The unconditional love the pours from my heart every time I see this little polar bear fluff is unbelievable. I’m officially obsessed and eternally grateful that the lifestyle I’ve designed for myself gives me moments like these. 💕

To all the moms out there… I absolutely get it! Taking care of baby Veda is the highlight of my day.

When I wake up it feels like Christmas! We cuddle and play all morning before I head into my office to work.

I’m soaking up as much puppy time as I can with her knowing it will fly by super fast. She’s grown a lot already in just one week!

Whether she’s tearing up toilet paper rolls, chewing my hair, or 💩ing in JP Sears‘ office 😂 We just laugh and think she’s ridiculously cute.

Lifestyle Design – Why It’s Important

As much as I love coaching soul-powered entrepreneurs, and leading retreats all over the world, I’ve made a lot more space in my schedule to enjoy more moments like these.

Because at the end of the day, what are we working for anyway? To experience deeply meaningful and fulfilling days overflowing with love and joy. That’s the importance of lifestyle design.

You feel me?!

Designing your lifestyle to support your personal + professional goals AND embody your core values is key!

Don’t know where to start?

Answer the following questions:

⚡️What are your core values? How do you want to feel every day? What do you need to do and be in order to maintain these core values and feel these things?

Example:

✨My Values – Love, Integrity, Transparency, Contribution, Vulnerability, Growth, Compassion & Freedom.

✨I choose to feel loving, playful, courageous, creative, and grateful every day.

✨I choose to dance, write, walk in nature, play with our fur babies, adventure with friends, spend quality time with my husband, and face my fears often. These actions help me feel these feelings and continue to achieve my goals daily.

Now it’s your turn!

Tell me how you want to feel every day. I’d love to hear from you!

 

Lots of Love!

Amber Sears
Epicself.com – Online Coaching, Retreats, & Trainings

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