How to stay positive during your mid-life crisis

Life, with its vibrant tapestry of experiences, often presents us with a daunting phase known as a mid-life crisis. Usually surfacing between the late 30s to mid-50s, this life phase can be a tumultuous time of self-questioning, reassessment, and a longing for change. However, it's crucial to perceive this life chapter as a transformative phase that holds the potential for personal growth.

Busy Parent’s Guide to a Cost-Efficient and Organized Life

Human Design Tools helps you become lighter, clearer, and have more flow in your life. Connect with us today to learn more!
mom with computer who is starting a business and kid is on the bed too, trying to get a peak of what she is working on. image credit is pexels

Guide for Mompreneurs business startup

Being a mompreneur is a challenging but rewarding experience. With the right mindset, strategies, and support, you can build a successful business while still having plenty of

Relationships by Design Type

We are designed to love ourselves and be powerful and unique expressions, each showing up with our own design. Each day we can decide our direction. But conditioning will sometimes take us off the path on our own and in relationships. So, the first step, if you are not currently in a relationship, is to come from a place of authenticity so you attract what’s truly right for you.

How to De-Stress as an Entrepreneur

Whether you’re a brand-new business owner or simply looking to grow your current endeavors, stress is part of the package. However, stress and anxiety don’t have to control how you run your business.

Ripples of Kindness

Have you ever thanked someone for doing their job?  If not, try it and see what happens. What if someone thanked you for doing what you are paid to do? You can make the world a better place by thanking people that constantly help us but we tend to take out our frustrations on...

Pressure in your Human Design chart

Is your Head Center open? The Head Center is pressured to answer questions—but they are not always yours to answer.

Human Design

For Moms Book

Quick Line

Your Vision