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    Tuesday
    Apr162013

    3 Things You Can Do When You Feel Like A Mess

    Things are back to normal in my household. 

    Last week was spring break for daughter.  So, we spent the week lounging + playing + hitting the town.

    In other words, I didn't get much work done.

    I was smart about preparing for a week with my mini-me.  I got as much done as I could ahead of time, planned the days we would head out for some fun, and of course I prepared to wake up a bit earlier and go to bed later at night.

    A little while ago, I would have been a mess---trying to keep up with deadlines for work, playtime with the kids, and all the other things that need my attention. But not this time.

    I've learned a few things over the years and the timing of this week's episode of Nakeia TV couldn't be better. I talk about what it's like to feel a mess + I share what you can do to pull yourself together.

    Check it out!

    You don't have to say it, because I already know. You can relate. You have felt like a mess--- a HOT MESS a few times. No worries. This video was for YOU.

    Now how are you going to apply my approach? How will you limit your messiness and put these strategies to work? Let me know in the comments section below.

     

    Until next Loves... 

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