Writer & Coach for the Soul
Hello and Happy New Year! To start off 2021 in the right direction, I want to introduce you to my friend, Susan Arico from New England. Susan writes with a focus on our beautiful souls.
In her own words, I believe a soul is a beautiful thing to have, and a terrible thing to waste. Many of us are wasting our souls without realizing it by giving them away, a byte at a time, to our cell phones. Susan Arico
Isn’t that just beautiful? While also being an eye-opening statement.
I knew I struggled with letting my cell phone take over my life before I met Susan. I was aware of the problem but had no clear steps for how to take back my focus on the right things.
Susan’s website and blog (www.susanbarico.com) are FULL of wonderful advice, tips, tricks, and soul-searching ideas to help you focus more on your soul and less on your cell (phone).
One of the wonderful things (out of many) about Susan is her gentle guidance and encouragement to conquer your cell phone use. Teaching you –
"your soul matters. less cell (phone), more soul." Susan Arico
She has a quiet, authority which is powerful and uplifting. I love to hear her talk about this subject. Her passion for our souls and well-being is clearly heard in her voice and resonates with my soul.
For 2021, I want to learn to let my soul rest and my phone to not dictate my comings and goings. Thanks to Susan’s passion, I have a way to do this.
Besides blogging where she supports your phone goals and soul growth, she also runs personal phone challenges to help you stay accountable and offers screen coaching to help you go deeper in your journey.
Susan puts heart and passion into everything she does. She not only writes about the soul, but also has a passion for ending slavery and sex trafficking, and just a love of kids in general.
She talks often about her family (husband and four kiddos) and you will hear the love for them in all of her writings. Definitely check out her blog posts about living in Greece for three years.
I hope you have enjoyed getting to know a little bit more about my friend, Susan. I truly feel her ministry is an important and impactful one. I hope you check out her website and learn more from my wise friend.
Until next time, may God’s grace surround you,
Please note photos for this blog post are from my friend’s website.