About Jen Walbridge Mlay

Jen is a  mother of two amazing teenage boys, who keep her in stitches.

The three of them live in sunny South Carolina. Twenty eight years ago she left Massachusetts to be with her partner and never looked back.

She is a graphic designer by trade.

She has been the art director for a publishing company for the last twenty years.

She loves to learn new things and is currently taking a mediumship class and working with energy healing.

She is not sure where she is going but she is enjoying the journey.

If you want to know more about her you can contact her here: https://www.facebook.com/jenwalbridge 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-walbridge-mlay-80781733/  

In this episode

In spite of feeling uncomfortable and somewhat afraid  she still decided to be my guest and for that I am truly grateful. Thank you Jen

We had an easy going discussion, amongst other things, about how she tried to keep peace in what she called a ‘chaotic household’! 

 What is your number one surviving skill?

What is your go to emotion when you feel threatened?

What are you still doing now, today, in this moment that does not serve you any longer?

 Is it comfortable for you to play a role? Or has it become exhausting?

How does your body speak to you? 

Do you listen to the cues that your body gives you?

Last but not least my difficulty with the word ‘authenticity’. 

Do you find joy in being authentically you?

Finally a wonderful nugget from Jen about joy which is almost at the end of the conversation.  Wait for it. 

I invite you to listen and if you feel that someone could benefit from these conversations please feel free to share them. Definitely worth a listen, even if I say so myself 😉 

If you would love to be a guest, or if you know someone who would be a great guest, please get in touch via email,  or send me a personal message.


4 Comments

Jan Christenson · at

This was a really lovely conversation which resulted in thinking about bringing joy into life. It is so important to feel the joy from living in the present moment. As was mentioned, the process of becoming authentically yourself is also a journey worth taking, which can lead to even more joy. Thank you to both of you for sharing.

    Diane · at

    Hi Jan, Thank you for listening and for taking the time to share what you heard and got from the podcast. You are so very welcome. Diane

Leanne Webber · at

Thank you for sharing 🙏

    Diane · at

    You are welcome Leanne XX

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