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J.D. began her journey of self-awareness when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her goal at the time was to find ways to increase her self-awareness to include her diagnosis and learn ways to cope with it. She is now a certified yoga teacher and is a passionate blogger and speaker sharing her experiences and success stories.
J.D. is a certified Yoga teacher and a passionate blogger and speaker sharing her experiences and success stories.
She recently finished her first book, The Self-Awareness Workbook, which is a guide on how to change your life in a way that supports your personal growth. The book has been downloaded more than 1.4 million times in the United States alone. In addition to writing and speaking, J.D. is also a certified Yoga teacher and is now a full-time blogger. She also holds a Master’s in Yoga Therapy from the University of Central Florida.
J.D. is a Certified Yoga Teacher and works in the community as a Yoga teacher.
As someone who believes that personal growth is a process of discovery, it was refreshing watching J.D. explain how she came into her life’s path. She started out as a blogger sharing articles and tips about how to live a healthier and happier life, and ended up with a book that shows you how to do the same.
She started as a blogger sharing articles and tips about how to live a healthier and happier life, and ended up with a book that shows you how to do the same.
It was an interesting conversation and it was also a lovely demonstration of the benefits of a community. It gave me permission to actually go ahead and write a word of a book, so a lesson I learned from J.D. is that you can be a part of something huge and worthwhile, and yet still be too shy to take the plunge.
She’s definitely had a tough go of it herself, losing most of her family, having had to move from the Midwest to the East Coast to get away from her ex, and being a single parent. She’s since moved back to the Midwest and is still a single parent. That’s not the reason she started this blog, but it is the reason she started this blog, so it’s important to her that I be able to have this conversation.
Jacqueline has a lot in common with me. She too was raised in a dysfunctional family and has come out on the other side. She too has had to move away from the Midwest and now lives in the East Coast. She too is a single parent. She too has had to move away from the Midwest and now lives in the East Coast. She too has had the worst of it all.
I have been in this situation before and I have a few things to say about it. I have a lot of my own issues to deal with before I can deal with yours. It’s very similar to the life of a parent. You can’t judge anyone without knowing what you’re dealing with. I’m sure you’ve all heard this by now, but for a long time I felt like you knew me better than I knew myself.