Beat overwhelm by doing less...

"I'm feeling overwhelmed."

Sound familiar?

When you're trying to get pregnant, managing that sense of drowning is critical to your success.  

Otherwise, you won't have a clear path to getting where you want to go.

Be ruthless about how you spend your time and who you spend it with.   

Saying "no" is often the hardest word for women.  But it's the first step to acknowledging your limitations so you can focus your limited resources to areas that are most important to you.

Namely, getting pregnant.

Time is your most precious resource because you will never get it back. 

In determining whether something or someone is worth your time, you need to think about whether the gain is worth the time spent. 

For example, I abhor cleaning.  My housekeeper cleans my place in 4 hours.  It would take me waaaay longer to do what she does and it still wouldn't be as good of a job.  So it's a no brainer for me to have her come in and free up my time for something I actually enjoy.

Meal kit services offer an easy and much healthier alternative to eating out constantly.  If cooking isn't your strength, they will build your skills in the kitchen.

Outsource whenever you can and as your budget allows.

Once you lock in your top priorities (I would say no more than 3 cuz it'll be too much to focus on and don't fall into the trap of thinking that you're Superwoman), it's much easier to dial in what needs to be done and ignore the rest of the noise that only distracts from your vision. 

You totally got this!

If you wanna outsource your fertility program, well you're kinda outta luck cuz you gotta do the work yourself.  BUT I can give you the info you need to improve your fertility naturally so you don't waste precious time.  

Check out my Fertility Top10: http://zenfertility.com/top10

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
  • B.S. Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, UCLA

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