All Things Zen
Jen and Natasha have been friends and occasional co-conspirators for many years, but it wasn’t until 2019 that they decided to join forces and combine their areas of expertise.
As two busy women juggling high-profile jobs, family and friends, bills, and everything else life throws their way, they know what it’s like to feel stressed out and overwhelmed. From personal experience they also know what it’s like to pull themselves out of that place by using the right tools and resources to get their lives into alignment.
They created In the Life of Zen and the Where Money Meets Soul podcast as a way to share those tools and resources with others, so that they too can turn their desires into reality.
Stress management, success, financial freedom, work/life balance, abundance – whatever you want to create in your life, you can have it and they can help you get there. Sometimes all it takes to achieve your goals is a tribe of people cheering you on and wanting you to succeed and they’re here to do just that for each one of you.
At one point in time, Jennifer and her husband found themselves with over $190,000 in credit card debt, car loans, and a school loan; and realizing that their only way out was to create an intentional lifestyle. After paying off their debt and taking control of their lives, Jennifer created In the Life of Zen, a platform that shares inspiration, guidance, and practical tips to help others achieve financial freedom; juggle the demands of home, family, and careers; and fulfill their purpose without sacrificing their dreams.
In addition to pursuing her passions, Jennifer is the Vice President of Business Development for a healthcare media company, an industry she has served in for over 20 years, continuously leading a top-performing sales team.
Jennifer marries her knowledge of business with a love for achieving greatness in hopes of inspiring others to live their best lives.
Natasha has been writing for the health and wellness industries for over 14 years. She believes that when people take the time to prioritize their spiritual, physical, and mental health, it leads to more balanced, happier living. She feels that when we get our head, heart, and body in alignment, life becomes more enjoyable and she loves helping people learn how to get to that place.
Natasha is the co-founder of In the Life of Zen and the online art magazine, TreeHouse Arts. She is a published author, certified EFT/TFT Tapping Practitioner, Meditation Practitioner, and Stress Management Coach, whose articles, fiction, and poetry have appeared in numerous publications nationwide.
She is a graduate of Chapman University in Southern California, where she received her MFA in Creative Writing and MA in English Literature. She received her BA in English/Journalism from Madonna University in Michigan.