Let Me Introduce Myself

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Hi! I’m so glad you’re here. If you’re new around, I wanted to introduce myself. I’m Emily Ruth and it’s nice to meet you. *gives virtual hug* I’m a nap taker, cat snuggler and people lover. People are my favorite part of life and I’d be ecstatic to hear more about you! Thanks for stopping by. 😊 I hope you’ll stay awhile~

Em

Voices Needed!

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Hey There!

How have you been? Now, for a sec, forget there is a screen and some distance between us and envision that you are over at my house, and we are lounging on my couch. I’d offer you some peppermint or citrus zinger because herbal tea is my thing. Now tell me – Really, how are you?
I’ve been thinking about you, along with a few other amazing souls I’ve connected with in this online space. I was wondering, would you be open to being interviewed for a recorded project I’m doing? You can be anonymous, or not, but I want to document the relationships women have with their bodies. I want to hear all the things. Would you be willing to share your story?
When I was serving as a doula, I listened to so many birth stories and it was incredibly powerful to bear witness to other women, and their experiences. For some, it brought healing. For others, they gained empowerment and insights they hadn’t yet realized. A few, just needed to cry. I would love to hear your body story. Your connection and relationship with yourself and how you have come to the place you are in, wherever that is. I’m looking for women of all backgrounds. Your voice is needed.
DM or Email me at emily@emilyruthcoach.com for info and we can talk more about the project.
xo
EM

Live & Love Fearlessly

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There’s a message that has showed up for me over and over and over and a dear friend reminded me again today. It is this: “Slow down to speed up.” Meaning, true productivity doesn’t come from my speed. It comes from pointing my compass intentionally in the right direction.
It is so simple, and I’m not saying it’s easy. But it’s not complicated. It is free from the hustle and the frantic energy I have felt in my own life and all around us at times.
Slow down.
Take the time to tune in and get quiet. I now know that when we do this, “the hustle” evaporates. I no longer glorify “busy.” I used to, I’ll admit. But as I got caught in the thick of it, I realized it was anti-everything I really value. The hustle doesn’t honor my relationships or the energy I put toward spirituality. Busy doesn’t grow my knowledge or faith or productivity in the areas I *really* want.
I’m still learning, but I challenge you to slow down with me. We are infinitely resourced when we fill our cups from the true source. He will give us what we need… minus the frantic pace.
Live and love fearlessly

  • EM