reduce stress, anxiety, uncertainty

Shifting the way you think and show up in the now can help you make it through moments that are filled with stress, anxiety, and uncertainty.

They are a part of life and can be short-lived if you’re willing to dig and get back on track to be in your life not outside of it.

The challenge however is that those feelings can come back (and often will time and again) and become overwhelming and even interfere with living the life you want.

I am a firm believer that it’s time to stop giving in to the stress, anxiety, and uncertainty and take control of what you can.

And this course can help!

The course is organized into four modules. In the first two, we deal with how to change your mindset to focus on the now, addressing the two major barriers to overcome stress: living outside the present time and thinking too much. Then we can deal with the stress and in the final module, we’ll see how healthy positive habits will help you stay on track from now on. In addition, you will receive weekly emails (for a year) to help you shift your mindset.

If you’re ready to kick stress, anxiety, and uncertainty to the curb and start living a more fulfilled life, this course is designed for you.

Enroll today so that you can learn to live in the now and understand why that’s a key to a full life! 

Some of the topics I cover:

  • What it means to ‘live in the now’ and why you should do it.
  • 21 ways to start living in the now.
  • How to become more mindful.
  • How overthinking can produce positive results
  • 28 ways to embrace overthinking
  • How stress and anxiety affect the mind, body, and spirit
  • Techniques for reducing stress and anxiety.
  • Habits to practice daily for less stress.
  • Habits to adopt that will help you connect with the present moment.
  • Weekly emails for a year to help you shift your mindset

If you are ready to reduce your stress and anxiety while learning to live in the moment, sign up for this course now.

Hi, I am Petra.

Introverted Rebel | Author | Artist | Teacher + Mentor | Doer of Things and a mom to 3 boys – one with some extra needs that have forever changed my life.

Until November 18th, 2008 I was not only a people pleaser but also an overthinker that left me stressed and frustrated about all things of living – from being able to pay the bills, being here for my partner, and being the best mom that I could be.

Up until that date I had allowed my past to dictate how I would show up every single day – and as a former foster kid who struggled with abandonment as well as trying to fit in, it made living life the second biggest challenge in my world.

While part of me believed the life I wanted was possible there was still a part of me that also doubted everything along the way.

So what is so important about that date?

That is the day my son had his first (of three) liver transplants. It is the date of when my journey into emotional rock bottom began – everything I thought I knew changed. It was through my son’s fight for his life that I learned how to never have another case of the Mondays again and it was through him I learned to be in the moment.

And while there are still days I get stressed and even feel anxiety, they are far less than what they used to be because I know what it means to live in times of uncertainty and still keep moving forward no matter what.

It wasn’t easy studying for my graduate exams while my son was being poked and prodded and wondered if he would ever have a chance at a normal life (he’s doing amazing). It wasn’t easy juggling the demands of parenthood within the realm of a blended family, wondering if we all would come out well on the other side and my relationship intact.

You can hang on to the stories, the worries, and the overthinking or you can decide at this moment that you are going to take charge even if you don’t know what the future holds.

Being fully in the moment and in every moment is the great gift I have given myself – and even if I fall off track, I have the tools + resources to get back into the swing of things.

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