WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU DID EVERYTHING YOU WERE "SUPPOSED" TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL,
BUT YOU DON'T FEEL SUCCESSFUL?
You got good grades in high school, went to college, used that degree in the workforce, but didn’t get very far. What was “wrong” with you? Why can’t you be happy? I spent a long while sitting on these feelings and being down about myself and my inability to be happy.
Then it happened — I found out that I was NOT alone! In fact, nearly everyone I spoke to about this feeling of an unfulfilled work life told me they felt the same way. Why are we all so scared to make the jump into a new path that we may love? Every time I had a business idea or a new career thought I had an excuse as to why it couldn’t happen.
Two years, multiple business ventures, and a lot of coaching sessions later…I found it. I had it all along but I didn’t recognize it. I’m MEANT to be helping other women like me to succeed. It lights my heart on fire!
I’ll never forget the moment during my pregnancy with my second daughter when I realized I was looking forward to my maternity leave as a “vacation” from work. Anyone who’s ever had a maternity leave knows it’s far from a vacation, but it was a welcome distraction from the stressful, life-consuming work of real estate.
It hit me that I was miserable in my work. It was sucking the life out of me. Not only was I stressed and overworked, I didn’t feel like I could be myself – tattoos, red hair, and dermal piercings weren’t quite seen as “professional”. It took me a lot of self-reflection and soul searching to understand that money and treating animals weren’t what fulfilled me.
I knew that life wasn't me...but then who was I? Was I the same person as I was before kids? I sure didn't feel like it. The hard work was just beginning.
...found out the hard way that your career wouldn’t give you a paycheck that could actually afford your student loans.
…figured out a bit “too late” that your career was a dead-end job.
…are working overtime every week and barely getting by.
…are taking on multiple jobs and some side gigs to make extra cash.
How can you get where you want to go in life with that?
Life doesn't end because you became a mom. Life literally begins again. It's a hell of an identity shift, so if you feel lost, foggy, and tired as can be, you're in the right place here.
You're the best mom you can be when you take care of yourself. It's something you've probably heard on repeat, but that's because it's true. Once you accept that, I would be honored to help you reconnect to the best, most delightful parts of yourself you think you've lost.