Nicky Asher-Bowling

I help moms move forward with confidence as they overcome the hurdles of mental health struggles. I am an advocate & Life Coach for mamas who have a lot on their plate. If that, is you, I promise it is going to be okay. Let’s tackle those times of mania and anxiety together. Reach out today, what are you waiting for? It’s time to ROCK! Let’s connect!

I’m Michele but my friends and family call me Nicky. I am 50, I’ve raised 3 boys, Oliver, Winston, & Rhett. I finally found my ‘soulmate’ Glen, and we’ve been married for 11 years. I was raised a Christian by attending Sunday School with my grandma. 

My goal is to help those who have been at their lowest and provide them the tools it takes to get back up and start living life again! I was in this place in 2020. I did not think I had anything to live for anymore but a 15-minute clarity call with my Life & Business coach helped me realize I needed a change, and I could accomplish those in my life. I do consider myself a woman of faith and with his help and the tools I created, I’ve been able to live with depression and excel. I want to teach those skills to you. Instead of surviving, let’s start thriving!

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It's Going To Be Okay!

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Life Coaching

Advocate & Coach for mama’s who have a lot on their plate and are dealing with depression. If that’s you, I promise it’s going to be okay. Let’s connect.

It’s Going To Be Okay! Podcasts

Letting Go with Grace: Overcoming Emotional Attachments to Declutter Your Life It's going to be okay!

Have you ever heard these myths about decluttering? Myth 1: If I get rid of something, I'm getting rid of the memories attached to it. Myth 2: I might need this one day, so I can't let it go. Myth 3: My stuff defines who I am, so I can't part with it. In this episode, we uncover the truth behind these myths and reveal a powerful strategy to help you overcome emotional attachments and declutter your life. In this episode, you will be able to: Uncover the profound effects of decluttering on your lifestyle and wellness. Navigate the continuous journey of decluttering to achieve a more organized life. Understand the emotional ties we have with clutter and how to overcome them. Discover a streamlined approach to wardrobes for a simplified daily routine. Learn how selective retention of books can alleviate clutter woes. Decluttering helps you mentally, emotionally, and even physically. It keeps you more active in your house and gives you a sense of control over your surroundings. – Nicky Asher-Bowling Understand emotional tiesOne of the primary challenges faced during decluttering is the sentimental value attached to belongings. Although it can be difficult to let go of items grounded in emotions or memories, it is necessary for creating a simplified, stress-free environment. It's about striking a balance between keeping what truly matters and letting go of the rest. The resources mentioned in this episode are: Write a review for the podcast episode. Share the podcast episode with a friend. Leave a comment on the podcast episode. Visit Nikki's website at Visit Nikki's YouTube channel. Start decluttering your home. Focus on one area of your house, such as the kitchen, and declutter it. Consider donating unused items to a missions place or nonprofit organization. If you have items you want to sell, consider posting them on social media or using online marketplaces like Facebook Marketplace. Set a number for the amount of clothing items you want to keep, such as 5 tops, 5 pants, etc. Categorize your books and decide which ones to keep based on their impact on your life. Consider renting or buying used books instead of purchasing new ones, especially for technical books that may become outdated quickly. Declutter your bathroom and create clear spaces. Use storage solutions or organizers to keep your home more organized. Consider using visual cues or reminders to stay on top of decluttering and maintaining an organized space. — Send in a voice message:
  1. Letting Go with Grace: Overcoming Emotional Attachments to Declutter Your Life
  2. Reviving Hope: Breaking the Chains of Generational Depression

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Unveiling the Disturbing Connection between Pornography Consumption and the Sex Trafficking Industry

Unveiling the Disturbing Connection between Pornography Consumption and the Sex Trafficking Industry

Ever wondered about the impact of your child’s online activities? In this article, Charity Parenzini, an expert on child safety and protection, explores the link between pornography consumption and the sex trafficking industry. Parenthood in the age of technology presents unique challenges, and Parenzini’s relatable journey into fighting human trafficking serves as a reminder that…

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