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Marta Goertzen

Marta Goertzen is an entrepreneur, writer, WordPress Website developer, and nature photographer. She daily explores the trails and beaches of the South Central Oregon Coast with her dogs Oliver & Mochi. You can follow along on their adventures on Instagram. Marta also fully believes that change starts with gratitude and that gratitude can change everything. Find out how with the "Grateful Friday 7-Days of Gratitude Starter Kit"

Let’s Talk About Easing Into the New Year on a Softer Note In several conversations recently, including with my Selah Mastermind group, the idea of easing into the New Year instead of forcing it has come up a lot. Gotta tell ya, this year, I’m really latching onto this idea. Confession time. I’m great at […]

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does your calendar reflect your priorities?

What things in your life do you consider non-negotiables? It’s that time of year where we reflect on what happened during the year and consider what we want next year to look like. As you go through your year-end review and planning, here are a couple of questions you should ask: These are valuable questions

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This image showed up in my Instagram feed recently from author and trauma therapist, Aundi Kolber. (By the way, I highly recommend her book, “Try Softer: A Fresh Approach to Move Us Out of Anxiety, Stress, and Survival Mode-and into a Life of Connection and Joy”). In her post, which you can see here, she

Doing some deep work? You need to schedule deep rest. Read More »

Project Description: Wendy Perry Consulting Website: Website Project Goals: Through a series of events, Wendy lost her website and previous domain. Our primary goal was to find a way to re-publish her website with as much previous content we could locate. Wendy also needed a streamlined website that worked on multiple mobile devices. We

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