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Hi, I'm Fe!

More than just a busy mom with special needs kids

When my kids and I made the big move from Guam to the mainland, I left behind my career, my parents, and my home sweet home.Let me tell you, feeling homesick and lonely doesn't even begin to cover it. I was over 8,000 miles away from my comfort zone, thrown into a whole new world that left me in a culture shock. I've always been an island girl, born and bred, so this was uncharted territory for me. Oh, and did I mention I had my two amazing kids with special needs in tow? The journey itself went smoothly, thanks to my little troopers, but let me tell you, twenty hours of travel can wear you down.With no friends nearby and family miles away, I was determined not to let this new chapter get me down. I hesitated to leave my kids at a daycare or a community center, being new to the area. A full-time job seemed like a stretch too, with hours of commute each day that just seemed too long. I mean, coming from a tiny island 30 miles long and 12 miles wide, driving 55 miles one way felt like a wild adventure. And that extra time away from my kids? Nope, not something I was ready to accept.Adjusting to change is no walk in the park, but when you shift your focus and dive into what truly matters, you can conquer any challenge. As Harvard Medical points out, your mind is a powerful force for healing when given the chance. By locking in your end goal, you can persuade your mind and body that success is on the horizon. To be effective, it's the small, seemingly insignificant things in life that can pave the way to greatness.

Hi, I'm Fe! I help busy families find balance by prioritizing their time for increased productivity.

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