You’re not weird…or special.

This blog is about you and people like us.

We are intuitive, passionate, creative, and innovative.

We are sensitive, anxious, controlling, panicked, and stuck.

The world needs you to get unstuck. Your children need you to step fully into your gifts. Your partner needs you to get unstuck too.

And you need you to get unstuck.

Because you have so much potential for joy. Seriously.

Because you have so much potential for helping people.

Because you deserve to be happy. 

When you are willing to get your values in order, and when you know how to decide intentionally what you want to devote your time and your drive toward…

You will be unstoppable.

But you knew that, didn’t you?

There’s a voice inside you who has always known that. You have a purpose here.

How can this blog help me?

For most of you…it won’t.

Because:

Some of us are too “stressed out.” You soooo relate to the information on this page, but feel overwhelmed by it and go back to scrolling on Instagram. That will be the case for most people with our personality type. 

Some of us think we’re too “special” or “weird.” (Enneagram 4, anyone?) There’s nothing out there we could learn that will help us in our uber-unique situation.

I took on these practices because I realized something when I became a parent:

I don’t want to live like this anymore.  

This life that’s beautiful and blessed…

…and has all the joy sucked out of it by my patterns of anxiety, indecision, and my lack of confidence in my hot-mess-holy-shit-there’s-a-child-here-now-what-do-I-do-ness.

In the first three years of my daughter’s life, I flitted around between

  • depression,
  • level 8 anxiety,
  • lack of motivation in my business,
  • disorganization,
  • irritability toward everyone I love,
  • and tons of anger about the circumstances that I felt were making life so especially difficult for me.  

Where to Start

This “blog” is most useful when you have a piece of paper and a pen handy.

It’s a worksheet-style experience that involves me asking a lot of questions of YOU to help you figure out what’s best for you.

And remember:

Your growth is not going to be glamorous. It’s going to be growth.

Your healing is not going to be glamorous. It’s going to be healing.

We all have to start somewhere. Go to the blog and do your work in your journal or visit this page to learn a little more about me.