The IGNITE Peak Performance Blog
If you’re here, you’re probably looking to make meaningful and lasting change in your life. As a professional coach who specializes in working with women and mothers, I can help you.
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“When it comes to making career decisions, we get a lot of messages about how our passion lives somewhere deep inside of us, and our task is to discover it. It’s easy to assume that you must know how to find your passion—perhaps saving lives as a doctor or teaching the next generation as an educator.”
“As your children grow up and leave the nest, it’s natural to feel a sense of sadness and loss. Your once bustling home is now quiet and empty, and it can be a difficult adjustment. But, it’s important to remember that this is a normal part of your mom journey and there are ways to cope with the sadness. Here are some of my top tips for dealing with empty nest sadness!”
“As a parent of a college student, you may feel overwhelmed and unsure of where to turn for support and resources as you navigate your child’s college years. One of the most important resources is the college itself. Many colleges have resources where you can find information about everything from financial aid to academic support services. Your child’s college may also offer workshops or seminars for parents on topics like college admissions, financial planning, and student health and wellness. The information they offer is great, but it is critical to remember that they are only sharing what they want you to know. What about the rest? What do you want to know?”
“Young adults frequently face decisions that can leave them feeling overwhelmed. There are so many firsts for young adults! From choosing a career path to navigating relationships, it can be difficult for them to know what steps to take in order to achieve their goals and live a fulfilling life. This is where life coaching for young adults can help!”
“As a mom, one of the biggest concerns you may have when your daughter moves into a dorm is her safety. For expert advice contact personal safety expert and/or consider self-defense training programs for your daughter. I am not a safety expert but, drawing on my over thirty years of working with college students, moms, and colleges as well as having daughters of my own – I am sharing what I have learned. Here are some safety tips for your daughter to keep in mind while living in a dorm.”
“A big concern for most moms is wondering how their college kid will budget – especially given their new found freedom! While I am not a financial advisor, I have talked with countless moms and college students over the years and I have learned a lot. In this blog I share some ideas from what I have learned. For more specific financial planning and education consult with a financial expert! Teaching your child about financial literacy, how to budget, and how to manage their money can set them up for financial success in the future.”
“If you’re feeling lost, stuck, or uncertain, you may be wondering: will life coaching help me? The short answer is yes, life coaching can be incredibly beneficial if you want support in reaching your goals and creating change in your life.”
“Is your child interested in going to college? If so, you might be asking yourself, “What steps should my child take to apply for financial aid and scholarships? It’s a super important thing to help them do. I am not a financial professional and cannot provide financial advice, but I can share what I have learned from working with college students and their parents for over thirty years! The first step? Educate yourself!”
“Life coaching involves helping individuals identify and achieve their goals in various areas of their lives, such as personal development, career growth, identity, and health and wellness. A life coach can provide you with support and accountability to help you to make positive changes and improvements in your life. Overall, life coaching can be great! But hiring a life coach can be overwhelming – there are so many different factors to consider. One important one is the life coach’s background, training, and certifications. So, what are life coaching credentials, anyway?”
“As a mom, it can be challenging to find time for yourself without feeling guilty. Our days are so often filled with taking care of our children, running errands, and fulfilling our other responsibilities that self-care is often the last thing on our minds. But it’s important to prioritize time for yourself in order to maintain your health and well-being. So, let’s look into making space for yourself.”