Instincts and Boundaries

On our second episode we talk about the importance of trusting our instincts, January’s recent experience in listening to her gut, and putting yourself first by setting appropriate boundaries with the people in your life. Also, Brandon says some things that are just… CRAZY!

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Click here to download Episode #2: Instincts and Boundaries!

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Join January in 2017 at a Find Your Village event near you! She will be in New England, specifically Portland, ME, on August 5th and in beautiful San Diego, CA on August 19th!

6 thoughts on “Instincts and Boundaries

  1. Desiree

    I can really feel the presence of you guys through your podcast! I feel like I am just talking with good friends and it’s refreshing and funny! I’ve had to learn to be more assertive and stand my ground when it comes to my needs and my family’s needs, what’s important and what can give sometimes. Keep up the good work! I look forward to your podcasts as this continues to grow!
    P.S. now I have even more tattoo fever 🙂

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  2. Farha

    You guys are so great!
    Gosh this hit so close to home that it brought tears to my eyes.

    Brandon is right – you have some really valueable insights January and i love listening to you both!!

    Much love x

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  3. Stephanie Furman

    Listening to your podcast while I nurse my 3 month old. I never really got into podcasts but I absolutely love yours! I can relate to the family thinking you’re still who you were when you were a kid–like when I was a 13 year old, mouthy girl. I needed to hear when you said NOT to let them bring me down. I’m not thst adolescent anymore. Thank you!

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