How To Touch on Touchy Subjects with Your Kids

How To Touch on Touchy Subjects with Your Kids

School is starting again! All across the country moms are leaping for joy (after they lovingly usher their cherubs out the door, of course). With all your preparation for the new beginning, have you also prepared for the changes the new school year will inevitably dump in your lap?

Trust me, the touchy subjects are right around the corner. Now is the time to get ready—before the touchy subjects rear their ugly heads.

A Broaching Approach

I’ve broken down how to broach a touchy subject into 7 steps that every mom can follow.

Step 1. Once you know what you want to discuss, plan a time for a specific activity for just you and one daughter (make something together, polish your toenails, wash the car, etc.), something that puts you side-by-side (an on-the-same-side stance), instead of facing each other (confronting stance).

Step 2. While you are casually occupied (and building a fond memory), bring up ONLY ONE touchy subject, like:

∗ New Consequences for Household Rules

∗ Curfew

∗ Chores

∗ Screen Time

∗ Dating

∗ (Take your pick!)

Step 3. Broach the discussion in an indirect, theoretical manner. 

∗ “How does your best friend handle the situation emotionally?”

∗ “How do you think that behavior will benefit your friend when she’s 20 years old?”

∗ “What do you think her 30 year old self would say about the situation?”

∗ “What do you think is a healthy way to handle this?”

Now What?

Step 4. Listen to the answers. Listening will give you insight to your ever-changing child. Don’t judge. Do not contradict the opinions you are asking for. They are her opinions and she’s entitled to them. 

Step 5. When she’s done sharing, it’s your turn. Share what it was like for your friends or siblings back when they were kids. Recount a funny related memory, or describe the plot of a show that deals with this particular touchy subject.

Step 6. Invite her reaction to your conversation.

∗ “What would you have done differently?”

∗ “What was a good thing that came out of it?”

∗ “How would your friend have handled it?”

Step 7. Introduce the new rule/consequence/curfew/chore, and explain how things are going to play out going forward. 

Dealing With an Upset Daughter

If she gets upset with the new rule/consequence/curfew/chore, or wants to contest the new rule/consequence/curfew/chore, invite her to research evidence that supports her view, and bring it to you tomorrow. You will do the same. 

Then set aside time for another casual activity for just the two of you to do while you discuss the topic further. However, you always reserve the right, as the adult in the room, to make the final call. I wouldn’t worry about that, though. If you come armed with your research, your darling won’t be able to argue with your decision.

Preparation Will Ensure Success

Once you determine your topic for discussion, do your homework. Research evidence that supports your view.

Pick an activity for the two of you to do during your discussion, plus a second one, just in case there’s a follow-up. Once you’ve selected the relevant show/story you want to share, you’re ready (even if you feel a little shaky about it).

Now, go for it!


Deborah Ann Davis (B.S. in Science Education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer Certified) is a parenting strategist and coach. She is dedicated to supporting awesome moms like you. Her mission is to help mothers identify what they’re already doing right, and then supplement the areas that may need a boost. She uses all of her expertise as an award-winning author, coach, educator, and speaker to bolster your individual situation. 


Have questions? Contact Deborah today.
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Moms, Do You Need Some Time Off? 

  

When Was The Last Time You Had A Day Off, Moms? 

Mothers often feel they have to be “on the job” all the time. Unlike a normal job, there are no sick days and no weekends off. Mothers often don’t even take breaks when the rest of their family does. After all, someone has to plan the family vacation and make sure everything runs smoothly, right? Between planning for special occasions and keeping up with the daily schedules of your family, when do you get time off? Do you allow yourself any Me Time, or do feel too guilty to take any time off? 

Your Me Time Is A Necessity, Mama

Moms, it’s time you realize that Me Time isn’t a luxury that you can do without. Taking time for yourself is a necessity. Hi, I’m Deborah Ann Davis and I’m eager to give moms like you a chance to take their much-needed Me Time. Armed with my B.S. in education, my M.Ed. in Supervision, and my certification as a W.I.T.S as a Personal Trainer, I’ve helped many moms on their parenting journey. Now I’d like to help you too! 

