other than Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. Tune in to find out why she’s my hero and the simple item I wear every single day to remind me to embody her courageous attitude.
I am so excited this week to share with you a conversation I had with my cousin Amy Price. Amy is one of the most creative people I know, and today she’s sharing her story of how she came to work on Broadway, the pivots she’s taken since COVID-19 entered the picture (here’s a hint, her thriving Etsy store is the result of a desire to protect the people in her community and grew wildly from there), what creative pursuits she’s currently leaning into, and what to do if you find yourself in a creative rut.
Often times I find money is a taboo topic, so let’s break down that mental barrier, learn together, and walk confidently in the direction of our dreams. I’ve learned from personal experience that once you have a financial plan, any stress that was once associated with your finances is lifted. Even if you’re paying off debt, or saving an emergency fund, or working towards another big goal – just having a plan and implementing it day in and out will allow you to release a giant sigh of relief.
This week I’m sharing all about some recent developments for our little family, including getting our home under contract to sell so that we can relocate to our dream hometown AND practice geoarbitrage at the same time. Talk about a win-win. Or a win-win-win-win-win…as the case may be!
Welcome to the second half of Kate’s conversation with Shiny Happy Yoga founder Sarah Weyenberg! Together we dive into facing fear and how to build your bravery muscle with one small act of courage at a time.
Join Kate and Sarah for today’s conversation all about showing up for yourself, challenging your comfort zone, and how yoga can truly be for anyone and everyone.
This week Kate shares her three Core Values and how she uses them as an unwavering guide when making decisions, big and small.
In this week’s episode, Kate shares her secret sauce for crafting a vision board that actually works. Hint, it needs to be both attainable and aspirational. And it must follow three simple rules.
To say that Rachel Hollis has helped me pivot my life in the direction of my dreams would be a vast understatement. She’s inspired and motivated me to be audacious, without seeking approval or permission from anyone else. Just for the sake of it being in my heart and having the desire to see it through.
When things get hard, what do you reach for to pull you through? To encourage you? To inspire, uplift, or motivate you? Well for me, I go to my personal mantra, over and over again. I tell myself, “I get to do this. I can do hard things.” Because there is strength and power in words and how you use them to speak to yourself.
At the heart of the Live By Design Podcast is the belief that you and you alone are responsible for your health and happiness. And because of this, you have to make yourself and your dreams a priority.
This week I sit down with my husband to discuss our shared gratitude practice and how it’s made us stronger and closer as a couple…even during a pandemic with two toddlers at home!
How do you get “in the zone?” Where time slips away and you joyfully lose yourself in the moment? Tune in to find out what sparks that joy for me and how you can too!
Welcome to the introductory episode where I share what motivates me to live a life of design, not default.