3 Things I Love

by Stephanie on August 6, 2014

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There are three things I love.

*I love growing and improving – even though it is difficult sometimes.
*I love singing & playing music for special life events – even when it can be intense
*I love sharing my weight loss journey to help others.  I know how it can be – the highs and the lows.

This is a safe place for you to explore and create your customized “life liturgies” or those events in life where the music heard comes from the heart, and people leave knowing that it sounded like who you are and what you represent.  As a result, those you love are moved closer to one another.

My site and my offerings are a safe place for you if you are in the process of losing weight, beginning to lose weight, or have lost weight and are stuck.  I am an expert in the mind games we can play around food.  I have a life degree in figuring it out and working through my stuff.  I can relate.  I can help.

Joy and Peace,

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