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You’ve heard it before – you can’t pour from an empty cup.

 As you know (and maybe a little too well) the life of a working wife and mother is crazy, messy, and just plain busy!

We are quick to help others, and our needs are usually the last to be met (if at all).

There's nothing left if you give it all
When we give it all, there’s nothing left

It took me over 30 years to figure out that I am not “just” a government job, a marriage, a divorce, a re-marriage, a step-mom, a mom, a wife… Fully aware of (many of) my flaws, I work to polish my rough edges vs punishing myself with harsh words and self-sabotage.

Becoming fully accepting of where I am, who I am, right now.

And encouraging others to do the same.

I’m a healer of souls – including my own.

I’m a writer and motivational speaker helping women to come back to who they REALLY are – themselves.  

I develop my presentations, programs, and products based on 3 simple pillars:

CARE – for yourself

COMMUNICATION – with those in your life and

CONNECTION – with your intuition & your tribe

You can be the woman who takes care of herself without feeling guilty, and take care of others without compassion fatigue and/or resentment!

Here’s a few examples of the women I connect best with:

The mom who is at that point where she realizes there’s more to life than bottles, diapers, teenage drama, cell phones, car pools, and all that other MOM STUFF.
The nurse/social worker/care taker who needs to remember that it’s OK to have needs too.
The wife that knows there’s a gorgeous woman inside who’s dreaming of being who she was always meant to be before “life got in the way”. 
The spouse or lover of an addict, who’s at a crossroads trying to determine whether to stay, or go.
The woman who is ready to tell that voice in her head saying “you’re too _____ to do ______” to f*&% off.  (and not blush!)
(Insert your kids’s name here)’s mom, or (insert hubby’s name here)’s wife, Sally from Accounting, or Jane from Middle-of-nowhere, USA…

If you are a helper, I’m here to help you.

Visit the Speaking, Programs, or Products pages to learn more.

 

*Photo is courtesy of Robin Wilkinson: friend, photographer, and all around awesome lady – you can see her work at www.rtwpix.com & on Etsy at www.etsy.com/shop/rtwpix