Mother’s Day Is Coming Up Soon 

That’s right! I’m inviting Awesome Moms like yourself to join me for Mother’s Day – though not Mother’s Day as you may have come to know it. This Mother’s Day is a live, virtual all-day interactive retreat – for moms, about moms, and by moms! 

If you find you can’t take Me Time without feeling guilty about it, it’s time to transform your perspective. You can learn to be happier in your parenting, to be happier at home, and to be happier inside. Don’t feel guilty over reclaiming a bit of your life. Remember that by taking care of yourself you will be enabling yourself to better take care of your family. 

Join Me For My Upcoming Mother’s Day Event 

During this Mother’s Day Event, we’ll be addressing all of the following: 

∗ How to attack Mommy Guilt 

∗ Busting common Parenting Myths 

∗ Disarming your Inner-Critic 

∗ Evaluate your Self-Awareness ∗ and more!

Take the next step on your journey as a mom and connect with other moms like yourself. Sign up for the upcoming Mother’s Day event! I look forward to seeing you and helping you reclaim a bit of your life. 

Enhance Your Happiness! Get Expert Parent Coaching 

I’m Deborah Ann Davis, and I’m dedicated to helping awesome moms like you. My mission is to guide moms like you, by identifying what you’re already doing right, and supporting the areas that may be a little weak. As a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker (along with my B.S. in education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer certification), I use all of my expertise to bolster your situation.

 

Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you wait to seek the parenting help you need only prolongs the isolation your child feels when disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out.  

Have questions? Contact me today. Don’t forget to book your Free 30 Minute Chat.

Moms Need Guilt-Free “Me Time” 

Moms, Do You Know How To Take “Me Time” Without Feeling Guilty? 

Being a mom is perhaps the busiest job you can have. As a mom, you’re always on standby – always ready to step in and step up, always ready when you’re needed. After all, you have to be. While a job in any career might come with guaranteed time off – weekends, sick days, vacation days – motherhood doesn’t. When are moms supposed to have “me time,” then? And how can moms take the time off they need without feeling guilty about it? 

You’re An Awesome Mom – You Deserve Me Time! 

Hi, Awesome Moms. I’m Deborah Ann Davis and I’m here to help you realize how awesome you are. I know how hard it is for moms to see how awesome they are. After all, not only am I a mother myself – I’m also a parent coach and an award-winning author with my B.S. in education, my M.Ed. in Supervision, and my certification as a W.I.T.S as a Personal Trainer. Over the years, I’ve helped many moms just like you – and now I can help you too! 

Mother’s Day Events Are Coming Up! 

That’s right, moms – Mother’s Day doesn’t come just once a year anymore. For many mothers, Mother’s Day is the one day a year they get some time off from their job as a mom. Otherwise, they’re busy taking care of their families no matter if they’re feeling well, if they need time off, or even if the whole family is supposed to be on break.  

To encourage Awesome Moms like you to take some time for themselves, I’ve arranged one-day interactive retreats where you can join other moms who want to become proactive in their lives. It’s okay to need Me Time! In fact, having Me Time is a necessity, not a luxury. You need to give yourself time to recharge and rejuvenate so you can continue being the Awesome Mom you are. 

Keep An Eye Out For More Mother’s Day Events 

Our Mother’s Day in August Event will start soon, but I have more Mother’s Day Events planned! If you’re interested in joining me for a Mother’s Day event so you can learn how to claim your Me Time without the guilt, be sure to keep an eye on my events page

I look forward to seeing you Awesome Moms during these upcoming Mother’s Day events. 

Enhance Your Happiness! Get Expert Parent Coaching 

I’m Deborah Ann Davis, and I’m dedicated to helping awesome moms like you. My mission is to guide moms like you, by identifying what you’re already doing right, and supporting the areas that may be a little weak. As a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker (along with my B.S. in education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer certification), I use all of my expertise to bolster your situation. 

Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you wait to seek the parenting help you need only prolongs the isolation your child feels when disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out.  

Have questions? Contact me today. Don’t forget to book your Free 30 Minute Chat.

