I’m so excited to announce that The Breathe Intensive will be making it’s way to Phoenix, Arizona!! Our Phoenix Intensive group will be quite intimate in size, so email me at aloha{at}natalienortonblog{dot}com to reserve your seat today!

What is The Breathe Intensive?

The Breath Intensive is a business and lifestyle rework for moms. It’s a remarkable opportunity to dig deep, get clear, set goals, and learn tried and true systems that will help you balance and structure your life for ultimate success and JOY. Click here for a more detailed description.

Is The Breathe Intensive right for you?

Read sample participant profiles here.

What others are saying:

“I wrote this e-mail over and over in my head for 5 hours as I drove home last night.  ‘How do I adequately tell her what she’s done to my life?’  Two little words–’thank you’–just aren’t enough.  I came to the workshop with pretty high expectations.  You promised life change after all.  And even with that promise, you under-promised and over delivered.  Honestly.  I am so excited for the future.  For who I get to become.”


“I came home from Breathe feeling so refreshed.  Excited for the future.  Excited to ACT and to DO.”

“Yesterday we had a friend of the boys over for dinner. Reed said to him, ‘My mom used to be on the computer all the time. But now she’s only on it sometimes, and she sets the timer. It’s really cool, dude.’ My 8-year-old. Bragging! About my progress! About my effort to prioritize! :) Made my heart happy, so happy, and so full.”

“Thank you for your continued involvement with all of us.  It’s a testament to your character that you continue to stay invested in all of us even after the workshop is over.  It’s the workshop that keeps on giving.”

“Since attending Breathe, I’ve really tried to make some big adjustments. . . .I’ve been spending more time with my kiddos and less time on the computer. I set business hours and am really trying to stick to them. I’ve begun to say “no” to things I don’t want to shoot so that the time I spend away from my family working is time doing something that I’m passionate about.”

From an attendee’s happy husband:

“I have been meaning to e-mail you and let you know how much of an impact you’ve had on our life in such a short time.  We’re still working through all the info Jenny got from your Breathe workshop, and we’ve came up with some pretty cool ideas. . . .Just wanted to let you know that you’re doing some wonderful things in this world that are bringing joy to many people, making life easier and more enjoyable, and many other things. . . . Just awesome stuff, really!”

Can’t wait to see YOU in Phoenix!

Register online, here, or email me at aloha{at}natalienortonblog{dot}com with any questions you might have!

The response to The Breathe Intensive has been out of this world! I’m so excited, amazed really, by the way everything is coming together, from the wonderful women who will be attending, to the beautiful venue, to the exciting sponsors who have come on board to support us! I’m so full of gratitude and excitement that I feel like my heart is going to explode.

I’m so excited to welcome:

Adorama, The Vintage Pearl, Fotofafa, Mike Colón Photographer

Thank you all! I’m completely honored to have you on board.

Now, I know you’re all dying to hear the recipient of The Breathe Scholarship. I literally spent hour upon hour (upon hour) reading (and re reading) nearly 200 entries. Many of you moved me to tears, and I want you to know how touched I was by you genuinely sharing your hearts with me. This decision was a heavy one to carry; I took the process very seriously. Each.and.every.one.of.you is SO DESERVING. In the end I had to “simply” rely on my gut.

A HUGE congratulations to:

Crystalyn Nilson & Lindsay Ross

Contact me at aloha{at}natalienortonblog{dot}com and we’ll complete your registration process ASAP! I can’t wait to meet you both!

An absolute favorite from Kit and Nichole’s beautiful North Shore wedding.


Today, I reminded myself that life is too short not to spend more of it outside.

I also plan to put on my prettiest dress and spin in circles at sunset.



PS. Only 3 more days to “apply” for The Breathe Scholarship!

Breathe, because nothing’s more important than them.
Image credit: my dear friend Amelia Lyon. Circa when Amelia? 2007?!

The Breathe Scholarship! Enter Now!

You know you want to be with us in Vegas on February 22nd, and you’ve got to know that I really want you to be there too! I really, really do.

I’m starting a revolution, and I want YOUR family, YOUR business, YOU to be a part of that.

