This one thing is what many women TTC have trouble with...

Fortunately for my kids, they have an awesome forward-thinking mom. ;)  She's humble too.

So as my 13yo procrastinates with her speech due tomorrow, I've decided now's a good time to start teaching her time management skills.

I let her do it on her own this weekend.  Now she realizes she's screwed cuz she wasted her time.

It's time for me to step in and pass down the wisdom that took me decades to figure out.  I'm not always the sharpest tool. :/

It comes down to essentially one thing...

FOCUS

Follow
One
Course
Until
Successful

- Robert Kiyosaki

For a 13yo, focus is hard when she can play a video game or watch a Youtube video or text a friend or whatever else she can distract herself with.  I wish it was cleaning her room!

So I broke it down to her...

Start with the goal.  

For you, that's to get pregnant with a healthy child.

Then figure out what are the different areas that are essential to achieve your goal?

For optimal fertility, you need...

  • Physical health
  • Emotional health
  • Spiritual health
  • Mental health

All of those elements need to be addressed when you're trying to get pregnant in your 40s or if nothing else has worked such as multiple failed IVFs/IUIs or recurrent miscarriages.

As you can see, these are broad areas.  So they need to be broken down even further...

For example, physical health encompasses supplements, nutrition, and exercise.

Understandably, the problem women run into is that they don't know where to start or get distracted by life.

So success often depends on having the right guide.  A guide who will map out your road and help you stay on the path.

And that's exactly what the GPS (Get Pregnant and Stay pregnant) Fertility program gives you: zenfertility.com/gps  

Julie Chang,

Natural Fertility Eggspurt

The Real Deal:

  • Natural Fertility Coach
  • Licensed Fertility Acupuncturist for 18 years
  • Master in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Magna Cum Laude
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