I too, felt stuck.  

Life can be heartbreaking and beautiful.

I was fortunate to be raised in a wonderful home full of love, laughter, and sports. I played sports throughout my childhood and teen years. It was a natural fit for me.

In high school, I became obsessed with my weight. When I looked in the mirror, all I saw was a fat girl. I was not overweight, but that was all I saw. It was the start of my obsession.

I ate once a day and played sports, worked at a gym, trained hard, or I obsessively worked out to exercise videos. In hindsight, I was an undiagnosed borderline anorexic.

During these years, I had boyfriends. A few were extremely toxic, controlling and verbally abusive. 
The abuse only fueled my insecurities and eating disorder.  

I was lost, on a dangerous path. Thankfully I chose a different path.

I married at 22 years of age and had two daughters by 24. My girls are my world, but I was exhausted, unfulfilled, unhealthy, unhappy, stressed, irritable, sick, and overweight. Yet, I kept going. Head down, full speed ahead. After several years my marriage was slowly breaking down. I started to dislike who I became.

It wasn’t me.

The authentic me.

I supported my husband throughout his many years of schooling. In 2005, so he could pursue his PhD, we sold all of our belongings and moved across the world, from America to the UK. I was the sole provider on a measly salary, whilst he was a full time student.  

I am not sure how we survived. I was stressed, exhausted, anxious, unhealthy, overweight and in a loveless marriage as we grew apart.

Nothing had changed, except I was now in a different country.

I let life take me for a ride, like the waves of an ocean being thrown around.

I was spinning.

Can you relate?

I tried to make changes but they did not last because I was always on the back burner.

Type 2 Diabetes runs rampant in my family, so when I was 45, I made a decision to change my physical health. I hired a personal trainer, joined a gym, started eating cleanly and taking supplements.

I made a decision and I worked hard. I created new habits.

A part of my life started to change.

But I still had a long way to go.

Then tragedy struck. I lost 12 loved ones within a 22 month period; including my parents and my 24-year-old son-in-law.

The amount of grief was nearly too much to bear. I was drowning. But, I carried my grief, and took on the grief of others. Especially my daughter’s pain.

There are no words.

I knew if I was going to survive, mentally and emotionally, I needed to make drastic changes. Life is short and fragile and I was no longer going to be stuck.

I hired a wonderful therapist.

Then, I hired a life coach.

My husband and I amicably divorced.

I worked on me.

I put ME first.

I transformed physically, emotionally and spiritually.

I stepped into my own power and took control.

I did the work, but I did not do it alone.

I can help you do the same!

As a Life Coach, I will help you view your life holistically.

You can eat all the kale in the world but if you have toxic relationships or a job you hate, no amount of kale is going to bring about true health and happiness.
Every human has within themselves that ‘knowing’. Knowing when something does not feel right. 
We must remember to slow down and evaluate those feelings, and then change habits, set goals, understand our value, and then we can make lasting changes.

I can assure you, that knowing is within you.

I will help you uncover your ‘knowing’ so you can live free, unapologetic, loud and powerful, like the warrior you are.
I will help you unlock your power. You are more powerful than you think!
Life can be difficult and change is not easy.  I will walk alongside you.
I will hold you accountable in the areas that you want to change.
I will push you towards progress and celebrate every level of achievement.

If you are ready to make lasting changes, please contact me for a free 30-minute consultation call!