I’m ready. Ready to make big waves affecting the way mothers approach their businesses, their families, their marriages, their LIVES. Scratch that! I’m ready to make big waves affecting the way YOU approach YOUR business, YOUR family, YOUR marriage, YOUR life! You deserve brilliance, balance and fulfillment at home, passion and purpose in your marriage, and remarkable satisfaction, sustainability and success in your businesses. And you are completely and totally capable of making that happen in your own life, right now. There’s no magic bullet here, just tried and true tools, ideas and resources. If you’re ready and willing to put them into play in the routines that make up your own world, you will see a radical change in the culture of your home, the happiness in your marriage, and last but certainly not least, your bottom line.

No matter where you are in your business and life, if you are a mother and an entrepreneur (or hope to be), this workshop is for you. It will literally change your life. Lofty promise? Not in the least. I’m THAT confident that if you’re willing to put in the smart work, The Breathe Intensive will revolutionize your life from the ground up.

Again, I’m starting a revolution, and I want YOU to be a part of it. So. . .

I’m giving away not one, but TWO seats to The Breathe Intensive in Las Vegas on February 22nd!

To enter:

1. Comment below and tell me why you want to come to Breathe. You don’t have to say much, just make sure it’s completely and totally transparent and comes from the deepest corner of your heart.
2. Tweet, Facebook, blog, Tumble the news about the giveaway. Shout it from the rooftops if you must (here is the direct link to this post), because if your friend enters and wins, guess what? They get to bring YOU along as their guest!
3. All entries must be received in the comment section below by no later than Friday, February 4th at 11:58pm Hawaii Standard Time. (Yes, 11:58pm. Why? Because I’m the boss around here and that just made me laugh out loud).

Winners will be announced Monday, February 7th. (Or you may secure your seat by registering now, here.)

Good luck!

I CANNOT WAIT to see you at The MGM Grand!



Wondering if The Breathe Intensive is right for you? Take a moment to read the profiles below. Do any of them (or even bits and pieces of each) strike a chord in your heart and mind?

Gabby is a young mom with small children at home. She and her husband were hit hard by the recent shifts in the economy, and Gabby is so happy to have a way that she can user her passion for photography to contribute to the family financially while still having the flexibility of setting her own hours so she can still be there for her kids. However, her business is growing like wildfire, and Gabby is really struggling to keep her head above the water. She has a hard time compartmentalizing her work and family life, so one thing is constantly bleeding into the other. She tries to uphold a level of professionalism with her clients by staying up on their calls and emails and responding immediately to their needs, but the flip side is that she’s not as available to meet the immediate needs of her family. She’s suddenly found that she isn’t getting dinner on the table at night and that she’s spending time on the computer that she generally spent reading to her kids or playing with them in the yard. As if over night, the house is all backed up, dishes piling up in the sink, and laundry is overflowing in the hampers. When Gabby DOES make the effort to put her family first, she’s disappointing clients with long wait times, sub par work or lack of communication and clarity. Even her ever supportive husband is starting to grumble and question the current state of things. She’s really worrying about how she’s going to maintain this breakneck pace, especially now that she’s expecting her third child in about 6 months. She is afraid, she doesn’t want to let her clients down and she CERTAINLY doesn’t want to fail at home. She’s searching desperately for a way to make it all work.

Wendy is a wife, a mom, and an event coordinator, in that order. While she LOVES bringing things together to help brides create the weddings of their dreams, she’s always believed that things should be prioritized with God and her marriage at the helm. With the demands of clients and kids–and all of their needs being SO IMMEDIATE–she’s found that her relationship with her husband is suffering. There’s just not enough of her to go around! She wants desperately to make it all work, but for Pete’s sake, he can take care of himself! Suddenly she’s finding herself resenting him for needing so much attention from her when she has so.many.other.things.that.need.to.get.done. They have turned in to passing ships at home, co habiting and co parenting, but not really living with love, joy and passion for each other like they used to. Wendy is at the point where she really wants that back. She’s reconnecting with her original goals for her family, the center of which has always been to have a happy, connected, love-filled marriage. She’s ready and willing to put in the work to make room for her husband, right where he belongs, at the center of her life and heart. But she’s scared. She’s afraid that if she makes that shift, her clients, her children, or both, will suffer.

