“Tell me, what it is you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
There’s so much in that quote that resonates so deeply with me.
For much of my life I didn’t believe my own life was all that precious. I didn’t feel like I belonged. (Though I was really good at fitting in.) Due to a cummulination of events through my formative years, my teens, and early adulthood I also didn’t feel I had much, if any, choice in creating a plan of my own. Most of my life decisions were reactionary. Since then, I’ve done a lot of work and I’ve reclaimed my own life.
I know I’m not the only one who has felt that their life wasn’t their own. If that’s you, know that part of working with me will include exploring what it would look like if you were living your own wild and precious life in a way you loved.
I am creating and living a life I love!
Regardless of what has happened to us, I believe we have the power to change the scripts. Surviving religious abuse ignited a fire within me to create safer spaces within faith-based systems, challenging the status quo and fostering healing for others. I don’t shy away from uncomfortable conversations and am currently working on my memoir, which I hope will spark change and healing.
As a mom to two amazing young humans, one of whom is neurodiverse, I’ve become an advocate for inclusive policies and support systems that uplift all. My journey as a parent has not only made me aware of the need for change within public education but has brought me into being part of that change.
We can’t create change alone, it happens within our communities. Making a tangible impact on my community is not just a goal but a driving force in everything I do. I invest in nurturing connections that truly matter, valuing meaningful relationships. I believe that when we make an effort to show up authentically, making a difference wherever we are, we embody what it means to live our legacy!
I’d love of you to join me as we shatter expectations, defy boundaries, and rewrite the narratives of our lives together!