The 4 Seeds of Self Care™
Next Chances to ReConnect
November 1-30, 2022
Facebook and Instagram Virtual Event
Join us for our NovmeberSelf-Care Challenge! Each week will be dedicated to one of The Four Seeds of Self-Care- Sleep, Nutrition, Exercise, and Meditation.
November Self-Care Challenge
Join the year-long adventure to live lives that honor ourselves first, thus creating a balanced foundation to achieve our goals, strengthen our relationships, and give back to our community.
Self-Centered Women: Journey Within 2023
Sessions range from Mini 1-Month Sessions to 12-Month Sessions.
Schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss how we can assist you in realizing YOUR best life, in whatever way is most meaningful to you.
December 3rd - 11am-2pm
Lake Laurel Clubhouse,
In order to create the life you want to live, you need a clear path to where you are going. Join us as we help you focus on making your goals and life's purpose a reality.
March 25, 2023 Time: 9AM - 4PM
A self-care retreat dedicated to YOU!
Spring ReConnect Retreat
The Self-Centered Woman Podcast™
Journey towards a more self-centered life by creating a self-care practice and learn why it’s not selfish to put your needs first! Tune in to meet our guests- REAL people who will share their amazing stories!
Get connected below to be the first to listen!
Black Lives Matter
ReConnectEd To Life is in full support of Black Lives Matter and calls for our community to stand together to demand justice for Black people.
As health and life coaches in Georgia, we are particularly committed to changing the health of Black people in our community by taking action against systemic racism. Black families deserve access to better nutrition, and other life-affirming resources.
We encourage everyone to learn and take action in whatever way you can, whether that be protesting on the front lines, calling your elected officials, donating to organizations who are doing the work, elevating Black voices, or all of the above.
The flower doesn't dream of the bee, it blossoms and the bee comes.
- Mark Nepo