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WILD: Women Inspired to Live Life Deliberately

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WILD: Women Inspired to Live Life Deliberately

A health podcast from Terry-Lynn Hemmerling and Lori Hazel

Living life in alignment with our priorities is not an easy proposition in our fast-paced, often frantically busy culture - especially for women who are often caring for kids, parents, pets, and the list goes on.

For this series of conversations expect to hear how the women behind WILD, Lori and Terry-Lynn, have worked to get clear on their own priorities and engage in a variety of daily practices to ensure that they are living their lives deliberately by focussing on what truly matters FIRST and not later or tomorrow or on the weekend.

If you are a woman who recognizes that she is merely surviving the demands of daily life and not living in a way that allows for her deepest desires, dreams, and priorities to thrive and would like to hear how we have begun to do so, or you just want to have coffee with a couple of women who LOVE to talk about these kinds of things, this show is for you.

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