MY STORY

I always hated the dark. I was sensitive. I saw things, felt things, heard things.

But there was a part of me that loved the dark too. I loved the thrill of running around the neighborhood on summer nights playing cops and robbers with my friends. I loved staying up late and looking out the window at the night sky, spotting a face in the moon. I loved talking to God, the Universe and my aunt who had crossed over to the other side.

In kindergarten, my favorite color was black. And of course, when I moved to New York City after graduating from

Vanderbilt, that color made up 90% of my wardrobe.

Sometimes, we need to fall in love with the darkness to find the light again. Sometimes, we are the darkness. And somehow, we become the light. Are you ready to find the light again?

Don’t worry. I brought my flashlight.

Together, we can glow in the dark.

MY STORY

I always hated the dark. I was sensitive. I saw things, felt things, heard things.

But there was a part of me that loved the dark too. I loved the thrill of running around the neighborhood on summer nights playing cops and robbers with my friends. I loved staying up late and looking out the window at the night sky, spotting a face in the moon. I loved talking to God, the Universe and my aunt who had crossed over to the other side.

In kindergarten, my favorite color was black. And of course, when I moved to New York City after graduating from

Vanderbilt, that color made up 90% of my wardrobe.

Sometimes, we need to fall in love with the darkness to find the light again. Sometimes, we are the darkness. And somehow, we become the light. Are you ready to find the light again?

Don’t worry. I brought my flashlight.

Together, we can glow in the dark.

life COACH and business cONSULTANT and CEO of Inner Glow Circle Mastermind and ICF Accredited Coach Training Program.

It might not look like it upon first glance, but let me tell you — I’ve been through some sh*t.

In one year, I launched a brand new company, lost my brother to an accidental overdose and navigated my way out of a toxic relationship with my then-fiance (I’m talking court appearances and lawyers galore). If that wasn’t enough, I lost my business partners and battled chronic neurological Lyme Disease the entire time.

There were also what I call, peripheral losses. Close friends who couldn’t BE WITH my sadness backed away. Clients who weren’t ready to face their own experiences of loss took a break from our work.

For a long time, I lost my joy, my happiness, the LIGHT-ness of life.

I spent years in the dark. Some call it the dark night of the soul. Others call it depression.

I call it TEMPORARY, but it doesn’t feel that way when you’re in it.

For years, I lost my faith in myself and even in God and the Universe. I would wake up, wishing I hadn’t and go right back to sleep. I cried every damn day — at restaurants, between meetings and in the car.

Until I didn’t.

How did I crawl of the darkness — and into the light?

I learned how to GLOW in the dark. And I promise, you can too.

WHO I WORK WITH

Have you lost someone? A father, mother, brother, sister, partner, spouse? Have you experienced a devastating breakup? With someone you loved? A best friend? A business partner?

Maybe you’ve lost something. Your job. Your marriage. Your health. An opportunity. Your financial stability. Your faith in yourself, your purpose, your partnership or God and the Universe.

Perhaps you’re deep in the struggle. Or just coming out of it.

If no one has been able to really make a dent in your healing…

If you feel super alone…

If you’ve lost so much hope, but somehow still haven’t given up…

You’re my favorite kind of person.

Let’s talk it out.

OUR WORK TOGETHER

We can grieve and feel joy at the same time.

I taught myself, and now I teach others how to live in the darkness and plug back into the light.

The truth? If you have the right tools, find a really powerful flashlight and get some solid gear to help you along the way, you can live, love and thrive, in any circumstance.

Trauma and tragedy are circumstantial. And thus, our circumstances can change. Especially if we set out to change them.

If you’re willing to let the grief guide you and give you momentum, you are ready to do this work. The darkness must move through you in order to transmute into light.

WARNING: Side effects may include spontaneous joy, new relationships, rekindled flames, career changes, new business ideas, increased energy, renewed health, babies, increased salary, new hobbies, more money, dancing, laughing, the desire to become a coach and do this work on your own, in your own way. (I’ve just seen it happen SO many times.)

WHAT WE DO

We can grieve and feel joy at the same time.

I taught myself, and now I teach others how to live in the darkness and plug back into the light.

The truth? If you have the right tools, find a really powerful flashlight and get some solid gear to help you along the way, you can live, love and thrive, in any circumstance.

Trauma and tragedy are circumstantial. And thus, our circumstances can change. Especially if we set out to change them.

If you’re willing to let the grief guide you and give you momentum, you are ready to do this work. The darkness must move through you in order to transmute into light.

WARNING: Side effects may include spontaneous joy, new relationships, rekindled flames, career changes, new business ideas, increased energy, renewed health, babies, increased salary, new hobbies, more money, dancing, laughing, the desire to become a coach and do this work on your own, in your own way. (I’ve just seen it happen SO many times.)

HOW WE DO IT

  • What’s in the way of you producing amazing sh*t?
  • What stories do you have about what is or isn’t possible?
  • What would happen if you gave those stories up once and for all?
  • What would life be like if you just created the thing you wish existed?

Coaching is fundamentally a relationship. We work together to create the future you desire. What happened provides key information. Who hurt you is absolutely relevant. What you got or didn’t get as a child plays a role. The past is important.

I’ll ask you to TELL ME EVERYTHING, but we won’t stop there.

 

    I’m more interested in what you DESIRE for your future than what went wrong in the past.

    What isn’t going as you’d like in your life? Are you present to the fact that you’re actually choosing to stay where you are?

    Ugh. The worst, right? At some point, we are called to take responsibility for what’s working and what isn’t working in our lives. Our work will help you do that. I can’t give you a magic pill, but I can hold space for your heartbreak and ask you to come along with me on the road towards healing.

    The magic exists in YOU.

    We just have to discover it again.

    LIFELINE

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    FUN-ISH FACTS

    I live in Washington, DC and have lived in Nashville, London, Coogee Beach (Australia) and New York City.
    I’m a recovering perfectionist and workaholic. For decades, overworking kept me from experiencing not-so-fun feelings like loneliness or overwhelm.
    Coaching changed my life and opened up a world of possibility I previously didn’t know how to access. My relationships with my parents, my work and the world are completely different.
    It literally feels like I’ve been reborn. #rebirth #nextlifeinthislife
    Every year, IGC gives to causes it cares about, because giving shows our gratitude. We are deeply passionate about causes like mental health, diversity and women empowerment.
    I’m committed to having it all. The trips, the love, the children, the business, the books, the spiritual experiences. Freedom. Joy. Sisterhood. Everything.

    FUN-ISH FACTS

    I live in Washington, DC and have lived in Nashville, London, Coogee Beach (Australia) and New York City.
    I’m a recovering perfectionist and workaholic. For decades, overworking kept me from experiencing not-so-fun feelings like loneliness or overwhelm.
    Coaching changed my life and opened up a world of possibility I previously didn’t know how to access. My relationships with my parents, my work and the world are completely different.
    It literally feels like I’ve been reborn. #rebirth #nextlifeinthislife
    Every year, IGC gives to causes it cares about, because giving shows our gratitude. We are deeply passionate about causes like mental health, diversity and women empowerment.
    I’m committed to having it all. The trips, the love, the children, the business, the books, the spiritual experiences. Freedom. Joy. Sisterhood. Everything.

    WORK WITH ME

    Life is a lot to handle when you feel like you’re flying solo. Let’s talk. If nothing else, I promise I’ll make you laugh.