Corey Spiegel is a mom of 2 teenagers and the founder of Light House, a community for like-minded women of all ages (even teens) to have real conversations on real topics with real people about real life. Through their many classes, Corey has created a safe space for women to be themselves, be supported and be heard in a confidential, judgement-free environment.
After spending over 25 years as a senior executive working in the entertainment space, she always wondered why there wasn’t a mommy and me type of group for those in the later stages of life? At work she was always reporting to several Board of Directors and then it clicked, why couldn’t she have her own Board of Directors for her personal life? And after 25+ years she left the corporate world to launch Light House and help support other women find their personal board of directors.
In this episode we talk all about her journey and inspiration behind Light House, why having a personal Board of Directors is important, being a mom of teenagers, and how she prioritizes self-care (especially movement, clean eating and sleep) in her life after losing 82 pounds, plus her favorite skin care products.
One of my favorite quotes from the episode: “You’re not meant to do life alone and you don’t have to.”
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