Let's Be Real For A Minute
Life is HARD. You’re expected to do all the things and be your best self for everyone in your circle. You show up day in and day out with very little return on the effort and energy you put in. None of us have enough time in our days and
It gets SO overwhelming! Am I right?
I have always been the shy, non-confrontational, small thinking- kind of lady with very limiting beliefs in myself. I was able to dream big dreams and see so much potential in others but I could never find that vision and purpose for myself. I legit thought I was meant to live a life of mediocrity.
So What Happened? How Am I A Success Now?
It’s so simple, and a little cliche, but I changed one thing in my life.
I changed my mindset.
After going through a pretty devastating and toxic relationship, I was finally stripped down to the core. Emotionally, I was so drained that I don’t think I even cried for a better part of a year- and let me tell you, It was a TRAUMATIC year.
Without getting into too much detail, let me just say that: All of my insecurities, all of my failures, all of my mistakes were exposed for my family to see and scrutinise. They didn’t do any of that. Of course, they would never not support me through a rough time. And I love them for it.
But, In my mind, I was alone to deal with my mess that I had made of my life. I was too proud to fully account for my part in the situation that left me empty and emotionally fatigued.
in that time of vulnerability that no one would love me the way that I wanted to be loved if I didn’t even LIKE myself and who I was becoming.
And so, at my rock bottom- I vowed to come back full circle and BE the person that was worthy of the love and acceptance that I was so desperate for. My best friend (now husband) taught me a very important lesson throughout all of this. And still today, we remind one another of it.
I learned that I was ALWAYS capable of the things that I wanted and needed in life- I just need to design a life that worked for me- not a life that society told me I should have.
Together, We Designed A Life We Deserve.
Once we had decided what we wanted in life and how we could get there. We started to take steps towards bigger and better dreams. We went from working long hours in retail to living a lifestyle full of adventure, travel, new friends, and new culture.
Yep, he joined the military.
And I- yet again, was forced to start anew. None of my licenses transferred as we moved. The flexible work I could find was entry level- but I had student loans to pay. So- I was on a mission to make this new life work with my innate ambition to be financially independent and successful in family and career.
I wanted it all and the instability of the military was not going to be the reason why I couldn’t have it.
Enter Epiphany Number Two ...
Out of frustration and sheer luck I found a solution that worked for us and our crazy schedules. At this point I had 2 kids (my youngest not born yet) under the age of two and no family support locally to help with kids.
So I had find a way to make money.. and not just entry level money- but money that could retire us on a decent salary years down the road.
After lots of research, a ton of trial and error, and sheer stubborness.
I finally built a business that served me and my family and one that could move anywhere that the military took us (as long as I had good WiFi).
My business allows me to make more money in one month than I could have made in 6 months in my previous jobs.
And the best part? I did it all while being present in raising my three kids, moving duty station to duty station (military families move A LOT)- And most days, I did it all in my favorite oversized T and leggings while drinking my fancy coffee.
AND I still had time to homeschool (COVID Times).
Honestly, If I figured out how to walk this journey starting from a place of darkness and now thriving in a place of abundance, then I truly believe that you can too. And I invite you to design a life for yourself that is full of everything you’ve ever hoped it to be.
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