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Bringing Out Your Passions During this Pandemic with Lisa Sasevich

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Bringing Out Your Passions During this Pandemic with Lisa Sasevich

After helping corporate giants like Pfizer and Hewlett-Packard generate millions in sales and small personal development companies quickly grow their annual revenue from six to seven figures, Lisa Sasevich was fired from her dream job the night before Christmas Eve. With a husband in medical school and two toddlers at home, it was devastating.

After some soul-searching, the “Queen of Sales Conversion” decided it was time to parlay her talents into her own profits—and to help others do the same. She started a home-based business with nothing more than her phone, her laptop, and the stolen hours of the night after her kids were tucked into bed.

A few short years and over $40 million in sales later, Lisa has helped over 15,000 clients in 134 countries earn more by doing what they love, all without being pushy or sales-y. Lisa’s company, The Invisible CloseTM, has been honored to be in the Inc. 500 and named one of ​Inc.​ magazine’s fastest growing privately held companies two years in a row, (#20 in woman-owned businesses).

Her mission: To help people make the difference they know they were put here to make, and to make great money doing it. Lisa believes that EVERYONE is meant for more

Join in today and learn exactly how Lisa Sasevich Leveled up and created everything from nothing!

On this episode, you will learn:

How to make money following your passion
The art of the no sale, sale
How you can grow and scale a business
Why you’re sitting on a goldmine

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Weekly Link Love

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Research of the Week

Latitude (or vitamin D supplementation/intake) predicts coronavirus mortality.

The fats found in old Neolithic pottery shards from Europe.

Of the thousands of CA state prisoners who tested positive for coronavirus, 96% had no symptoms. Among infected Boston homeless, 87.8% had no symptoms.

Low HDL predicts the progression from mild to severe coronavirus infection.

Why we often assume economic interactions are zero-sum.

Ancient Europeans dined on caviar.

Candy goggles.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 420: Lisa Bilyeu: Host Elle Russ chats with Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of both Impact Theory and Quest Nutrition.

Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 58: Laura and Erin talk carnivore with Dr. Kevin Stock.

Media, Schmedia

Coronaviruses “reinfections” may just be false positives.

Heart disease is the most common co-morbidity in hospitalized coronavirus patients in Britain (smoking was not a risk factor).

Interesting Blog Posts

Nice guide to coconut products. I second the coconut butter endorsement.

The death of old Europe.

Social Notes

Quick little microworkout.

Go outside.

Everything Else

Why you should forest bathe.

The “miracle” of seed oils.

Are quarantined kids at risk for weight gain? (It certainly won’t help)

Cow poop produces less greenhouse gas then previously reported.

Huh, it’s almost like we can learn from traditional societies.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Study I liked: Taking ketones, caffeine, and amino acids before a workout improves performance, whether you’re keto-adapted or keto-naive.

Article I found interesting: “Life Has to Go On.”

Prediction I’m making: Tele-health is here to stay.

Anti-coconut study with a huge glaring caveat: “Some people believe that unrefined coconut oil’s polyphenols improve inflammation and glucose homeostasis. But the researchers weren’t able to assess this because most of the trials didn’t report the type of coconut oil used.”

Wyoming bill I hope becomes law: The one that allows ranchers to sell direct to consumers.

Question I’m Asking

What’s your daily routine?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Apr 26 – May 2)

Comment of the Week

“Sleep hygiene doesn’t necessarily mean sleeping in a cold, pitch-black bedroom. That doesn’t work for everyone. Total darkness makes me feel disoriented, like I’m floating in a vacuum. I’m more comfortable with enough night glow coming into the room to give it a bit of vague definition. I also need it to be warm enough in the room that I don’t require a lot of blankets or quilts. I wear warm slippers in the evening about three-fourths of the year. That’s because I’ll never get to sleep if I go to bed with cold feet. Conversely, I’ve read that you should be almost uncomfortably cool in order to sleep well. Um, no thanks. I need to be warm without being weighted down by a lot of covers.

These are just some of the things that work for me, although they’re contrary to what sleep experts suggest. Since good sleep is crucial, we should all take the time to figure out what works best for each of us instead of just accepting the word of sleep experts as being gospel.”

– Good comment, Skeezix.


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The case for fake eyelashes

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The case for fake eyelashes

When your husband ask if you really need fake lashes… Do I really need you Brooks?

Lol ok kidding I need both. Oh, WAIT… you thought my lashes were REAL? Nope.

BUT seriously though…heck.. quarantine, arm in a cast for 7 week (finally off yay!), stay at home orders in place, it’s easy to default to leggings, scrunchies and no makeup.

But here is what I know for sure about our mood

Getting put together, doing our hair, our makeup LASHES TOO makes us feel SO GOOD. It changes our mood, and our attitude.

The salons are closed.We can’t get our nails done. The dang eyelash places are closed…

I totally get these are not big problems at all. I am not implying that they are AND, we can put ourselves together at home and change our whole mood. And feeling better and more confident makes everything feel a whole lot better. And we can show up for ourselves (or a date night at home with our significant other)

Why I love Fake Lashes

At 48 years old, and as an author of the best selling book Aging in Reverse, I am ALL ABOUT anything that can take some years off our looks and how we feel. LASHES are a simple, quick thing that can take YEARS off our looks. Don’t believe me? Watch this short video below. Now,  we are being silly with Brooks doing my MoxieLashes to show you how quick and easy they are to put on but you will also see in the video how many years the 2 second MoxieLash fix takes off my face!

