Why I got a Lifecoach

17855447_10211917281024905_299584997379012673_oHaving a life coach is probably one of the greatest investments I’ve made recently.  My main reason was to get my priorities and identity straight.  My identity consists of spending time with Jesus, being an artist, art educator, wife, mom, nanny to my niece twice a week, being responsible for the health and life of  human beings, the family budgeter, cooking, cleaning, staying fit, eating healthy, and looking somewhat put together while juggling all of these things.   I’ve got A LOT going on and time management, prioritizing and organization are not my areas of strength (I’m an artist).  I also feel like I’m fighting an internal battle at times with who I am and who I want to be.  It’s freakin hard to be all of these things at times.

If this sounds like you and you are dealing with an internal battle and feeling like the struggle is super real, a life coach might be what you are needing to get some peace of mind and some grounding in your life.  My life coach is Sarah Siders.  Her goal is to help you prioritize, get your life organized, work on your identity, take risks, live out your dreams, and come alive.  If you aren’t sure you want to commit to a life coach, she is giving free consultations right now.  Check her out!!

I’ve been working with her for the past three months and in that time, I have pinpointed my ideal clients, got a legit website up for Jazzmin Earl Photography, figured out my photography style, figured out what my priorities are and how to keep life flowing in a somewhat nice cadence.  I’m not struggling as bad and am actually feeling accomplished and confident in many different areas of my identity.

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