Many of our days can be filled more with the stress, chaos and challenges of everyday life. This can lead you to often wonder if you're doing anything right at all.
I get that. Most of the time I feel like I’m just a mom, a wife, an ordinary person that keeps on keeping on.
It wasn’t until I realized that the real proof isn’t something external. It’s actually found in the deep inner peace that I receive from choosing to trust my inner voice to guide me through life, no matter what.
While this may not seem like much, as Mahatma Gandhi said, “In a gentle way, you can shake the world.”
If you’re looking for that magic ticket to the land of the eternal bliss, The Sensitive Edge is not for you.
But, if you have one foot grounded in the real world and the other floating around in divine wonder, you have found your place to feel supported and loved just as you are right now.
I honor your desire to grow and transform at a pace comfortable for you. That's why The Sensitive Edge offers varying levels of self discovery.
At the Sensitive Edge, we don't believe in escaping worldly noise, and mundane daily tasks.
Come and join me in shaking the world with your Sensitive Edge, no matter what!
I'm a speaker, author, and inner voice enthusiast. I help overworked and overwhelmed moms break through the pressure to have it all together by teaching quick and easy mindset techniques so they can make the difference their heart craves to make, in themselves, their families and the world.
As an adventurous spirit living in a control freak's body, I figured out how to successfully balance my paradoxical life by honoring the many varied parts of myself. This includes the heart-centered, angelic well-wisher, as well as the truth telling, and sometimes spastic, ranting b*tch.
However, it wasn’t a clear path to get here.
In my early 20s, I became a paralegal because of John Grisham’s intense interpretation of the legal world. I then became a graphic designer because a co-worker at the corporate law firm insisted I shouldn’t end up like her. Even in my 30s, experiencing my childhood dream job of being a stay at home mom, something didn’t feel quite right.
It wasn't until I gave myself the quiet space to listen inward to my heartfelt desires, as well as my paralyzing fears, that I began to love the life I live.
To discover the tools I use each day to thrive, no matter what...
If you have a tribe you think would love to learn how to thrive in the midst of everyday stress and chaos, you can learn more about what I love talking about.