HAPPILY HORMONAL | hormone balance, pro metabolic, balance hormones naturally, hormonal acne, PMS, PCOS, painful periods

E21: Craving Rest & Peace? How to Improve Energy & Capacity by Leaning in to God’s Rest with Stefanie Gass

December 04, 2022 Leisha Drews, RN, FDN-P, holistic hormone coach, period expert
HAPPILY HORMONAL | hormone balance, pro metabolic, balance hormones naturally, hormonal acne, PMS, PCOS, painful periods
E21: Craving Rest & Peace? How to Improve Energy & Capacity by Leaning in to God’s Rest with Stefanie Gass
Show Notes

Welcome back to the Happily Hormonal Podcast. In this episode, I have a really special guest, my friend and mentor Stefanie Gass. We are both busy mamas, and coming into this really busy holiday season, we know that the one thing that gets pushed to the wayside is rest.

And not only like physical rest, but also biblical rest that fills our souls. So, we’re having a conversation about God’s rest, and how we can connect with God and cultivate rest for ourselves and our kids.


In this episode:

  • [02:10] The desire to be more present as a Christian mom
  • [04:38] What God’s rest is and what keeps us from it
  • [14:30] How to move away from distractions that are keeping you busy
  • [21:14] How we can model rest to our kids
  • [23:00] Simple daily practices to connect with God and cultivate rest
  • [25:30] God’s rest looks different in different seasons of your life
  • [30:25] A simple tip to reclaim your time & space and dedicate that time to God



Resources

- Free hormone balance guide

- Nourish Your Hormones Course

- Apply to work 1:1 with Leisha HERE


Connect with Leisha

Instagram: @leishadrews
Website: abundant-lifewellness.com


Connect with Stefanie

Podcast: The Stefanie Gass Show
Website: stefaniegass.com



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