In this heartwarming episode of the Life Coach BFF Show, join host Heather Pettey as she dives into the world of midlife motherhood with a dash of humor and a whole lot of compassion. Discover three powerful ways to uplift and encourage your family without uttering a single word – from the soothing embrace of worship music to the magic of positive messages strategically placed around your home. Heather also unveils the transformative impact of human touch and its remarkable benefits for both parents and children.
But before we jump into these heartwarming strategies, Heather shares her recent retreat to the serene Marriott Shoals Hotel and Spa in Florence, Alabama. Join her on a rejuvenating journey as she unwinds and revels in the tranquility of this pampering haven.
So, fellow midlife mama warriors, get ready to embrace midlife magic and learn how to infuse your home with love and positivity, one unspoken gesture at a time. Don't forget to subscribe, leave a review, and share this episode with your fellow midlife moms who are all about living life with heart and humor. Until next time, let the encouragement flow and the laughter fill your
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Heather is a perfectly imperfect wife of 28 years to David, mom to 4 amazing humans ages 11 to 26, and lover of Jesus. She's a closet peanut M&M and Goldfish cracker consumer.
Heather is passionate about encouraging women to find joy and remain sane while parenting teens. The laughter and support happens weekly on her podcast, Life Coach BFF Show. When not podcasting or curating for CLUB BFF Mastermind (a membership for Christian moms of teens), she's coaching moms to live confidently, set clear boundaries, and learn to build their fire in the rain. Heather is also the author of Keep It Simple, Sarah: Powerful Words and Encouragement for Christian Teen Girls.
Heather has made appearances on CNN Headline News and other media. She believes life is a long line of lessons, and in her opinion, it’s all about faith and
good ol' common sense. She happily resides with her family in Memphis, TN.
*Quick Disclaimer- I'm a coach and not a therapist. Always seek the support of a therapist for clinical mental health issues.