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Whether you are in the middle of a move or are grieving the loss of a relationship,
whether you have a husband deployed or a recent miscarriage,
whether you are facing cancer or a financial crisis, Finding Time: Crisis & Grief can show you have to nagivate through the storm by teaching you simple, stabilizing habits that will keep you from imploding.
By learning how to handle the wishes of other people and start / end the day well you can
No matter what has shattered you, you can find ways to keep going through the motions until things settle down.
"All of the above mentioned traumas are personal experiences that I have lived through. As we know, a broken heart begins to damage one's physical health and eventually did lead to my adrenals collapsing. In order to heal, for two full years I HAD to learn how to eliminate as much stress as possible, I had to accept help and take better care of myself. The principles in this course are some of the truths that got me through and I humbly offer them to you."
In less than 90 minutes this online course* will show you how to
*Note- these 6 classes are taken directly from the Finding Time to Hold Dearly course.
After surviving cancer as a child, Sarah became a life long student of productivity and intentional living. Later on, graduating with a degree in interior design from the London Guildhall University, she settled into a life of homeschooling her children, constantly testing new systems of organization and time management. Today, in addition to homeschooling, she teaches interior design and simplicity classes online at She Holds Dearly 30 hours a week and manages a small farm, all the while, renovating a 100+ year old farmhouse with her husband. She is passionate about teaching women the skills they need to make the most of their days, which in turn, makes the most of their lives.
feeling so out of control
drowning in anxiety and depression
wondering how to handle difficult people
believing that your situation is hopeless