Watch Brooks Do my MoxieLashes HERE:

Brooks was such a good sport. Y’all they are seriously so easy to use. If he can do it- big fingers and all- You for SURE can!Want to try them? If you order them I do have a discount for you! Go HERE and use coupon natalie10

Eyelashes take YEARS off the look of your fac

Look in the above video! I show one eye with them and the other without! You can totally see the difference lashes make on our face!

OK, you talked fast, how do we put the MoxieLashes on?

Step ONE

Order Moxie Lashes! Be sure to use code Natalie10 (I do NOT receive any affiliate commission for you using that, I just want you to have the discount!)I Recommend starting with a natural pair like “Baby” AND a more Glam pair like “Wifey” or “Sassy”. Make sure to grab either their liquid liner or their gel liner too. As I write this blog I have only tried the liquid liner and LOVE IT but I have heard that the gel liner is terrific for more sensitive eyes.

Step TWO

Line the lid of your eye! And then wait at LEAST one minute until it is completely dry.



Use tweezers, your hands or even better, the Moxie Lash tool to grab the lashes from the case and to help you place them



Step Four

Place the lashes! They VERY EASILY attach to the liner!



FAQ’s about MoxieLashes

Ok, So NOW for the questions many of you have been asking me since I started sharing about the MoxieLashes:

How Do I know which ones to order?

MoxieLash offers an array of different shapes and sizes to fit everyone’s different tastes and needs. Can’t narrow down your choices? You can reach out directly to a  MoxieLash specialist through their website HERE and they will take the time to talk to you about your eye shape and preference to help you find your perfect match!

Is the eyeliner bad for my eyes?

According to the MoxieLash Website, Absolutely not! The eyeliner contains a magnetic powder made from iron, which rates a 2 for safety with the EWG. They don’t use heavy metals or parabens in their liners. They, at MoxieLash, always want their customers to remain safe, so if you do have eye problems or have had surgery, please consult your doctor to make sure that magnetic lashes are right for you.

According to them, your MoxieLash is also safe to wear with your contacts and glasses. You won’t feel any difference between wearing the two when you have your MoxieLash Lashes on. THIS I can attest to! I wear them frequently with my reading glasses or sunglasses.

How long does the MoxieLash Liner Last?

As with all makeup, there is an expiration date of your MoxieLash makeup before it can become more difficult to use. With both the gel and liquid liner this limit is around 5 months once your product is opened. This is due to both oxygen and bacteria from the facial region getting into the product and hardening the substance. To slow this process down, we recommend ensuring that your product is closed securely at all times when not using your MoxieLash.

How Long will your MoxieLashes Last?

30 uses days with proper care

How do you clean Moxie Lashes?

Here is a great video on how to clean and extend the life of your lashes with MoxieLash:

For best results, they do  do recommend cleaning your lash magnets between each use with oil free micellar water meant for waterproof makeup. Using a clean q-tip and the micellar water, you can clean your lashes with both precision and a gentle touch to remove any liner collected on the magnets throughout the day. They’ll be ready to help you slay the day the next time you use them!

They  do not recommend using your MoxieLash makeup remover q-tips on your MoxieLash lashes. Nor do they recommend using any product with oils on your lashes to clean them as oil is a natural adhesive remover and may damage your lashes permanently.

Want to learn more or order a pair of your own MoxieLashes? Go HERE and use coupon Natalie10 to save!


Natalie Jill

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Ask a Health Coach: Dealing with Overwhelm, Naysayers, and Kid-Friendly Fitness

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Hi, folks. In this week’s edition of Ask a Health Coach, Erin shares her strategies for staying on track while sheltering in place, navigating toxic relationships online, and how to make fitness fun for the whole family. Remember, you can ask your questions in the MDA Facebook Group or below this post in the comments section.

I’m really struggling here. Between my new routine and trying to eat healthy, it’s just too much. How do I avoid losing all of my progress during the quarantine? -Lizzie

I actually hear this a lot. Not just from my clients who are heeding the stay-at-home orders right now either. Feeling overwhelmed by a change‘>2 Their negativity is a direct reflection of their self-esteem (or lack thereof), so, turn the other cheek, turn off your notifications, or better yet, block those naysayers from your posts.

Keep doing what you’re doing and rely on relationships with your family and real friends for those times you need an extra dose of support.

How do I get my kids onboard with exercise. Without regular PE classes, they’ve become quite sedentary. Tips on getting them to exercise more? -James

This is a great question, James. With school closures and the suspension of team sports, a lot of families are struggling to find ways to get their kids moving. According to the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition, only one in three kids‘>4 found that teens who didn’t get regular exercise were more likely to develop depression too, so, you’re right to be concerned. But my first rule when it comes to kids and exercise is, don’t force it. You want to paint the picture that fitness is fun. And it can be, you just have to get a little creative given our current circumstances.

While playing at a park or running around with friends is out right now, activities like riding bikes, jumping on a trampoline, dancing, and creating American Ninja Warrior style obstacle courses in the backyard are all awesome forms of exercise.

Also, remember that your kids are always watching you. This is your opportunity to be a positive role model. If you’re lounging on the couch with a bag of chips and a can of pop, how likely are they to drink water and fly through obstacles? Not very. Show them that exercise is important to you as a family — that it’s something you do together — and they’ll follow your lead.


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