Wouldn’t it be amazing if you had a successful career and a thriving personal life?
We all play various roles in our lives: expert, partner, spouse, parent, friend, caregiver, and volunteer. Yet we must also make room in our lives for taking care of our own physical and mental well-being.
I’m sure you know that achieving balance among all of these competing roles can be difficult. This will look different for everyone. And you know it when you feel it (or at least you know when you’re out of balance).
You are in the right place if you are looking for:
- practical tools to achieve more balance and less stress
- tips and tricks on how to be more productive and organized
- work-life balance and wellness support
I’m Michelle Ryan and I started this business because I truly believe that busy professionals can have it all: a healthy and vibrant personal-family life and a satisfying career.
I love working with overwhelmed professionals who are successful in their careers, but have been so busy making a living that they’ve forgotten how to enjoy life.
Take this Work-Life Balance Quiz and when you get your results, you’ll learn three easy tools to help you get more done so that you are closer to achieving work-life balance!
I would recommend Balanced Professional for people who are struggling with structuring their days and keeping a balance between their social life, JOY, and their work.
When we started working together, I was lost in the many projects I was handling as well as a major life-change. I was looking for a way to balance my extremely busy schedule with a social life, which I had always postponed.
I felt understood by Michelle. I achieved clarity about what I really wanted and then pursuing this and making it my goal. I became clear about the fact that I am worthy of some down-time either in the evenings or once or twice a week without stressing myself out. The program made me come back to my roots, see my day-to-day life as a whole and me as a person.Yasmin
Michelle helped me gain an understanding of the importance of being as nurturing with myself as I am with close friends and family, and that nonjudgmental self-compassion is something that we all need but were never taught as part of our perfectionism. I was encouraged to let go of my perfectionism and inner critic. I also learned that self-compassion is not selfish or self-indulgent and that being kinder to myself will not only decrease my anxiety, stress, and reactivity, it will also give me greater peace of mind, make me more productive, and allow me to build healthier relationships.
Some of the many helpful practical tips we discussed included starting our day with at least five minutes of something that we find restorative, setting time throughout the day for short breaks, and relaxing through deep breathing.Women's Wellness Retreat participant