May 1, 2008 Evolving Stacey

Free Virtual Life Coaching!

This is an experiment for all Create a Balance blog readers. If you are reading posts on this site, chances are you probably have some interest in creating a balance in your life. But interest alone is not going to do anything for you except clutter your head full of thoughts. So it is time to TAKE ACTION!

DO NOT CLICK AWAY FROM THIS SITE until you have entered your commitment to the Change a Habit Experiment as a comment on this post.

If you post your commitment to change one habit within the next 21 days, will personally help you be accountable during your 21 day journey by providing you with

We will help you develop action plans for the challenge as well as hold you accountable for your actions. As a result, you will be one step closer to practicing the art of life balance.

So stop making excuses and sign up for this exciting free change a habit experiment today by entering your commitment as a comment on this post! Be sure to state the habit you will change in your comment.

UPDATE > June 2008 >
I’d like to thank everyone who participated in the Change a Habit Experiment. At this time, the Change a Habit Experiment is now closed. Check back to participant in our next life balance experiment. For virtual life coaching information, please email for more details.

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Evolving Stacey Hi! I'm Stacey. Thanks for being here. Like you, I wear many hats these days. I'm a mom raising two amazing boys, a PR friendly blogger writing about living my best life - body, mind, heart, and soul, an online community engagement coach helping soulful entrepreneurs ignite their online tribes... and the founder of The Evolving Women's Circle. The world is changing and I'm on the transition team. I hope you'll join me as I gather women to share, witness, engage, ignite, activate, and grow with me. xoxo

Comments (23)

  1. Nadia

    Thanks for the push. I am making a commitment to start saving money by brewing my own coffee at home. This is a hard one for me. I love my lattes. Thanks Stacey.

  2. Rose

    I am committed to not eating fast food for the month of May. Yikes.

  3. @ Nadia and Rose – Congratulations for being the first 2 people to commit to the Change a Habit Experiment. Look for an email from that will jump start your 21 day journey. You’ll be happy you took the plunge into this exciting and convenient life balance accountability experiment.

  4. Margaret

    Sign me up! I have been struggling to change my bad habit of spending most of my evenings online in front of my computer. Truth be told…I need some accountabilty.

  5. Catherine

    I am going to start walking 10 minutes a day. On day 22, I will start walking 20 minutes a day.

  6. Jennifer

    I am feeling stagnant. I am a routine-oriented person, and I am starting to drive myself crazy. My goal is to break out of this rut and do one new thing every day, or do something that I always do, but in a different way.

  7. Peggy

    I have no balance in my life, not in my parenting, work, or personal health. I like to begin by sticking to a healthy diet and excersis program.

  8. Rosemary

    Stacey, It’s me – Rosemary from the SARK training. I am jumping in with both feet to your website and this commitment. The change I intend to create is making creativity a natural and organic part of my day and my life. My commitment is to do at least one creative thing each and every day! It could be writing in my journal, doing some expressive art, brainstorming on a creative project, take an “artist’s date”, sewing, etc. Rosemary

  9. As a SAHM of two young sons, I have so many things I would love to balance…which includes family time, personal time, excercise/health, relaxation and work/online time. Any guidance in this is greatly appreciated. :)

  10. Judy

    Stacey, I am finally back in Oklahoma and am able to get onto your site. Wow, oh, wow! Your genius is showing. What an excellent site for trying to hack out that middle path. Such interesting topics; I am looking forward to reading all your blogs new and old. Your site is so chock full of stuff that peeks my interest and also sounds so helpful. Are you burning that purple candle into the night coming up with this stuff? One could explore this site for a long time……………love it. Keep feeding the Universe with your calm and peaceful energy. There are millions of us that need it.
    Quoteable Judy

  11. @Quotable Judy ~ I just might need to quote you when I start of list of testimonials. Thank you for the bright and motivational comment. I’d love to hear any recommendations you may have on topics you would find particularly interesting and useful. Have you reunited w/ the characters in your book yet? I can’t wait to celebrate once it is published and shared with the world. ~Salubrious Stacey

  12. It’s good to create a balance in your life. We might get distracted with too much work and forget to rest and relax with our family and loved ones.

  13. Life is a balance of many things. People have to deal with a lot of things from our personal life to our professional career. In order to keep everything we do organized, we have to maintain some control in each aspect of our life…and it is only through creating a balance and getting focused are we able to handle each circumstance properly.

  14. Great idea! I coach people one-to-one and by phone, and the concept of a sytematised approach has been a personal search for me. This may well be a good step on the road towards self-empowerment for many people – without the need to spend time with a life coach….

  15. emily

    I have been struggling through multiple challenges recently. I need to start working full time and commit to making a persistant amount of money, but can’t apply myself to do it. Whenever i’m working i freak out and get manically depressed.

  16. Andrea

    I am making a commitment to wake up at 8:30 the latest in the next 21 days. This will be extremely hard for me as my sleeping pattern is very disorganized and I’m not working at the moment, but it’s very frustrating to wake up when the half of my day is already gone.

  17. Aw, this was an exceptionally good post. Taking a few minutes and actual effort
    to create a good article… but what can I say…
    I procrastinate a whole lot and don’t manage to get anything done.

  18. Howdy! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and say I genuinely
    enjoy reading your blog posts. Can you suggest any other blogs/websites/forums
    that go over the same topics? Thanks for your time!

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