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Journey Spotlight: Mental Health Awareness

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Journey Spotlight: Mental Health Awareness
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! We would love to share a glimpse into the mindful journey of one woman on finding acceptance and celebration with Anxiety.  
"I have this responsibility to take care of myself, and it’s not always easy. There is an ebb and flow to my life, and I’m still accepting there is nothing linear about it."

 


Power of Intention: Christine McHugh

Power of Intention: Christine McHugh

Christine is a mom, runner, and life coach. Her journey in intentions and her powerful determination and creativity helped her raise thousands of dollars for the American Heart Association! Read her story and how Christine has grown with her intentions. 


HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY
Happy Mother’s Day!
We want to take a moment to share some incredible stories of love for our Moms!

Christina Moser: MyIntent Maker & Educator

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Christina Moser: MyIntent Maker & Educator
Christina Moser is a teacher at Old Mill Road School in NY. She and the entire North Merrick School District are doing incredible work in teaching emotional wellness for young students in elementary schools. Christina was able to create a year-long curriculum with her students to choose their ONE WORD, using the MyIntent Maker Kit to stamp their chosen WORDs, that help to find clarity when life gets a little crazy. Take a glimpse into how Christina took her intention, her passion, and spread it throughout a classroom, school, and district!

Power of Intention: The Road to Boston

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Power of Intention: The Road to Boston
I set the powerful intention of POSSIBILITIES - training strong and giving 100%.  Intentions help to set my level of energy and establish the course of action that best supports whatever it is that I am trying to accomplish.  Each time that I brought my best to the table, in and of itself, was a victory even before I reached the finish line.

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