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BY SUSAN R. KILEY

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Shizzle happens to everyone, that doesn’t make you or me a bad person. 

Because we are human. No one enjoys dropping the ball. No one likes criticism. No one likes to disappoint others. 

Here we speak about: 

  1. Balance
  2. Breathe
  3. Plan

There is always a better way. There are a ton of resources and ways – it’s only a matter of finding the one (or multiple ones) that work for you and your lifestyle – no more shizzle days! 

So how do you handle the shizzle? Let’s talk about it! 

Susan R Kiley is an author, content creation expert, blogger, podcast host and YouTube host. She provides real-world information on how to build wildly happy and successful businesses using content without overwhelm. The Success YOU podcast is all about empowering today’s content creator, aspiring writer and YOU to finally do the dang thing and start doing today that truly makes you happy! Susan also runs a digital agency, Kiley Media.

2 Responses

  1. Thank you for sharing. I grew up in a single house and became a single parent 7 years ago. It’s not easy to balance family, business or relationships, often I fail, but not out of a lack of trying. I found that it’s okay to be honest and not, as you say, have all your shizzle together, okay.

    1. Similar pasts and current lives. Thank you for sharing, you are human like many of us trying to balance it all, and often, we fail. That’s okay, shizzle happens and we keep moving forward doing the best we can in the moment.

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