Stop “Doing.” Start Living!
Join us this month for our annual Women’s Health dinner meeting. We’re happy to have Melissa Heisler of It’s My Life present a program guaranteed to help you think differently about the stress of your busy life.
Life is full of responsibilities: obligations to our families, requirements of work, responsibilities of a caretaker, and a never-ending to-do list. All too often our desire to help others, our intense sense of responsibility, and the needs of those we care about take over our lives. We start losing time for ourselves, we begin to forget our personal desires and goals in life, and slowly we lose our joy, power, and even our identity.
The truth is millions of people are like you. The world sees them as competent and successful, yet they feel exhausted and perhaps empty inside. Trying to keep up with all of the work, stress, and struggle takes a toll. They can no longer sustain their busy lifestyle and are looking for a better way to do it all. Many people struggle with work-life balance as more and more of their time and effort is focused on their jobs. They are exhausted but feel guilty or scared to let go of any of their responsibilities.
That doesn’t have to be the case! There is a way you can fulfill your obligations and still have time for yourself. There is a way to maintain your sense of self while still being a caretaker. There is a way to receive what you desire without guilt or justification. There is a way to remain powerful, calm, and energized even in the face of incredible challenges.
When you arrive at tonight’s meeting, you’ll find a group of friendly women who want to know what you do, who you are, and how they can help you meet your most important goals.
We would love to have you join us this month!
5:30 – 7:30
Corner of Algonquin Rd (Rt 62) and Harrison St (one block east of Rt 31)
From the corner of Rt 62 and Rt 31, travel east on Rt 62 one short block to Harrison St.
Port Edward is on the northeast corner.