Unsolicited Advice for Moms of Freshmen

Don’t you just love freshmen?

They’re one of my favorite groups of students- a marvelous blend of big kid psyche and little kid sass, of sophistication and naiveté, of brilliance and idiocy. I taught them science for years, watching them morph from September until June. I can say, without a doubt, no one changes as drastically, and in such a relatively short period of time, as high school freshmen.

Moms, here is my unsolicited advice if you have freshmen starting high school. (Freshmen, listen up!)

Keep a tight rein on your freshmen!

Mom, your kid may look more mature and responsible than ever—and she or he could very well be more mature and responsible—but the beginning of the school year is not the time to extend latitude.

Think of it this way…

EVERYTHING will be new!

New building.

New schedule.

New  peers.

New  protocols.

New  classrooms.

New  locker.

New  principal.

New  teachers.

New coaches.

New  clubs.

New  library

And now, you’re going to add New freedom on top of all that crazy adjusting that has to take place?

I don’t think so.

EVERYBODY, including the custodians, will be older than the freshmen. That alone can be a shock to your system. (Especially after ruling the school during their eighth grade year.)

Having familiar parameters for them creates a safe, predictable island in their tumultuous life where they won’t get blindsided. Familiar boundaries let freshmen know what they are supposed to do, and when they are supposed to do it.

While school may be mad new, home expectations will be comfortably unsurprising.

Wait Until the First Successful Report Card

You can loose the reins after the first successful report card. At that point, most freshmen will understand the building, their teachers, the library, their schedule, their locker (maybe not the locker), their peers (umm… and maybe not their peers), etc.

At that point, new freedoms can be more readily assimilated into the freshman lifestyle—now that the new school isn’t so new anymore, and high school life feels more manageable. As your freshmen become more savvy, and can juggle time for group projects and long-term assignments with ease (despite navigating that new crush, and negotiating that mean kid), a satisfactory report card is proof he or she is better prepared to make appropriate independent decisions.

If You Don’t Wait

Suppose you decide to reward your stellar students with later curfews and looser boundaries. Supposed your dynamic daughter starts to flounder. Suppose your super son starts losing sleep. Now what?

Once you tamp down on that rising Mom Anxiety, you’ll assess the unexpected report card and decide to rein your kids in. However, it’s a little like closing the barn door after the horse gets out.

Your kids won’t welcome the return of the old rules and curfews. It will feel like punishment to them. Or worse, they might feel like you don’t have faith in them anymore. They’ll worry that they’ve let you down, and will feel ashamed (something we never want to have happen!).

And, what about you? In the face of their blowback, might you feel more Mom Guilt added to the Mom Guilt you already lug around? Probably. Might you feel like you let down your kids? I hope not!

I can’t tell you how often I saw this scenario unfold when I was teaching high school… for all the grades, although it was always worse for freshmen. Low grades on the first 9th grade report card dashed that beautiful hope they had at the start of school. You know, the one where they believed they could handle high school, and that this year would be better than last year.

You can circumvent all that drama, shame and guilt by adopting a conservative approach to high school before the year begins.

Enjoy the fresh start of the new school year!

Right now, the possibilities are endless!

For more tips for the upcoming school year, check out my course on rocking Back-to-School.

Who Has Had Mommy Guilt? (Besides Me?)

Do you experience Mommy Guilt? It’s so prevalent, I’d be surprised if you didn’t. Mine started when I discovered I was pregnant. I felt so guilty about not being 100% excited, even when my daughter was born. I was too scared about screwing up the life of a tiny helpless person wholly dependent upon me.

The Magical Mommy Moment

My first thought when the doctor lifted her over the sheets for me to see was, “Don’t let her drip on my glasses.” That wasn’t maternal at all! (More Mommy Guilt)

Plus, my body had failed me by requiring a C-section, which seemed like an obvious sign that I was on the wrong path. I was sure our relationship was permanently dented because I couldn’t bond with her immediately while they stitched me up. (Some more Mommy Guilt)

Then, I had to listen to her cry as they cleaned her up, dreading the moment they’d hand her to me. And what about when they’d eventually take her away? What if she looked like all the other babies, and I couldn’t recognize her? (Even more Mommy Guilt!)

