Month: December 2016

  • Here are my top 6 resources to help ease your anxiety in 2017


    Oh hey there gorgeous,

    Did you have a great Christmas? I had an awesome one hanging out with family.  (And I finally finished my Cecilia Ahern book ‘Lyrebird.’ Ahhhmazing!)

    I can’t believe2016 is nearly over.

    For some of you, you’re excited. 2016 was a year of stretching for you. I know a lot of you have gone through significant hurts and losses but I hope that in amidst it all you did have pockets of sunshine that beamed through in your darkest night.

    Perhaps a friend gave you that much needed hug or prepared you a meal to help you get through.


  • Here’s what I am cooking up for 2017…


    Hey gorgeous,

    I’m one of those people who thrive on New Year’s Resolutions, but I know some of you aren’t like that, and that’s totally cool.

    The other thing I do know?

    I’m hopelessly devoted to serving you next year.

    I’ve been listening closely, all year long, and the #1 struggle that you’ve shared with me is that you want to alleviate your anxiety and along with that you want more energy in your day.


  • How to Live with An Anxious Person (without feeling like you need a bottle of wine).

    weddingOh hey there gorgeous one.

    By the time you read this I will have celebrated my 7 year wedding anniversary.

    It’s been a time of some amazing (and challenging) adventures (like travelling to Italy and walking inside the Florence Duomo even though I have a fear of heights).

    It’s also had some low moments. The time my husband and I battled infertility and felt like we were on a roller coaster of emotions. The highs where we thought I might be pregnant and then the fast descent where you start to plummet to the bottom of the ride where seeing pregnant people was enough to make me cry and statements like ‘just relax’ were enough to make me claw peoples’ eyes out.


  • Let Your Light Shine


    It was the last day of school. I’d cleaned up my desk, finished reports and had planned out the next term’s work. At the last minute I decided to check my business email as I really wanted to be present for my cute as a button toddler Flynn.

    As I opened it up I saw ‘Congratulations’ peeping in the email.

    I opened it up to see that CEO and Founder of the Beautiful You Life Coaching Academy Julie Parker had nominated me for a Shine Award.

    I may have cried a little.

    I have been working really hard behind the scenes to really make something of what I do, which is to help you as a woman with anxiety feel  more confident and calm.

    Cause having anxiety sucks. It’s freaking scary sometimes, like the time I was driving on a dirt road too fast and starting fish tailing across the road before stopping paper thin close next to a tree.