If this was a typical About Page, this spot riiiiiiiiiiiight over 👉here👈 would be the place where I'd dazzle you with my job title.
This would, of course, be a neat little descriptive phrase that would make your eyes glisten with admiration. Something trendy, maybe, like life coach, or digital nomad, or success catalyst.
But after almost a decade of grappling to define what I do in a brisk-and-nimble way, I realized that I — like you — don’t fit into a well-regulated little box, no matter how much the world would like to shove me in there. (Sound familiar?)
I’m an artist, a writer, a teacher, a designer, and a mentor. I’m a spiritual seeker and a storyteller. I’m a guide and a strategist, a mother and a wife, a creative entrepreneur, a lifelong learner, and an unconventional, uninhibited woman.
Asking me to summarize all that identity panache into a specific job title that describes who I am is impossible. But telling you what I do? That’s beautifully simple:
I empower other women to discover and acknowledge who they are. Beneath the conventional titles, under the family roles and responsibilities, beyond the business-card inscriptions and the side-gig hustle duties.
Figuring out who you truly are — way down deep in the ooey-gooey molten-chocolate depths of your immaculate soul — is the beginning of having everything you crave.
If you know who you are, you know what you want.
And once you know what you want — what you really, really want (to quote my 90’s girl crushes, the Spice Girls) — you’re one step closer to achieving all those wild and thrilling dreams you’ve been secretly harbouring.
So that’s where I come in.
I’ll teach you how to use my collection of unconventional tools, techniques, and self-exploration exercises so you can uncover your inner wild woman, your rock star desires, and your not-so-secret identity (mask and cape totally optional!).
To get the most out of working with me, all I ask is that you remain:
Receptive to as much or as little woo-woo as you feel comfortable with.
Ready and willing to work at this self-discovery and self-exploration thing.
Open to confronting mild discomfort and fear of change.
Willing to experiment with various tools and techniques. This could include stuff like heart-felt journaling, various modes of artistic expression, archetypal work, and so much more! (Seriously, this is the fun part!)