I’m an entrepreneur.
And a mom.
And a military wife.
And a sister.
And a volunteer.
And a daughter.
And a friend.
You know it’s not easy.
But you love it and wouldn’t trade it for the world.
To talk about growth and opportunity in a way that is judgment free.
No one questioning why you work so much
Or why you want to be home with your kids today
Or why you can’t seem to find the right balance between all the hats
And in the middle of it all, you’ve forgotten about your most important asset:
You’re sick of the buzzword self-care
But you know you need to put in the work that is self-care.
(And yes, it’s a ton of work, which is why you don’t just do it like everyone tells you to.)
But you’re a human too.
And you matter.
And it would be really nice to have someone listen to you and be in your corner and actually care about YOUR growth and progress
The same way you care for everyone else
I’ve got the experience to back me up, too.
I’ve worked as an entrepreneur for over a decade.
I’ve consulted businesses around the country on branding, marketing, and growth.
I’ve got two business degrees to back me up.
You know better than anyone that life doesn’t fit into pretty little boxes (as much as we’d like it to)
It’s messy. And complicated. And the overlap is always WAY more than it should be.
And that elusive “balance” we talk about so much?
Yeah, it’s a bunch of nonsense.
Because there’s no such thing as “achieving” balance. We’re constantly playing a game of give and take. We never really get to balance nirvana. We simply accept life for what it is and do our best to give attention where we should.
Part of the work we’ll do together will involve coming to terms with perfect imbalance.
We’ll talk about doing your daily best. We’ll talk about self-grace and working on taking care of yourself.
(And we’ll get rid of that awful phrase “self-care” because you know you’re not going to do any of the “fluff” stuff that is so commonly encouraged. You’re only going to do the stuff that actually matters and changes you.)
And when you’re yelling at your kids with 4-day unwashed hair in the middle of a mess that makes you wonder if you’re raising small children or a family of mice?
We’ll talk about giving yourself grace. And being ok with throwing everything in the washer, having cereal for dinner, and getting everyone out of the house for 5 minutes.
(That reminds me… I’ve gotta go switch my laundry)
We’ll talk about where you’re at, figure out where you want to be, and discuss the gap in-between the two.
If not? No sweat. I want you to find the support YOU need.