Robin's Blog

The LightHer Way to Wellness

Welcome to my blog! I am a certified life coach with a passion for empowering women to rise above perfectionism, overwhelm, and self-sabotage. It’s my joy to share my best tips and resources to help you reduce stress, increase energy, and boost confidence. For more information about my courses and 1:1 private coaching, please contact me today.

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Level Up Your Morning, Light Up Your Life

Are you tired of wrestling with the snooze button and sagging energy all day? Do you feel more reactive than proactive and overwhelmed with the demands of daily life? You’re not alone! We live in a go, go, go, world, with constant demands on our attention and energy. Our schedules are more packed than ever…even in a pandemic. If you want to level up your life, it starts with your morning routine.

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How to Get Rooted and Ready for the New Year

There were formidable spiritual storms and battles in 2020. We were prepared from some, and cut down by others. Praise God, there was some AMAZING growth, too! Knowing what we do now, how do we ensure we are rooted and ready for the new year?

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Favorite Affordable Gift Ideas for 2020

If you’re still struggling for meaningful, fun and affordable gift ideas, you’ve GOT to listen to our Sacred Grounds Podcast recent episodes…A Few of Our Favorite Things (2 parts). We’re sharing our 2020 Christmas gift guide, that is sure to bring you and your loved ones comfort and joy!

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How Godly Friendships Carry Us Through the Battlefield

Have you ever met someone who came into your life at just the right time, when you were on the field of battle?

I hope so, because friends like that will carry you through even the darkest of days.

I am so grateful for my battle buddy, Leigh Mackenzie, who met me on the spiritual battlefield at JUST the right time.

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How to Survive the Disappointment of Midlife

As we enter the “third season,” we tend to see change as a loss, and therefore perceive it as painful and bad. We recall the “ideal” life of our dreams and feel “loss.” The emotional experience of change, transition and the impermanence of life weighs on our menopausal mind. We wrestle with “holding on” to our relationships, children, and memories of the past, while faced with the fact that our life is not what we thought it would be.

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