Eliz Greene
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Farm women from across South Carolina learned about stress management in Eliz’s program Juggling Lessons for Life at the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation’s Women’ s Leadership Conference held at Clemson University. The conference was themed around apples – check out this article about apples reducing your risk of stroke!

After lunch, some of the women had the chance to try out active lifestyle strategies in out Move Your Bootie program.

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Eliz Greene

Eliz Greene works busy people to improve heart health, so they can work well, feel better, and stress less.

She is a heart attack survivor and the author of the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart as well as 3 other books on wellness. She writes one of the top 50 health and wellness blogs and is a sought-after wellness & stress management speaker.

If you are planning a women’s wellness program, workplace wellness program or programs for healthcare professionals check out EmbraceYourHeart.com to see if Eliz would be a good fit with your organization.

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About Eliz Greene

Eliz Greene survived a heart attack at age 35 while seven months pregnant with twins. Her down-to-earth strategies to manage stress and improve heart health and reduce stress are used by thousands of busy people all over the world. She is a motivational wellness speaker, author, and job stress researcher. Visit elizgreene.com to book Eliz for your next event.

4 Responses to “Juggling Lessons at South Carolina Farm Bureau Women’s Conference”

  • Wendy- enjoyed every second of the time you spent encouraging all of us women in Clemson SC…to eat right…move more. I am a kindergarten teacher and being a part of Farm Bureau promoting “Ag in the classroom,” I hope to teach my students the importance of taking care of their health and be a role model. Your session was inspiring through your personal journey as well as researched based. I have been sharing your story. I know other teachers would have benefited from your workshop. I believe that teachers need to find a balance for between school, family and health.

    And celebrating one another as women and ourselves was the best! Without our health, what do we have? How can I benefit children, if I do not take care of my health. Schools need to hear from you! Blessing to you Wendy–

    It was an honor to be a part of the conference.
    St. Helena Island, SC
    all the best-
    Loria

  • Eliz- (sorry I know your name but I was focused on the above e-mail and was thinking about my friend Wendy that I haven’t talked with in a while…much to busy) enjoyed every second of the time you spent encouraging all of us women in Clemson SC…to eat right…move more. I am a kindergarten teacher and being a part of Farm Bureau promoting “Ag in the classroom,” I hope to teach my students the importance of taking care of their health and be a role model. Your session was inspiring through your personal journey as well as researched based. I have been sharing your story. I know other teachers would have benefited from your workshop. I believe that teachers need to find a balance for between school, family and health.

    And celebrating one another as women and ourselves was the best! Without our health, what do we have? How can I benefit children, if I do not take care of my health. Schools need to hear from you! Blessing to you Eliz

    It was an honor to be a part of the conference.
    St. Helena Island, SC
    all the best-
    Loria

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