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Stacey Rutus

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Anastasiya (a.k.a. Stacey), a native Ukrainian who has called San Francisco her home since 2014, is a strong advocate for women’s rights in business and in play, and loves to promote self-care and me-time. Becoming a mom two years ago allowed her to reevaluate what self-care means and put her on a path towards freedom from the corporate world. Anastasiya is an avid traveler, speaks 5 languages, loves good food, good books and chilling on Ocean Beach after getting a much needed manicure! She has lived in Greece, traveled to 5 continents including Antarctica (the one near South Pole), visited 25 states in the continental US, and was on track to hit 30 countries when COVID hit. She has turned her passion into the profession of Travel Designer, saving clients countless hours and energy spent in front of search engines and transforming the way people think about planning for getaways.
An Alternative to Muir Woods Park: Guerneville

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Mother’s Day gift That quiet morning, only the sounds of the trees moving in the rhythm of their own and the rustling of the paper book pages were heard. No children, no chores, no meal...
How to Entertain Your Kids at Home During Summer by Giving Them Control

How to Entertain Your Kids at Home During Summer by Giving Them Control

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Are your kids home for the summer and need a full-staff animation team to keep them engaged for you to maintain your job and sanity? One of my rest coach clients shared that her ten and 12-year-old kids don’t...
Ice cream or cake: a guide to a birthday party

Ice Cream or Cake: A Guide to a Birthday Party

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Have you ever wished the birthday party planning was manageable? I just wrapped up the birthday party, and here is my guide to making it fun and not overwhelm yourself in the process. Strong opinions vs....
3 steps to finding rest in your busy day

3 Steps to Finding Rest in Your Busy Day

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As a Rest Coach and Strategist, I often hear from my clients that they are super busy and don’t have the time to rest during the day. Here are three easy steps to find a...
How to recharge your energy through emotional boundaries

How to Recharge Your Energy Through Emotional Boundaries

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Boundaries can be physical (like closed doors in our rooms and apartments), or emotional (like saying no to your child who wants you to play one more game today when all you want to...
I am sound sensitive.

I Am Sound Sensitive.

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How we learn about the world through books

How We Learn About the World Through Books

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What no one tells you about solo getaways

What No One Tells You About Solo Getaways

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Hey fellow parent, How are you? Are you tired? Do you have days when you want to hide from your child(ren) or avoid the to-do list for the day? When was the last time you took time for...
Salty August: How I Soaked in the Bath Every Day for a Month!

Salty August: How I Soaked in the Bath Every Day for a Month!

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August was a national wellness month. I created an experiment to celebrate the importance of wellness and encourage my network and my rest-coaching-clients to practice something joyful and fun. It was a wellness challenge...
Rest and Self Care Lab: Part 2: Your Worst Case Scenario

Rest and Self Care Lab: Part 2: Your Worst-Case Scenario

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*This series of articles is on establishing sustainable rest and self-care routines. You can learn about the tools to uncover what is important to you and ways to change your current situation to rest, reset...
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