Today is a good day because I get to introduce you all to my life-coach.
Yep. I have one of those. Never thought I would, but I do. And can I just tell you, SHE ROCKS. For real. I’m a believer in life-coaches now, where before I was all, “Seriously, who gets a life-coach? What kind of new age junk is that?” I was, might you say, skeptical?
But THEN I realized that I was crazy and unorganized and had a so many ideas and no place for them to land and I love run-on sentences and…
So I did the normal thing.
I tweeted that I wanted a life-coach. ‘Cause that’s totally normal, right?
Friends, meet the lovely, wonderful, kind, helpful, Carey Bailey…
Oh friends, I just LOVE HER.
She has been so helpful to me, like, life-changing helpful. She pointed out some hard truths about some of my choices, and it flipped me good.
All of this to say that I asked her if she would offer one of my readers four weeks of her life-coach services for free to celebrate the launch of The UnWired Mom, and SHE SAID YES.
Because I figure, if you’re using the Internet as an escape, or you just get sucked into being online too long, or you’re not engaging and enjoying your real life, maybe some life-coaching would do ya good.
There are other reasons to consider talking with a life-coach. According to Carey…
Life coaching can…
- help you discover what brings you joy.
- help you make choices about how you spend your time based on your core values. (THIS THIS THIS. Um, THIS <—–Sarah Mae’s note)
- help you create realistic priorities so your day doesn’t feel overwhelming. (Oh yea, this too!)
- help you assess your current life satisfaction and strategize with you on how to live a whole life. (Oh, so this as well!)
If you don’t win this giveaway, you should just hire her. If you can. But try. She’s offering a 20% discount code for all life coaching packages. Just use code: UNWIRED. It will be active till 8/1/2013. WOOT! Go here, email her.
Onto the giveaway!
Just fill out the form below! Good “luck”!
P.S. Life-coaching is not therapy. Although it is for me. But it’s really not, so this is the disclaimer, k?
P.P.S. The UnWired Mom hit #1 in three categories on Amazon, so THANK YOU!!!