5/5 committed to her flexlife
9/10 feel confident she’s living the lifestyle she wants everyday
7️ years and running
Does other stuff to pay the bills
Elizabeth can work from anywhere as long as she has wi-fi, inspiration, and a creative spark. She’s a health coach, a yoga teacher, a content + course creator and a wellness blogger.
She mostly works from her home in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA. Elizabeth is passionate about what she teaches and believes that she has an important message to share with other women about wellness. Coming from the South where grits and butter are king, Elizabeth preaches self love, self worth and ditching the dieting mentality in favor of a lifestyle of wellness.
She ended up living a flexlife because she followed her own path + curiosity. The most important thing to her was sharing her real self with others.
Elizabeth’s days look something like this:
Wakes up and makes coffee
Reads a lesson from A Course In Miracles / meditates / prays / journals
Her daughters wake up > makes breakfast > hangs out > takes them to school.
Starts moving her body with a yoga flow / home workout / walking her dog
Jumps into creating content. Elizabeth says:
“I do my best work in the morning! I take a break at noon for lunch (away from my desk and preferably outside watching the birds), then go back to work answering emails and creating more content before I pick up my daughters from school.”
Makes dinner for the family 5 or 6 nights a week
Is in bed by 9:30 with her hubby either reading a few pages from her book (currently Brene Brown's The Gifts of Imperfection) or watching a few minutes of Ghost Adventures with my hubby.
#MASTERTIP: Spend some time each day in silence so you can get crystal clear on exactly what it is your heart desires.
She’s most grateful for her family - her husband and two daughters. She’s also grateful for her health + ability to move her body.
She’s dreaming about her next family trip, taking her daughters to Europe after she launches her new online course.
#WORDSTOLIVEBY: When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. ~Dr. Wayne Dyer