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Reinventing my life with abundance

It’s been one month and seven days since I shared my Word of the Year for 2019: Abundance.

I also wrote an article about it for Thrive Global, a global hub founded by Arianna Huffington in 2016 that shares the latest news, advice, and inspiration about well-being. If you haven’t heard about them yet, please go to their website and spend some time reading their extraordinary content. They are also on different social media platforms, they host a successful podcast, and you can subscribe to their newsletter. Their mission is to “end the stress and burnout epidemic by offering sustainable, science-based solutions to enhance well-being, performance, and purpose, and create a healthier relationship with technology.” Their mission aligns 100% with my practice and expertise: Life-Work Balance.

Arianna Huffington’s personal experience resembles many of our stories as solopreneurs or busy, stressed-out business owners. She collapsed in 2007 because of sleep deprivation and exhaustion, and she decided it was time to change her life, to give priority to herself in order to succeed and thrive. Does this sound familiar to you? It definitely does to me! I experienced burnout in 2011 and, after changing my lifestyle with better food, sleep, exercise, and self-care, I never looked back.

In the article, I talk about my story, how I got to decide my Word of the Year, and what I am doing with it.

Let me know what you think!

Reinventing My Life With Abundance

by Sabrina Cadini

“I always love to evolve and, in some cases, to reinvent myself. It’s how I can get more from life and how I can offer more to life. It’s when I put in practice all the mistakes and wins that I collected during my journey, and I use them to my advantage to give more purpose to my life and to the life of others. I’m sure you can all agree with me that everything we do in our life is always a great learning experience, if not enriching. It could be an idea, a memory from our childhood, quality time we spend with a friend or our spouse, feedback from a client, or something that we just learned, and it touched our heart (or it brought inspiration for our next project).

When I started working as an event planner back in the ‘80s, my sense of purpose was…” READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE ON THRIVE GLOBAL

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