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    Where Self-Care is Priority
    And Living Better is the Goal

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Hey Dear,

As a nurse for more than 20 years, I’ve collected a lot of useful tools to take better care of myself and others. I’ve compiled them here as a one-stop shop. It doesn’t matter if you’re a nurse or a caregiver, there is something here for you. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about self-care and other goodies in My Nursing Bag™

Life has become so fast paced that many women suffer from  “Superwoman Syndrome.”  You’re busy being the perfect mom, wife/lover, worker, friend, daughter and the care giver. Do you feel the need to get it all done? Do you rarely say “no” to others? Do you repeatedly take on more responsibility at home, work, church […]

Welcome to The Resource Center Here are some DIY tools to help you on your journey.  Expand your mind, nourish your body and inspire your soul.  Tools will be added throughout the year. Personal Development Tools My Values Check-In & Needs Review Time Management Tools Coming Soon! Self-Compassion 101 Self-Care Activities Daily Gratitude Diary Other […]

Marcelletta Miles, RN, MBA Like most of us, I wear many hats. I’m a preacher’s wife, mom, nurse, busy executive, coach, etc,  Most of all, I’m a lover of life, itself.   I’ve been a care giver all my life, even before my nursing career started. What Makes Me An Expert In 2014, I decided I […]

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What our customers are saying.

  • I have had the good fortune to work with Marcelletta in a professional capacity and as the recipient of her personalized leadership coaching. Marci is responsive and thoughtful. She is engaging, grounded, centered, and passionate about what she does. Marci pulls from a wealth of experiences and training to bring out the best in others – to help individuals reach their goals and be the best they can be. I recommend Marci to anyone interested in furthering their professional and personal development.

    - Tara L.
  • Marcelletta spoke at a gathering of nurses from across the state. Our nurses were rejuvenated and empowered to care for themselves so they can better care for their patients. Marcelletta provided the group with a tool to see where they could assess different areas of their lives to help improve their mindfulness habits. Our group was able to see the positive effects of mindfulness through Marcelletta during her presentation. She was an excellent speaker and our nurses thoroughly enjoyed her presentation. She provides easy to use and remember ways to promote mindfulness to keep you fully engaged. We will definitely have her back to speak again.

    - Adam C.
  • Marcelletta is an amazing leader and coach. She has used her skills and resources to incorporate and facilitate a conscious leadership approach throughout our organization, from senior leadership leading and motivating management teams, management teams leading and motivating staff teams, to staff teams leading and motivating patients in their complex care management efforts to improve the patient experience. Marcelletta’s commitment to, and sharing of, authenticity, mindfulness, self-compassion, and conscious leadership principles has enhanced both my professional and personal growth. Her commitment to compassionate care philosophies continues to facilitate improved change management concepts and approaches, reducing stress during a particularly significant period of organizational change. Thank you, Marci!

    - Sheri M.

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Who is Blocking Your Path to Happiness

Who is Blocking Your Path to Happiness

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Life is Too Short How many times do we hear the phrase, “life is too short?” It’s usually associated with some tragic event such as death and or a terminal illness like cancer. I used to think we take life for granted but we are really living life in a sleepwalking state of being. The […]

What Everybody Ought to Know About Self-Care

What Everybody Ought to Know About Self-Care

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Have you ever reached a point where you just didn’t think you could push yourself for one more minute? And yet, you still had two hours left on your shift, or you still had to help children with homework before everybody went to bed? At that point, you are not just tired. You are exhausted. […]

A Little Self-Compassion, Please

A Little Self-Compassion, Please

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We are taught to always think of others first. We are taught that focusing on ourselves is self-centered and inconsiderate. We need to be taught, though, that it is okay to practice self-compassion. In fact, it is more than okay. It is necessary. When we are coping with a major life event, especially, self-compassion may […]