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Nov 21, 2017

Each and every one of us has gifts that we have been given and seeds that are meant to be sewn.

What matters isn’t that we have them; what matters is that we cultivate the courage to plant them...and find the willingness to get our hands dirty in the process.

If you’re looking for some guidance on how to do just that, my friends, look no further; Lara Casey has one heck of a green thumb.

Lara is the inspirational powerhouse behind PowerSheets: the “grace filled goal setting planner”, author of the epic book Make it Happen: Surrender your Fear. Take the Leap. Live on Purpose, founder of Southern Weddings Magazine, mother of 3, wife of 1 and devoted mother and wife.

What is most magnetizing about this woman, however, is not on her list of accomplishments; it is her willingness to share her journey with us in full transparency. We are not drawn to her success in all of it’s sparkly-ness just because; we are drawn to it because of the message that’s woven into it. And, as you’ll find out in this episode- the path to our message almost always begins... with our mess.

This conversation has been a long time in the making, and I couldn’t be more excited to share Lara’s genius with each and every one of you.

So get ready to plant some seeds and water the soil, sisters- this one is all about tending to the business of our souls.


  • How pride can become our greatest hinderance

  • How to keep faith even when your journey doesn’t seem to make much sense

  • Why purposeful goals are important

  • How Powersheets came to life

  • What mindful parenting actually looks like in practice

  • Lara’s secret to a strong and faithful marriage


  • How have you found your voice and the courage to share it?

  • What has lead you to this part of your story?

  • What is your favorite flower and why?

  • What is the story behind how Powersheets began?

  • What is your “Mama Mission”?

  • What is the constant theme that you’re being tasked to do your deepest work around?

  • If you could go back to any former version of yourself, what would you say to her?


“I was chasing all the wrong things, and I was chasing them because I thought that they were attached to my worth.”

“Anything can change with careful nurturing, tending and getting our hands in the dirt...because good things grow in the dirt, not despite it.”

“No matter how small you perceive your pool of influence is; it matters.”

“It really is those points of pain we experience, that might just be the very things that bring us the deepest connections with other people.”

“Even when you can’t see it or feel it, there is life below the surface.”

“You can’t do it all and do it well.”

“The pursuit of my life is to hopefully serve people.”