From Lost to Leading an Intentional Life
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Hi Fellow Friend,

Hi, I’m Lynn! I’m a lifestyle design strategist and I help lost women find their way and design a holistic life they love and can feel grateful for every single day. 

What I teach comes from experience.

I know what it feels like to hate your job and your life. I hated mine every day. But on the flip-side, I know it’s possible to design a holistic life that you love. 

I was able to escape my dead-end job that made me miserable and went from a person who dreaded every second of her life to someone who is extremely grateful everyday. 

But as I mentioned, I didn’t just magically get to this point in my life.

Before I get into my story, I want to ask if you relate to any of these:

  • You feel stuck in a job you hate
  • Want more out of life than just sitting in a cubicle for 8+ hours a day
  • Don’t know what the heck you wanted to do in life
  • Want to have time for your family, friends, and hobbies
  • Tired of wishing it was Friday and dreading Mondays
  • You’re afraid that this is it for you
If so, then you came to the right place. 
 

Not too long ago, I was in your exact position. 

Deep down, I always wanted to live a more intentional and holistic life that aligned with my values.
A life where I felt in-tune with myself. 
 
But my reality included
  • Commuting for 2+ hours, fighting rush hour traffic
  • Working in a toxic and gossip-ridden environment
  • Binge watching Netflix for hours to escape my problems
  • Constantly feeling lethargic and tired from sitting all day
  • Eating a crap diet for convenience sake
  • Constantly dreading work, even on the weekends
  • Never having any time to do the things that truly matter to me

If you’re looking to live a balanced and holistic life and wake up excited everyday, then I cannot wait 
to help you. 

Early days of working on my dream life

My Story

I have always wanted to succeed. That’s pretty much been drilled into me ever since I was a child. 

And society has already mapped out the path to success: You study hard, get a secure job, work hard for ~40 years, and then finally retire at 67, having those last few years to really enjoy life. 

That’s the definition of a good life, right

So I worked for that. I studied hard, sought the approval of family and teachers, and landed that sweet corporate job in the big city.

Happy ever after? Unfortunately not. 

When I got there, I quickly realized it wasn’t the path for me. In fact, I was miserable. 

Does this sound familiar to you?

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From the outside, people thought I was crazy for hating my job.

The office I worked at had fancy coffee machines, was located in a nice city, gave gym discounts, travel perks, and more. 

However, that didn’t make my situation any better. 

I don’t know about you, but I didn’t want to be stuck in an office doing work I hatedno matter how fancy it was. 

I was fighting rush hour traffic for 2+ hours every day and constantly counted the hours until I could go home and just to do it all over again. 

It was like I was a hamster on a hamster wheel.

I wasn’t able to enjoy vacations, weekends, date nights, outings with friends, and more, without that sickening feeling in my stomach of having to go back to work. 

And I knew deep down that I didn’t want to live like this. 

Why was it normal to hate Mondays, wish the week away, and have a sinking feeling every time Sunday rolls around?

But I didn’t know what I wanted to do. I spent my whole life working towards this singular definition of success that I never looked much outside of it. 

Thus, I found myself stuck in a job I hated and I had no idea what the heck I wanted to do in life. 

But luckily, I didn’t just sit there. I knew if I wanted things to change, then I had to take action. A lot of it.

At first, I didn’t know where to start. Because of that, I wasted a lot of resources and experienced many failures.

My family and friends all thought I was insane and no one really understood what I was doing. 

But nonetheless, I persisted. I put in a ton of work, invested thousands of dollars in both the wrong and right things, got rid of a lot of stuff, and continued to experiment with my life. 

And the result of that was major Clarity.

It was like my life was suddenly put on easy mode.  

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I finally understood who I was, my values, and the path I wanted to walk down. 

And from that period of discovery, I realized

  • It is possible to design a life you actually love
  • There are many alternatives to working a traditional 9-5
  • It’s possible to live a good life without making millions
  • I wasn’t crazy for not wanting to work unpaid overtime (I swear, everyone looked at me weird when I said this)
  • It’s possible to live a life without feeling constant dread

I was finally in control again. 

I lost 10 pounds, started an online business, got my finances in check, escaped my unfulfilling job, and finally escaped that feeling that sense of dread. 

And with that, I started this blog, a Bit of Clarity. 

I want to help women like you design a life around your values. I also want to let my people know that it’s possible to live a life where you don’t dread your everyday, but instead, love your life and feel thankful every night.

And so, if you’re ready, then I’m ready! I want to help you save time and avoid the mistakes I made when I went about leaving my job and finding my life path.

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