“There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, to avoid facing their shadow. One does not become enlightened by imagining a figure of light, but by making their darkness conscious.”
― Carl Jung
7 years of sobriety.
Getting sober was the catalyst for all of the work I do today. It taught me to love myself. It taught me not to numb out my pain. It gave me the courage to be raw, authentic, honest and show up in the world as myself. It taught me that I could live life on my own terms and that life could be an adventure in joy.
get back up and try again has really taught me the most.
I would study life coaching at a master level. I would undertake yoga teacher training because I was passionate about it and didn’t think I could actually do it.
So, while I have professional credentials, I truly believe a willingness to fully experience life, fall down, be wrong, get back up and try again has really taught me the most.
had the most profound effect on my everyday living and on my life.
I’m humbled and honoured to share this work with you. Whether you are choosing a card every day, reading Intentional Days, listening to a podcast episode or coming to an event, I invite you bring intention into your everyday. Create a life you love. Share it. Change the world.
inspire our most intentional & joyful living.
My intention is to bring us together to share our experiences, challenges, tears and laughs. We learn from each other and if I can facilitate this conversation, it would be my pleasure. We are better together.
“For most of your life, you’ve lived at the effect of your experiences. Now, you’re invited to be the cause of them. That is what is known as conscious living. This is what is called walking in awareness.”
― Neale Donald Walsh
My life philosophy is simple.
Intentional living means we choose how we’re going to show up in the world. It connects us to our deepest truth, our highest good and our most fulfilling life. Being intentional is about being mindful and choosing. Choosing joy is one of those choices.
We all have raw material in our lives and it’s what we do with it that matters.
I have found that by choosing to show up intentionally,
life can be pretty damn incredible.
And, it’s not grand, sweeping gestures that make the biggest difference.
It’s all of the small things that we do every day that have
the most cumulative and profound effect.
I believe that intentional days create a life on purpose.