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#168: Can I Live a Full Life With an Empty Nest? With Jill Savage

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There is just something about an empty nest. Sometimes you can’t decide whether you feel grief or delight. You’re caught between wanting to hold on to the past and letting go to grab your new freedom. Empty nesting can be a disorienting time, but it can also become the best season of your life, if you’ll let it.

Today author Jill Savage will guide you through this unpredictable season. She’ll teach you what you need to let go of and what you need to hold on to. You'll get practical tips that will give you confidence and clarity. An empty nest can be full of joy, so stick around and find out how. And, if you’re a mom whose nest is full, Jill will coach you up to make this transition easier when it comes!

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