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Are you constantly juggling work, family, home, and food? Start planning your days differently. Learn how to feel a little less overwhelm, a bit more flow, and make your everyday matter.

Women have the power to change the future, but not if we are stressed out and exhausted.

What would happen if you…
Took impeccable care of yourself and your family?
Learned how to parent in alignment with your beliefs?
Had time in your day for what matters most to you?
Ate food that left you feeling great?
… all while doing your great work.

What if you could have it all?
What if all you need is intention, good information, and a plan?
Hang around and we will give you doses of all three!

Why planning matters…

We were not meant to choose between our work and our family and our health.

Traditional school and work systems were not made with women in mind, so we need to learn new systems and tools to thrive.

Taking responsibility for our wellbeing is one of the most important skillsets we can pass on to our kids, and often we are too busy to do so.

The next right thing. Make BIG change possible, one doable change at a time with our simple tool that will help you make time for nurturing rituals.

How can PlanSimple help you?

We help you imagine what is possible and show you how your dreams and desires fit with your work, family and food.

We teach you a planning system that is actually made for women. The one that starts January 1, and assumes a day in February is the same as a day in July, is not taking into account our hormones or our kids’ schedules.

We support you as you practice this new way of showing up to your best life. Think about books you’ve read on with great advice, courses you’ve bought but never taken, doctors who have given you great info — all the things you want to do but never have time for.

Hi! I’m Mia Moran. My wellness adventure became a full-blown ride about 10 years ago when I understood the power food could have on my health, my family connection, and my productivity. That experience led me to become a student of life. I have studied mindfulness, yoga, entrepreneurship, parenting, mindset, speaking, relationships, writing, to name a few.

I experienced two unforseen gifts from this journey. First, the practice of finding ease, despite balancing what looks like a full plate of work, home and motherhood. Second, the gift of goal setting.

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