Systems for parents who want to do good work in the world and at home.
Creating a balanced life means maximizing time and energy on the things that matter most and minimizing time and energy on the rest.
You want help figuring out how to do this. I’ve got your back.
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My favorite part of The Organized Parent workshop was practicing the different lists (specifically the “brain dump” in the beginning) and then working through the other lists. VERY helpful. We took away some great tools that I will be able to use moving forward.
I could listen to Marie talk for hours - I’d happily attend another 3-4 sessions about this subject!
Marie's workshop helped me get in touch with other parents who understand and share the troubles of everyday life. We received helpful advice that helps us make a change!
"Balancing sessions with Marie has helped me to figure out what is important to me, use my time to accomplish things that are essential and be kind to myself when I don't complete things that are not essential. Marie is a very good listener and gives wonderful tools and suggestions to simplify life."
"As a parent facilitator Marie is enthusiastic, well-versed and knowledgeable in her content area. She is also very responsive to participants needs and does an excellent job utilizing participant ideas and insights."
“Marie’s Productivity for Parents workshop helped us clearly see how [these tools] are going to help us in the long run and reign in the craziness of our days and help us make progress on our long term goals. The most useful tip I got from Marie in the training was: Maximize your time on what matters; minimize the rest.”
“[Productivity for Parents] is an excellent course that teaches you how to maximize your precious time as busy parents.”
“Marie has great energy and is really engaging and is enthusiastic about the subject. She genuinely wants to help parents focus on what really matters and make time for it”