I’ve been there, sister.
I used to live my life in a fog of unhappiness.
At one point, I was in a relationship where I was told I smiled too big, I was embarrassing, I was too much.
I felt like my weight defined me.
I was always trying to shrink. Make myself smaller so I didn’t stand out. Make other people feel more comfortable around me. Not rock the boat.
I started making small changes -- and that’s when everything changed.
I found my joy again. I left that relationship.
And I became a life coach because I want to help women find their joy.
Here’s a hint: finding your joy is not about doing more of what you think you “should” do.
When you coach one-on-one with me, the first thing we do is abandon the “shoulds".
We start digging into the “wants". That’s where the juicy stuff lives.
Even if all you want is to stay in bed and watch Netflix.
When we honor our wants and desires in small ways, our larger wants and desires begin to make themselves known.
And that’s where the magic happens.
That’s where you find your purpose: your sweet spot of service to the universe.
The gifts that only you can bring.
The yearning that’s deep and pure because it’s connected to a need you know you can fill and you want to fill.
More … you.