Giveaway – Vivid Living for Busy Moms

Vivid Living for Busy Moms gives you the tools you need to live your vivid and extraordinary life today – right in the midst of motherhood.  By providing practical and powerful coaching tools you can implement now, this book helps you define what is most important to you, personally and professionally. You will learn to access the innate truth and wisdom of your body and mind to live fully, passionately, and guilt-free.  Don’t just tolerate your life. Your vivid and extraordinary life is waiting!

Vivid Living for Busy Moms will guide you to…

• Say goodbye to mommy-guilt, stress, and feeling overwhelm.
• Trust yourself to make decisions with confidence and clarity.
• Uncover your true Life Purpose and Essences – who you are at your core.
• Create a balanced life that works for you and your family.
• Turn your fears and hesitations into powerful and passionate living.
• Thrive in extraordinary ways you once thought impossible.

Enter below for a chance to win one of five copies of Vivid Living for Busy Moms!

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About the Author:

Julie Zeff coaches working and busy moms to love themselves and their whole life as much as they love their kids! She has been coaching for over 12 years and believes that absolutely everyone can live a life they love. Julie is a life coach and yoga instructor and has found that bringing these two modalities together can help create unprecedented awareness, growth, strength, and change in people’s bodies and lives.

Julie’s professional mind-body journey began in 1998 when she worked as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Massage Therapist and persistently tried to find a way to combine the two.  It wasn’t until she found Life Coaching (CTI, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, CPCC ) and Forrest Yoga (teacher training) that there was a natural and passionate spark that transformed her life and career forever.

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Lisa April 12, 2013, 1:54 pm

I’ve lost myself in the guise of being a mom. Help me get her back!!

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Julie Zeff April 18, 2013, 9:30 pm

Oh Lisa, you are not alone. Becoming a mom is a new and not always comfortable identity for many of us. With time and some super accessible tools you can find your core and truth. You can uncover who you truly are today, as a mom and as a beautiful and dynamic woman…

Wanting to find yourself again is the first and most important step… Keep on your path, you will find YOU!! Peace and Love, Julie

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Anne April 13, 2013, 7:34 pm

I am lost being a mom! I lost my charm and I don’t take care if myself anymor! Plz help

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Julie Zeff April 18, 2013, 9:35 pm

Oh Anne, tell us about that charm that you feel like you’ve lost. Maybe tell us about a time when you felt it and lived it. I bet it is still there under the busy mom life you are leading… Sometimes just sharing about it, writing it down and reconnecting with a memory of a time when you were living it can help to ignite that spark and clarity of how to find it again, even for just a few moments. That is a start…

What other big or teeny step are you willing to take for yourself? It might just be 5 minutes of reading a magazine, book or even just going for a walk around the block and looking at the budding flowers and trees.

You can do it! Don’t give up… It is possible.
Peace and Love,
Julie

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Jerrilynn Atherton April 18, 2013, 10:11 am

I’m starting over after a nasty divorce. It has to get better!!

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Julie Zeff April 18, 2013, 9:37 pm

Oh Jerrilyn,
It can and will get better. Hang in there and keep breathing and tapping in to your truth, passions and core. My book has lots of tips and tools in it to help you do just that. You are rebuilding your life and identity in many ways. Do it from a place of authenticity, passion and clarity. The wisdom of your body/mind can help…
And, breathe… Breathing is like magic!
Peace and Love,
Julie

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miss lani April 25, 2013, 11:09 pm

Im vivid and colorful so i need an organizer that is too!

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Carey Hodge May 9, 2013, 1:43 am

I am a mother of two boys ages 4 and 3. I can’t seem to get it together and it all seems to be falling apart no matter what I do.

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