Oh, I Was a Hot Mess!

In the middle of all that secret trauma and guilt, I noticed them carrying her towards me. I was too ashamed to say aloud, “Give her to her daddy,” who was clicking away with his camera. I knew it was my duty to take her.

They laid her on my chest, all red and squalling. I wanted to join in, but instinctively I spoke to her like she was scared kitten.

Did she stop crying and look me right in the eye? You bet she did! I didn’t even know newborn babies did that.

As our gazes locked, the rest of the world slipped away. I no longer noticed the doctors and their golf stories, or my husband and his camera. It was just me… and her.

So, I took advantage of that magical moment, and apologized for all the things I was going to do wrong in her life. Baby Davis (we didn’t even have a name for her yet) didn’t seem to mind, and promptly fell asleep.

That’s When I Became a Mom

That’s when I became a mom. I didn’t suddenly feel competent or capable of handling motherhood (even though I had had months to prepare for it). I didn’t know how to turn this little bundle into a happy, functioning adult, but despite all that Mommy Guilt churning inside me, I knew I was going to find a way, or die trying. (Spoiler Alert: We’re both still here, thriving and loving.)

Since then, not only have I learned to tame my Mommy Guilt, but also, now I teach other moms how to do the same. If you’d like to kick your Mommy Guilt to the curb, join me, and the other moms who are reclaiming their lives, at one of my Mothers Days live interactive virtual events. If you follow my system, spending one day with me will change your life!

Don’t Miss Upcoming Mothers Day Events 

Moms, Get Ready For A Full Day Designed Just For You! 

Moms, are you ready to claim some guilt-free Me Time? Are you ready to take that oh-so-important time off for yourself so you can come back to your family, rejuvenated and re-energized? If so, then my upcoming Mothers Day event is perfect for you! 

But wait – hasn’t Mother’s Day already passed? After all, Mothers Day is in May, and it’s August now.
I say, so what? If Mother’s Day is actually a “Mom’s Day Off,” why should Mother’s Day come just once a year? Who said moms deserve only one day off a year?

There’s Still Time To Sign Up For Mothers Day In August! 

Hi, I’m Deborah Ann Davis – parent expert and award-winning author. I’m eager to lend moms like you the support they need to realize that they don’t need to be perfect. After all – you’re already better than perfect. You’re an Awesome Mom.
For years, I’ve used my B.S. in education, my M.Ed. in Supervision, and my certification as a W.I.T.S as a Personal Trainer to the benefit of moms like you. Now, I’m offering mothers a chance for more than one day off a year with my Mothers Day Events! 

Mothers Day Is A Day For Moms, By Moms, And About Moms 

You still have time to sign up for Mothers Day in August. This full-day online celebration is completely dedicated to moms and their journey. Moms have it tough. Motherhood, more than any typical job, is a full-time job! After all, as a mom you don’t get weekends off, you don’t get sick days, and you don’t get vacation time built into your schedule. You’re expected to do it all, regardless of how you feel and regardless of if the rest of your family is on break. It’s on mom to make sure everything continues to run smoothly and that everyone is enjoying themselves. 

It shouldn’t be that way all the time, though. Moms should be able to take Me Time without feeling guilty about it. my Mothers Day in August event is an opportunity for moms to do just that. Take your Me Time while connecting with other moms! 

Mothers Day in August takes place on August 20th. This event includes 2 Morning sessions and 2 Afternoon sessions with built-in breaks.
You don’t want to miss your chance to sign up! For a limited time, you have the chance to sign up with our Early Bird pricing – so act fast! 

Enhance Your Happiness! Get Expert Parent Coaching 

I’m Deborah Ann Davis, and I’m dedicated to helping awesome mamas like you. My mission is to guide moms like you, by identifying what you’re already doing right, and supporting the areas that may be a little weak. As a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker (along with my B.S. in education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer certification), I use all of my expertise to bolster your situation. 

Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you wait to seek the parenting help you need only prolongs the isolation your child feels when disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out.  

