Coaching & Mentorship
Time uhhh, what?
Ever feel like since becoming a mom you’re missing something?
Give me a T
Give me an I
Give me an M
Give me an E
What’s that spell?!
TIME! (Sorry, I was a cheerleader for eight years. I can’t help myself.)
Back to business. Yes, time. It is such a hot commodity when you start raising tiny humans, isn’t it?
You suddenly can’t find the time to text people back…or put on make-up…or update your resume…or write your memoir.
Whatever your goals are, big or small, they often don’t make it to the completed side of your to-do list, do they?
Don’t worry, mama. I got your back. I’m a certified time momager. I’ve written a bestselling book, developed courses, and I've helped plenty of mamas who want to make shit happen, but are just missing that one important component: the time to actually do it.
Here are some things I KNOW I can help you accomplish:
Turning your current far-fetched dream into a tangible, accomplishable goal
Ending each day feeling accomplished and satisfied, rather than exhausted and defeated
Gaining clarity and focus so you can develop a clear road map toward your destination, wherever that may be
Carving out time every single day to spend on you-whether that is a small daily accomplishment or a step toward a major one…and (wait for it) NOT feeling guilty about it
Feeling good overall: healthy, energetic, happy so you can do more, look great, and be all about them positive vibes only
want to make more money?
want to be healthier?
want to become a published author?
want to start a business?
Basically, I want to help you live your best life. Can I get an AMEN, sista?!
Educating others and helping them succeed has been part of my DNA since I started working at age 12. Here are some roles I’ve held since that have helped me get to where I’m standing right now. PS-none of them came easy, but they’ve all shaped me into the woman I am today.
In no particular order, here they are:
Are we a good fit?
Do you like nice people who also speak the truth and push you to be better?
Do you enjoy Y2K rap music as well as today’s hits with a splash of 90s alternative?
If you had a choice between never swearing again or never eating chocolate again, you might opt to die.
Your friends would describe you as creative and ambitious, yet also a tad weird and anything but basic.
You love organizing your closet equally as much as binge watching reality TV. Both feed your soul in different ways.
If the above describes you, we may have just become best friends.
Virtual high five, boo!
Still not sure?
Book a FREE 45 minute breakthrough call today!
Before you stop reading because you’ve convinced yourself now is not the time to invest in a coaching program, let me tell you a little story. It goes like this.
Meg told herself last December that on January 1st, she’d start looking for a new job. “After the holidays”, she thought, “that’s when I’ll do it”. January arrived and it was time for her kids to head back to school after the break. She got wrapped up in work projects (which also had been pushed to after the holidays), volunteer gigs since school was back in full blown session, and—believe it or not—registration for next year’s preschool year. When she turned around to finally sit down and start the process, her kid got a virus, which then her toddler got, which then her husband got, which then she got. After a ten-day vomiting fiasco, she took a much-needed rest and told herself her new deadline was March. Yes, in March, she’d get back on track and start that process. Well March arrived and so did very bad weather, which never makes anyone feel very motivated to do much of anything except snuggle up on the couch during those nighttime hours to yourself and binge watch some bad TV while eating some bad-for-you snacks. Then, the news and social media newsfeed started filling Meg’s head with anxiety driving thoughts and she spent the next week on a quest for toilet paper and hand sanitizer. After countless hours and multiple trips to multiple supermarkets, schools closed and Meg turned into a full-time employee, full-time mother, full-time chef, and full-time stress ball. Now was definitely not the time to start looking for that new job. Right?