Jenn’s mission to live a F.a.s.t. (F.a.s.t. = Fabulous, Abundant, Simple, and Tiny) life began after her mom past away back in 2013. Her mom was a worrier by trade, and spent the better part of her 73 years holding back in life because of fear. Jenn knew that she didn’t want to end up the same way, and that she wanted to live her life with a little extra oomph!
Jenn set out to live a life that was fabulous and abundant. She wanted to get back to the basics of what really mattered, friends, family, helping others and experiencing life while you can.
She emptied her home of all toxic products that were slowly making her sick, cleaned up her diet, downsized her belongings and moved into a purple tiny house on wheels called “Sweet Caroline.”
Now, life is less about getting more and all about DOING more.
Join Allie and Jenn as they dig into the muck and the mire, so that you can live a lighter, simpler and fuller life.
In This Episode, Allie & Jenn discuss:
Jenn’s background, her story and how she got to where she is now.
Allie mentions the quote, “How you are with one thing is how you are with everything,” and the ladies dive into how this affects all areas of your life.
When beginning the decluttering process, Jenn recommends that you break it into chunks.
Adrenal fatigue and other health related problems caused by having a poor diet.
If you’re cleaning up your house, it only makes sense to start cleaning up other areas of your life.
Create a life that ebbs and flows, that you’re able to be present for, and adapt easily when you hit the hard parts.
God doesn’t create people to feel awful, He creates people to live out their purpose -- healing yourself from the inside out will allow you to live His purpose.
Thanks so much for joining me! I’m so excited to experience the show’s progression with you!
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