When people ask me what I do...

The waters get really deep really fast.

I am a woman who’s known suffering. I’ve known what it means to grow up in a situation that is traumatizing to the core.

I know what it means to look in the face the worst fear you can imagine as a human: the possible loss of your children.

I’ve known suffering and fear and overwhelm and panic and "how the hell did this happen and why am I being punished?", but through it all, I find myself thankful for the experiences. Thankful for where they have led me.

I am not perfect (don't tell my husband).

I am not all knowing.

I’m not a guru.

I’m a mom and a woman who’s been through some heavy, heartbreaking, life changing shit and found a way to navigate this negative world so that I’m doing more good than bad. So that I’m not leaving it more damaged than it was when I arrived.

I’m a woman who’s figured out what she believes and how to find perspective in the darkest moments. 

 In a nutshell, I teach grace.

I teach women (and a few men) how to walk through this life gracefully, peacefully and with impact. Impact on your children, your partner or spouse and the stranger at the store. Beautifully co-creating the life you want to live with your higher power fully behind you, and gracefully navigating the choppy waters of this world and it's negative charge.

This Graceful Life consists of 4 things:

  • Belief in something larger than yourself
  • A willingness to think and choose differently
  • The courage to look at and let go of your fears
  • An open mind to dream bigger than ever before

 

When people ask me what I do, I tell them that I teach them how to find the calm and perspective in the real life moments like sharpie drawings on the newly painted walls, a spouse cheating, the neighbor being a jerk or family members who blame everyone but themselves for their shitty lives.

This isn't about being perfect. It's not about being some hyped up spiritual guru who is all knowing, walking through life spouting nonsense that no one can relate to.

It's about getting through your day with grace, with perspective and leaving it better than when you started.

 

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