Have questions? Contact me today. Don’t forget to book your Free 30 Minute Chat.

Mothers, Take A Day Off For Yourself 

Resiliency Training

When Was The Last Time You Had A Day Off, Moms? 

Mothers often feel that they can’t take time for themselves – sometimes even to the point of neglecting their own needs. If you feel a sense of guilt any time you consider taking some much-needed “me time” as a mom, know that you’re not alone and that you don’t have to feel guilty. When, after all, was your last day off? How many other jobs expect someone to continue working with no breaks? Why should moms forego a break when breaks are necessary to recharge, recover, and rejuvenate? 

You Are An Awesome Mom 

Hi, you Awesome Moms! I’m Deborah Ann Davis – and I’m here to remind you that you don’t need to strive for impossible perfection because you are better than perfect. You’re an Awesome Mom. I work as a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker to help moms like you remember how awesome they are. I utilize my B.S. in education, my M.Ed. in Supervision, and my certification as a W.I.T.S as a Personal Trainer to make sure moms don’t remain isolated and take time to take care of themselves. 

Mothers’ Days In August Will Begin Soon 

What are Mothers’ Days in August, you ask? Doesn’t Mother’s Day typically come in May? 

Since Awesome Moms so rarely take time for themselves and Mother’s Day is typically the one day reserved for moms to take off, I’ve decided to arrange for more Mothers’ Days in the year. I encourage you to join me and other moms like yourself for Mothers’ Days in August! I will be leading full-day interactive workshops both in person and virtually. Don’t miss out! 

Learn To Put Yourself First 

These workshops are by moms, for moms, and about moms. Mothers, it is time you learn to put yourself first. Taking care of yourself is a necessity, not a luxury. Putting yourself first doesn’t mean neglecting your family – it means making sure you are at your best! By taking care of yourself first, you can be sure you’re giving your family the high-quality mom care they deserve. 

Connect With Other Moms 

Motherhood can be isolating. You’re so busy taking care of your family that you don’t have time to connect with other mothers. You can’t see that the things you struggle with are things many mothers struggle with, so you assume you’re not doing something right. Through Mothers’ Days in August, you can connect with other moms like you! No longer must you remain isolated in your motherhood. 

Reserve your spot soon! Mothers’ Days in August are just around the corner! 

Enhance Your Happiness! Get Expert Parent Coaching 

I’m Deborah Ann Davis, and I’m dedicated to helping awesome moms like you. My mission is to guide moms like you, by identifying what you’re already doing right, and supporting the areas that may be a little weak. As a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker (along with my B.S. in education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer certification), I use all of my expertise to bolster your situation. 

Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you wait to seek the parenting help you need only prolongs the isolation your child feels when disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out.  

Have questions? Contact me today. Don’t forget to book your Free 30 Minute Chat.

Mothers Days Workshops Coming Soon

Moms, It’s Okay To Prioritize Your Needs 

Mothers, how often do you prioritize your needs? Do you take time to specifically take care of yourself, or do you make sure all your family’s needs are taken care of first? In the hustle and bustle of keeping your household running, do you put your needs last, or even neglect them entirely? 

It’s time for Awesome Moms learn to put themselves first. Hi, my name is Deborah Ann Davis. For years, I’ve worked as a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker – all with the goal of helping moms like you. With my B.S. in education, my M.Ed. in Supervision, my certification as a W.I.T.S as a Personal Trainer, and tons of personal experience, I give moms the support they need to realize they’re not alone. 

Motherhood Can Be Isolating 

How often do you feel as though you are the only mom who struggles with motherhood? Do you look at other moms around you can feel like they have it all together? Do you feel as though you’re struggling to keep up with an impossible ideal? 

Unfortunately, it’s all too common for mothers to feel this way. Those other mothers around you likely are struggling in ways you don’t realize. It’s important for moms to remember they don’t have to be perfect. In fact, you’re already better than perfect – you’re an Awesome Mom. You’re a mom who tries your absolute best for your family. Even if you make a mistake, you try, try, try again.  

