For me, building a business has been as much as a journey inward as it has been a journey outward.
It’s been a journey to find my edges.
It’s been a journey to face the parts of myself that care deeply what people think, that crumble at the inkling of rejection. It’s been a journey to face the parts of myself that want to tear everything down when I see someone’s perfect Instagram feed, or read their words that are grounded by poetic gravity. It’s been a journey to face the parts of myself that feel raw and scared when I’ve had to take up space and step into visibility.
I’ve had to, through a pounding heart, post my words online, claim my authority and skill, even when I felt like a total imposter. I’ve had to have compassion and patience with my process when what I staked out for myself changed, transformed, and boomeranged back again. I’ve had to hold myself with gentleness when I felt lost, uninspired, and tender. I’ve had to trust that there was a path under my feet, even when I couldn’t see it.
This journey of entrepreneurship has been a teacher and a mirror to challenges that have been with me my whole life. Feeling insecure in myself and my voice, feeling enmeshed with the thoughts and identities of those I admired–and losing myself in the process.
Entrepreneurship brought these parts of me up for healing. And with that, came to consciousness the medicine that has always been with me.
Beautiful, messy, transformative words.
Whether it was writing short stories as a child, writing term papers on shamanic rituals or how the archetypes of Ianna, Persephone, and Nut were alive in me–writing has been my anchor.
It guided me when I was in transition– writing for a local newspaper gave me grounding.
Writing also constellated my biggest dreams — sprawled out in loose handwriting on whiteboards, in journals, and on more purple sticky notes (and napkins) than I can count.
Writing grounded and alivened me when traveling foreign countries and integrating new perspectives and experiences.
Writing was how I individuated at work as I became the go-to, “hey, will you look this over” gal.
Writing has been an act of becoming.
It’s what shores up my edges. It’s what connects me to my body, my heart, and a shared humanity.
So here I am today, copywriting for healers, coaches, and creatives. It took me a while to make sense of why, since all I know is I’m drawn to the work. But the truth is, I love the act of building a business–in all its messiness and healing. I love the transformation that comes from the right words. I love, more than anything, being in creative co-creation with other beautiful souls to help bring their work into the world.
For me, because I’ve been through the struggle (scratch that, am going through it, because aren’t we always in some form or another?), I know that your healing work has asked you to heal. I so deeply honor the act of building a business, putting yourself out there, and the healing and medicine that comes up in the process.
I’m so passionate about helping women stand strong in their voice and their beautiful uniqueness by distilling their message to its essence.
I deeply value creativity, depth, collaboration, the journey, and the trust that everything happens for a reason.
I’m here as your ally, as someone who knows the struggle is real, and as someone who’s been called to hone this craft to transform myself, but really, to be of service to you on your journey of becoming.
Thank you for reading, I know how much you have on your plate and heart, I appreciate your attention.