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Leave Room For Spirit With Julie Hannon
Leave Room for Spirit with Julie Hannon

Leave Room for Spirit with Julie Hannon

How do you manifest your life? How do you show up for the sacred? These are some of the questions Julie Hannon addresses in her work. Julie is a shamanic healing arts practitioner, and both a member and teacher in FLOW365. She works with clients one-on-one, teachers people to live a shamanic life, and she mentors other people doing healing arts. Julie talks about what work-life balance looks like when…

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Being Not Doing With Roxanne Lowery Plan Simple Podcast
Being Not Doing with Roxanne Lowery

Being Not Doing with Roxanne Lowery

You can change your state in a moment. Curious? Check out this conversation with Roxanne Lowery, a therapeutic sound practitioner, who has a quick practice you can use anywhere to change your state. Roxanne has been navigating becoming an entrepreneur and caretaking for her parents. She’s part of the wisdom that comes from the most amazing women in FLOW365. Roxanne explains that sound has the ability proven by science to…

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Workshop: Fulfilled Mom Mia Moran Plan Simple Podcast
Workshop: Fulfilled Mom

Workshop: Fulfilled Mom

This is part of a series of workshops where we are unpacking how the FLOW Planning Method can be used to create magic in specific areas of life. In this case, we are looking at motherhood. If you want to go deeper and be supported in doing this work, join us for Easeful Motherhood. We start September 22. In a world where being busy has become a badge of honor…

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Heather Maguire Plan Simple Podcast Mia Moran
Using Your Intuition in Business and Life with Heather Maguire

Using Your Intuition in Business and Life with Heather Maguire

Do you trust your intuition and let it guide you? One audience that we serve really well in FLOW365 is intuitive spiritual entrepreneurs. Today I’m talking with Heather Maguire, FLOW365 member and founder of Unconventional Intuitive. She guides people in business and in relationships to be in touch with their intuition. When utilizing the FLOW Planning method, we always start by tapping into the intuition. So I was so excited…

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5 Steps To Balance In A Busy Season Mia Moran
SPECIAL WORKSHOP: Thrive this fall

SPECIAL WORKSHOP: Thrive this fall

The FLOW planning process is a great tool to use in transitions. The transition from summer to fall can be one that we avoid thinking about if we are someone who loves the summer vibe, and yet here we are at the beginning of school. The transition from summer to fall can be something we get swept up in, if we love fall, and all the sudden we find ourselves…

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Melissa Griffiths Plan Simple Podcast Mia Moran
Bless this Mess with Melissa Griffiths

Bless this Mess with Melissa Griffiths

Don’t like planning because you want to go with your intuitive or creative flow? I get that, but having a plan actually gives you more freedom. We talk about meal planning, content planning, and getting it all done with Melissa Griffiths, a food blogger and photographer and mom to five kids. Whether you need a meal plan or a business plan, we’ve got something for you in this episode. Melissa…

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Dr. Ambroes Pass-Turner Plan Simple Podcast Mia Moran
Help Your Kids Regulate Their Emotions with Dr. Ambroes Pass-Turner

Help Your Kids Regulate Their Emotions with Dr. Ambroes Pass-Turner

Do you ever dismiss or minimize what your kid is feeling? Do you ever feel like their emotions are out of control?  I’m really excited to talk with Dr. Ambroes Pass-Turner, doctor of counseling psychology and author of Rex's Journey: Helping Children Understand and Cope with Emotions, about emotional intelligence and helping kids regulate emotions.  So often we go into “fix it” mode when our kids have big emotions. We…

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Katie And Steve Keene Plan Simple Podcast Mia Moran
Collaborative Parenting with Katie and Steve Keene

Collaborative Parenting with Katie and Steve Keene

Wouldn’t you love a peaceful home and respectful children? It can feel nearly impossible for parents, that’s why I’m talking with Katie and Steve Keene about home economy and collaborative parenting. Collaborative parenting involves collaborating with each other, and their kids. Mom and dad are still in charge, but the kids wants and interests and opinions are heard. They set up a family government with clearly defined rules, expectations, and…

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Plan Simple Podcast Mia Moran Fabienne Fredrickson
Get Your Life Back with Fabienne Fredrickson

Get Your Life Back with Fabienne Fredrickson

What if you could have it all? What if you had a life filled with all the “things” you love? Fabienne Fredrickson is truly happy with her life, her work, herself. She’s created multiple seven figure businesses, written multiple books, takes 14–16 weeks of unplugged vacation each year, doesn’t work evenings or weekends, has a happy marriage, and lovingly mothers three kids. You’re probably saying that’s nice, but “I can’t.”…

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Plan Simple Podcast Mia Moran Jenny Warner
Lay the Groundwork for Summer with Jenny Warner

Lay the Groundwork for Summer with Jenny Warner

Are you ready for summer? Did you think about values and boundaries when planning your summer? I’m talking with Jenny Warner, a parent coach who delights in helping parents learn how to make parenting fun and how to let their kids figure out who they are. She’s a mompreneur with a twelve-year-old, a busy husband, two dogs, an active healthy lifestyle and a fabulous spiritual practice. In other words, she’s…

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Plan Simple Podcast Relaunch Mia Moran
Find Ease Part 3: Balance Work, Wellness and Family

Find Ease Part 3: Balance Work, Wellness and Family

You can have it all — work, motherhood and wellness — and feel balance. We were just never taught how. It starts with the history of the planner. A guy named Robet, Robert Aitken, published the first daily planner in the North American colonies in 1773. This was the first time that people (men at the time) thought into the future, rather than making life based on what the almanac…

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