Connect With Other Moms During Mothers Days In August 

What better way to realize you aren’t as alone and isolated as you think than to connect with other mothers? I’m giving Awesome Moms like you an opportunity to connect with one another through a series of Mothers Days, the first one being in August. 

Typically, “Mother’s Day” is the only day mothers are most likely to have the whole day off. It’s time that Mother’s Day comes more than once a year! How about Mothers Days in August, October, November and December?

Your wish is my command! I’ll be holding 4 full-day interactive workshops that are by moms, for moms, and about moms. Some workshops will be in person and some will even be held virtually. You won’t want to miss out on this opportunity! 

Come on, Awesome Moms! Take a few days off for yourself. Use these Mothers Days as a chance to rejuvenate and recharge. After, you’ll go back to your family feeling more charged up to do your job as a mother. Reserve your spot today! 

“Enhance Your Happiness! Get Expert Parent Coaching Today!” 


Have questions? Contact Deborah today.

About the Author

Deborah Ann Davis (B.S. in Science Education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer Certified) is a parenting coach and strategist.

Whether you’re looking to bring more positivity into your life, or you’re ready to seek the advice of a Parenting Coach, she’s eager to help you put happiness back into parenting.

Deborah has helped hundreds of families over the years, using her experience as an educator and a mother. She has decades of experience dealing with teenagers – as a mother and an educator.


Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you delay prolongs the isolation your child feels while disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out, so why not skip the “trial and error” parenting route? 


Don’t forget to book your Free 30 Minute Chat.


Moms Need A Day Off 

Motherhood Is The Most Time-Consuming Job Of All Time 

Mothers, how much of your day is consumed with taking care of your family? How often do you take a full day, or even a few hours, off for yourself? Do you avoid taking time off because you feel like you always have to be dialed into your family’s needs? 

Hi, I’m Deborah Ann Davis. As a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker, I’ve worked closely with mothers like yourself to help them realize they don’t always have to be “on the job” as mothers. Taking time off is a necessity, not a luxury. I use the knowledge and experience that have come from earning my B.S. in education, my M.Ed. in Supervision, and my certification as a W.I.T.S as a Personal Trainer to help Awesome Moms recognize just how awesome they are. 

Why Shouldn’t You Take A Day Off As A Mother? 

Think about it. What job doesn’t come with time off purposefully built into the schedule? Even if you have a full-time career, you can usually expect to have not only a couple of days off on the weekend but also vacation time when you need a break and sick days when you need to take care of your health. 

Mothers, however, don’t get vacation days from their jobs as mothers. They don’t get sick days, either. If you’re on vacation with your family, you likely spent weeks preparing so your family could have fun. While they relax, you stay dialed in to make sure everyone is having a good time. When you’re sick, you likely feel the need to push through and continue your regular job as a mom no matter how you feel. 

Remember Why Time off Is Important 

Why does every job build off time into their schedules? Because off time is necessary. Those breaks are what allow you to rejuvenate, recover, and recharge. Why would you deny yourself breaks as a mother, then? Don’t you need to rejuvenate, recover, and recharge? Don’t you deserve to take care of yourself? Additionally, doesn’t your family deserve a rejuvenated and recharged you? 

Mothers’ Days In August 

To help you Awesome Moms get the break you need, I’ve arranged for Mothers’ Days in August. Typically, Mother’s Day is the one day a year moms get off. I’m providing mothers an opportunity to get more than one break a year. When you reserve your spot for Mothers’ Days in August, you’ll get access to full-day interactive workshops. Connect with other moms and remind yourself you aren’t alone in your struggles. These days are by moms, for moms, and about moms – don’t miss out! Reserve your spot now! 

Enhance Your Happiness! Get Expert Parent Coaching 

I’m Deborah Ann Davis, and I’m dedicated to helping awesome moms like you. My mission is to guide moms like you, by identifying what you’re already doing right, and supporting the areas that may be a little weak. As a personal coach, author, educator, and speaker (along with my B.S. in education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer certification), I use all of my expertise to bolster your situation. 

Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you wait to seek the parenting help you need only prolongs the isolation your child feels when disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out.  

Have questions? Contact me today. Don’t forget to book your free Clarity Consult