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Feel like life is running away?

Catch Up to Your Life is an online program designed to help you de-stress, slow down and be more present.

Learn simple ways to cultivate mindful living in less than 10 minutes a day and create habits that actually work.
 
This program opens at select times during the year.
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Plus receive weekly mindfulness tips and inspiration!

Crazy Busy Lives

If you are like most people you probably have a busy life – maybe a crazy busy life – because you live in the 21st century and life is for the most part – crazy busy.

Instead of thriving many people feel like they are just surviving. They are running as fast as they can just to keep up only to feel like they are falling further behind.

It’s not that they want to live that way.
They just don’t know how to do it any differently.

Maybe they have even tried things before – that worked for a little while – but eventually they found themselves pulled back into the crazy busyness.

Maybe that’s you.

I have a way for you to learn how to de-stress,
slow down and be more present.

Because I know that life is busy, I can teach you some simple ways to cultivate mindful living in less than 10 minutes a day and create habits that actually work.



 

Learn the Basics Video

Once you register for the program you will instantly receive a short video that introduces you to the benefits of mindful living and tips on how to make mindfulness a daily habit.

What's Next Video

This short video at the end of the program offer you suggestions and resources to help you stick with the habits you have created and maintain your mindful living momentum.

Daily Mindful Practice

Each day you will receive an email containing a suggested daily practice. These simple strategies will take you less than 10 minutes a day to complete and will help you begin to build the foundation of a  practical and sustainable mindfulness practice.

BONUS! Mindful Journaling Guide

Journaling can be a beneficial activity to support your mindfulness practice. You’ll receive a bonus guide which includes 66 days of mindful journaling prompts to spark some reflection if you wish to add a little journaling to your program.

Guided Meditations

Listen online (or download) these short guided meditations designed to help you feeler calm and re-focus when life is feeling busy or overwhelming. They are your opportunity to practice with Laurel's gentle guidance on three themes: Just Breathe, All is Well and Let it Go.

70, 000
Thoughts PER DAY
1/3
people sleep deprived
40%
Productivity lost
Multitasking
66
days to create
a new habit

Simple Practical & Easy

I’ll let you in on a secret about changing the way you do things:
It takes time to create a new habit. While people might want you to believe you can create a new habit in 21 days, studies show that’s not really true.

It actually takes more than 2 months to form a sustainable habit. Of course the actual amount of time depends on the person and the habit they want to create, but it definitely won’t happen overnight.

Based on research, the sweet spot for creating a new habit is 66 days.

That’s why Catch Up to Your Life is designed around small, manageable things that you can do each day.

With 66 days of consistent support you will be well on your way to creating a daily habit of mindful strategies, no matter how busy your life is right now.

What people are saying


Catch Up really resonated with me. I found pairing the 3Ps with the 3 breaths made good tools.
I think it is the combo of intentionally pausing and intentionally creating my "being" place with breathing. Packable, doable anywhere anytime.
Janice T.

I liked the simplicity of practice - conscious breathe and pause – that you can do anywhere anytime that are the cornerstones to a whole new world.
It's been positive – I’m more conscious and mindful, have less knee jerk reactions and stress.

Lisa Marie

Honestly the whole concept that habits take time to create and while 66 days seemed like it would take forever it actually wasn't.  Also the idea of starting small and building but still keeping it manageable really made me stop and think about how I could use this to tackle other changes/habits in my life.

Barb

I have felt more grounded.  My blood pressure is lower.  I can relax much more easily.  One good example is the day I was waiting in the car for a long train to pass when I was in the and in a hurry. I could see drivers checking their phones, drumming on their steering wheels.  I put my car in park and thought what a great moment to pause and breathe.  It was wonderful!

Janice M.

I have been practicing mindfulness for the past couple of years in a piece meal format, this program helped me tie things together a bit more.
The best part was learning to relax and let go. I do this every night before I go to sleep and even sometimes during the day when I feel overwhelmed.

Sandra B.

I learned so much. I stop and take deep breaths more often and clear my mind. I really found setting intentions so POWERFUL. It has helped me establish a more healthy morning routine allowing me more time to eat the breakfast I usually skipped, and make my lunch for work - that I would often go without.  I also find myself getting back into my long overdue meditation practices.

Jan T.

Laurel is a rare master of mindfulness and life coaching. Fed by her own deep practice, professional training, integrity and authenticity, Laurel’s compassionate guidance will help you find your way.

Sharon Carne
Founder of Sound Wellness

Laurel is skilled at bringing mindfulness to every moment so you can live a life of abundance. Her intuitive nature will help you realize where you may be holding yourself back.

Debra Kasowski
Best-selling author & Host of The Millionaire Woman Show

If you’re going through chaos in your life and having a difficult time coping with it, then you need to get on board with Laurel’s program. She will guide and inspire you to be your best yourself by being mindful.

Zaheen Nanji
Resilience Champion, author and speaker

Catch Up to Your Life
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About Laurel

Mindfulness Expert, Speaker and Author

Laurel Vespi, M.Ed

Laurel Vespi is a Mindfulness Expert and Certified Professional Coach, bringing her clients more than thirty years of experience as an educator, consultant and group facilitator. Laurel has more than twenty years of experience in mindfulness practice, has completed training with Mindful Schools and is a Certified Lifestyle Mediation Teacher.

She is also the author of two award-winning books; Spontaneous Combustion: Setting Your Life on Fire and To Be Awake, helping people live more mindful and intentional lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will I get out of Catch Up to Your Life

If you are interested in bringing more mindfulness into your life, Catch Up will provide you with the structure, support and encouragement to jumpstart a journey of everyday mindful living. Blending the best of neuroscience and practicality, committing to 66 days of action is a great way to begin to create a sustainable habit. With easy to follow instructions, you’ll engage in reinforcing actions each day that help you pause and pay attention so you can be more present, focused and engaged with your life.

What if this program doesn't help me?

I’m very confident that if you do the daily activities, you will begin to see the impact of mindful living and will be inspired to continue implementing these simple strategies in your life. However, if you feel that you didn’t get value from the program, you can contact me for a full refund – no questions asked.

What if I don't know anything about Mindfulness?

No problem! This program is designed to introduce you to some simple daily practices to help you cultivate more mindful living. All you need is a desire for life to be a little calmer, a little happier, a little less stressed.

I've been practicing for a while. Is this still a good program for me?

Maybe. If you have gotten distracted and stopped practicing for a while and want to re-invigorate your practice, then yes this could be a good way to get back on track. If you already have a consistent practice, then probably not.

If you are looking for support, encouragement, guidance and fresh ideas and resources to help stay consistent in living mindfully, then you might want to check out
Everyday Mindfulness. If you are still not sure, email me.

I've tried mindfulness before and I can never seem to stick with it.

Sticking with mindful living in a busy world is a challenge everyone faces. With 66 days of consistent focus and encouragement, you’ll be able to lay the foundation of a personal practice that fits you and your lifestyle.

How much time will this take?

Catch Up is designed to easily fit into your busy life. Daily activities can take as little as 5 or 10 minutes. If you are interested but are worried that you don’t have time to do this, then I really want you to seriously consider doing the program. If you actually feel that you don’t have 10 minutes to spare in your day, something needs to change.

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