Currently in March

It makes me sad to realize I have not been posting on a regular basis during this first quarter of the year. Writing whether it be in public form in this space or journaling privately is something that truly keeps me sane. Today, I’m happy to announce that April be the beginning of many things. Many of those items will be included in this space and today I’m sharing a sneak peak into what has been going on that has been keeping me away and quiet. As we enter the last week of March (how did this happen?), here’s a little currently update. In March, I’ve been….

Planning

Over the past weeks, I have been preparing a new life coaching offering in the Lexington area. Walk and Talk Coaching offers three packages that involve a coaching session while we walk. Walking is one of the most therapeutic activities one can do and combining this with a coaching session enhances the benefit. You can find more information about Walk and Talk Coaching by visiting the Work with Sheryl tab above.  More information will be coming in regards to the benefit of movement and life coaching.

Creating

With planning a new aspect of my business comes the creation of forms, new blog pages and preparing how to spread the word. Although I do love to create, I have to admit that some of these items are out of my comfort zone. Thus, it has taken me longer. PS: a newsletter will be coming to this site!

Presenting

The past month has provided me with the opportunity to present trainings on several different subjects. I’ve enjoyed the fact that each training has ranged from formal to laid back.

Observing

James and I made the conscious choice to give up chocolate for Lent this year. I have to say there have been a few moments when it has been hard. My Starbucks baristas still aren’t used to me ordering something other than a Mocha with Coconut Milk. For the record, I’ve been drinking a vanilla latte or a flat white and the green tea with lemonade isn’t bad.

Listening to

Coldplay and The Chainsmokers ” Something Just Like This”. Seriously, the song will stick in your head.

Cheering for

Sadly, the University of Kentucky’s basketball season ended Sunday evening. However, I intend to cheer for the University of South Carolina. They are making their first appearance ever in the Final Four and they are part of the Southeastern Conference.

Thinking about 

I have been able to accomplish some of the tasks I had hoped to complete for the first quarter of the year. Hoping to spend some time this week and review and recalibrate as we move into April.

As always, thanks for taking the time to stop by.

Hoping you will continue to check out the upcoming changes in the next month. 

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15 Comments

  1. Chrissy Z. on March 27, 2017 at 8:04 am

    A new aspect of your business! How exciting! I can only imagine how much hard work is involved! As you might know I haven’t been all to present in the blogging world for a few weeks in February bc life got too busy. But I have been back and my blogging mojo returned after creating The Peaceful Posse with Charlotte and Lindsay and I am so happy to be back!
    Happy Monday xxx

    • Sheryl @ How to Make a Life on March 27, 2017 at 7:42 pm

      We all have to take time away and rebalance/recalibrate. I think it also helps us know what we truly want to focus our energy on. I’m glad we are both getting back into the swing of things. !

  2. Beth Kondrick on March 27, 2017 at 10:36 am

    Giving up chocolate for Lent – good for you! That’s a hard one! I don’t know if I could do it! Then again, I almost always drink a vanilla latte, so maybe it wouldn’t be as hard as I think!

    • Sheryl @ How to Make a Life on March 27, 2017 at 7:41 pm

      I do like the vanilla latte – it’s just not my Mocha. However, I’m making it (it doesn’t mean I don’t want or think about chocolate).

  3. jenn griffin on March 27, 2017 at 10:39 am

    good luck with that chocolate strike, girl. :]

  4. Charlotte on March 27, 2017 at 11:12 am

    That Coldplay/Chainsmokers song really is one that’ll get stuck in your head for hours. So catchy!

    Sheryl, I absolutely LOVE the idea of walk and talk coaching! I so so wish you lived closer, because I would be your first customer, for real. I find walking to be one of the most therapeutic activities, and it’s great to engage in great conversation while heading on a stroll. I wish you all the best with this!

    Hope you have a great week, my sweet (and best of luck with the no-chocolate for Lent!) XOXO

    • Sheryl @ How to Make a Life on March 27, 2017 at 7:40 pm

      Oh Charlotte, how I would love to go walking with you!! Walking truly can make things look different and that’s what i am hoping will happen. As for the chocolate…. it’s not easy but I can do it!

  5. shootingstarsmag on March 27, 2017 at 7:07 pm

    I live in KY too – but in the north. I was a bit bummed UK didn’t win either. They did well though!

    Your new endeavor is a great idea. I wish you the best of luck!

    -lauren
    http://www.shootingstarsmag.blogspot.com

  6. Bourbon & Lipstick on March 27, 2017 at 8:06 pm

    I’ve missed reading your blog! Just sent you an email by the way. Can’t wait for our session. I will need some tips from you regarding presenting! I start training next week. Ugh girl. I cried when we lost last night! So heartbreaking. I’m with you – go SC!

  7. Trish @ The Trish List on March 28, 2017 at 11:10 am

    It sounds like you have been busy, but in a good way! Good luck on your new endeavers!

  8. Crystal @ Dreams, etc. on March 29, 2017 at 11:36 am

    Walk and Talk Coaching sounds like a great way to do coaching! I can definitely see how beneficial movement would be for something like that and think of how many people enjoy walking and talking to other people. You hear about couples, friends and families going out for walks all the time to spend time together and chat. I’ve also found that movement opens up my mind differently. I recently started doing a workout–even if it’s just 15 minutes of toning, yoga or dance–before I sit down to write. I definitely notice a difference between how it goes when I get some movement in before I write and when I don’t.

  9. Tif @ Bright on a Budget on March 29, 2017 at 7:27 pm

    Exciting changes! Your Walk and Talk sounds super beneficial–what a cool idea!!!

  10. Akaleistar on April 4, 2017 at 5:51 pm

    Love that song!

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