Peggy is just getting going! She’s just found her passion for design and her response from friends and family and the few clients she’s had tells her that she really has a promising future in this! She’s excited and motivated toward success. She’s thrilled to have found a way to contribute financially to her family while still being able to be a great wife and mother.  Because her family matters most to her, she wants to start off on the right foot! She’s anticipating the struggles moving forward and wants to build a STRONG and RELIABLE foundation so that when the storms of growth come, as she knows they will, she’ll be prepared to face them head on without sacrificing the integrity of her family unit. Peggy is a planner! She knows she wants more children and she wants to be sure that she plans well and builds her company in a way that will be sustainable as her family and her business grows.

Gertrude has been in business forever. She’s of the “slow and steady wins the race” mentality, but she’s been trucking along for some time now and just can’t seem to break through to any kind of measurable success. She sees other bloggers who have been in business for less than a year who are by FAR exceeding her in business and forward momentum. She’s ready to GO! But she’s a mom, and she’s always put her kids first. She simply doesn’t know how to set up her life so that she can support her family emotionally as a mother, keep up with her housework AND help her business grow! She just doesn’t understand how these people do it! She’s always assumed that successful people are all running sloppy families behind the scenes, but  she’s starting to wonder if there may jut be a way to have significant and measurable success at home and in her entrepreneurial endeavors. She wants to learn how to make it a real win/win. How to strike a REAL harmony between her business and her family life.

Maggie is not a  mom, yet. She’s already running a successful business and has it all together on the home front. She’s completely confident in her ability to make things happen in her career. She’s a go getter and has achieved quantifiable success in the short time she’s been in business. She’s on a roll. She’s built real, significant and sustainable forward momentum, but she and her husband have always wanted kids. She wants to be a mom. She’s experienced the thrill of building a business from the ground up, and now, she wants to experience the joy and happiness that come from being a mother. She worries about her business. She worries that if she has a child, in order to give him/her the time and attention they need and deserve, her business will fail. She won’t be able to keep all the balls in the air. She needs to build a foundation to prepare her for the road ahead, because one thing she’s learned and personifies in her life is: “If anything is worth doing, it’s worth doing well.” She’s afraid, but is holding on to hope that she can do both and do both well. She’s looking for the knowledge and skills to show her the way.

Sarah is a real go getter. When she decided she wanted to be a photographer, she dove head first into learning everything she could about the business and art of it. With 2 kids at home, and running the show on her own, out of necessity, she promptly developed a handle on the business of outsourcing; she was committed to doing everything she could to put her children first. But despite all her very best efforts, she soon realized that there was a LOT more to this concept of balance than the often taught principle of outsourcing. She’s holding things together, yes, but she’s EXHAUSTED. She’s working herself to the bone and feels completely and totally spent and frazzled all the time. She gives 100% of her time to her children and her business and while they are both thriving, she has NOTHING left for herself. She feels terrible, doesn’t remember the last time she exercised and hasn’t had time for herself since circa 1999. Sarah has completely lost herself; she’s discovering that balance means a whole lot more than she ever thought it did. . . it’s not just family and business. . . there has to be space in there somewhere for her. But she’s so afraid. She’s worked so hard at getting CONTROL of things in her family and business, that she’s terrified to rock that boat. Terrified that if she takes time for herself, everything might just fall to pieces. She doesn’t want to let anyone down! But, she’s also terrified that if she DOESN’T take some time for herself, to recharge, to rediscover herself, she’s literally going to sink.


I’ll be completely transparent, at one point or another, I could relate to bits and pieces of each of these women’s stories. It’s been in and through my having to navigate these same types of difficulties and circumstances that The Breathe Intensive was born. The principles included in the curriculum of this intensive have caused a 180° in my life, heart, business and family, and I’m confident that the application of these principles in your family and business will be absolutely transformational as well.

Email aloha{at}natalienortonblog{dot}com to reserve your seat!

Need more information to determine if Breathe is right for you? Here you go.