For a long time I felt like I had blurry edges. I felt fragile in my sense of self and learned to adapt by taking on the energy, interests, personalities, of those around me.
This worked for a long time. However, there was a point when my foundation started to crack.
I felt lost, tired, and achingly hungry for alignment.
I dove into my astrology studies. I committed to operating with my Human Design as a Projector. I ditched the version of my business that I had created, but didn’t really want. I began the process of deconditioning and reclaiming cast of parts of myself. I made it a mission to reclaim my voice and align with the message I’m uniquely here to share.
Slowly, but surely, those blurry edges started to solidify.
I felt more confident in my voice. I found a rhythm that was my own. I played to my strengths. Started working with the grain rather than against it. I let go of shoulds. I said no a lot more. I built something that was truly my own. And with all this, everything changed.
My work felt joyful, creative, and oh so fulfilling. The clients I got to work with were beautiful matches. I felt ease, magic, and spaciousness in my work. I felt more myself than ever before.
I’m passionate about helping women come home to themselves, see themselves clearly, and translate that medicine into their message and creative work. We have an opportunity to dance with our own unfolding. In doing so, we create from a deep place of aligned individual truth, and the external world begins to buzz with resonance.
A little more about me:
- I have years of experience working in the counseling and mental health field
- I sharpened my writing chops writing for a local newspaper and as a copywriter.
- I have my Bachelor’s degree in English
- I’m Jungian trained and have my Master’s degree in Depth Psychology.
- I’m an INFJ.
- A Pisces sun with a Scorpio moon and rising.
- I live in beautiful Northern California with my partner and our fur babies.
- I’m fueled by plants and I love veganizing my favorite comfort foods.
- My partner nicknamed me Spud because of how many potatoes I eat.
- Traveling fills me up like no other.
- We have a German Shepherd named Gary. He’s the best, especially because he thinks he’s a cat (in fact, he was raised by two) and will try to curl up into the tiniest of chairs.
Creativity. Personal and spiritual growth. Alignment. Compassion. Depth. Simplicity.