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You deserve to feel like your cup is full

and completely alive every day.

 

So far, you’ve spent your life compromising living it for everyone else – your family, your corporate job and title, and your friends. These roles have become part of your identity, yet there has been an ever-growing awareness within that you are not fundamentally happy with how your life has unfolded as you thought it would. 

You know that if you could figure out what you are meant to be doing, you would have a happier, more joyful, fulfilled life.

The Life Is Project was born out of my personal journey of battling these feelings, rediscovering myself and reclaiming my life. My mission is to help others do the same.

We all deserve to live Big, Full, No Regrets lives. 

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The Life Is Project - An Origin Story.

The Life Is Project started as an idea I put into my phone notes in 2012. As what happens with many inspired ideas, it stayed there ignored for many years.

In 2020, when the world paused, my body forced me to pause as well after years of ignoring it. I got really sick and couldn’t get out of bed for 3 months. Even though it was the worst I’ve felt in my entire life, I still had my laptop in my bed with me - working. After many doctors, specialists and tests giving me no real information, I tapped into the Eastern Medicine and found a Functional MD who help me understand the years of working late nights and weekend and never really giving myself a break took a real toll on my health and well-being.

During my recovery, I found that note from 2012 and The Life Is Project came to life as a blog. Paying homage to my creative writing and music industry background, it was meant to be a living anthology, a collection of life lessons and insights told through compilations. It was a tool of release, a way to share and connect with others as they did their life work.

Shortly after, my mother's health took a turn for the worst, so I moved her in and became her caretaker. Seeing the regrets in the winter of her life up close and personal made me take the final leap. I quit my high profile corporate executive job and The Life Is Project went from a side project to my vocation.

After spending most of my life demanding it be a struggle, doing all the things I was "supposed" to do to be successful and making it harder than it had to be, I’ve finally found the courage and freedom to live the Life I desire.

I’ve learned I can do hard things, but now focus on letting it be easy. Over my 20+ year corporate career, I realized that life itself is the greatest project we will ever work on and I was neglecting so many parts of it. I kept trying to squeeze the most important parts of life into late nights and weekends. It took me a long time and many failures to learn I didn’t have to do this life work alone. I did it the hard way but you don’t have to. I’m here to help you begin.

I've been there - trying to fit into boxes that weren’t made for me. Constantly telling myself this is what a mother, leader, successful person is supposed to do. Everyday, I was fighting against my own natural rhythms, maintaining the self-limiting beliefs and habitual patterns that were robbing me of my energy and making me sick. I was stressed, in a constant state of burnout, anxious about the future, concerned with what other people thought and always putting myself last on the list.

Self-care was nonexistent. I didn’t deal with the childhood turned (or adulthood trauma) that was making a home in my body and blocking me from self-love. I had to learn to forgive and let go. It took me a long time to even be open to the idea that life could be different. I DIY’d my way to well-being. I took the long road and never considered there could be a better path.

Along the way, I developed a tool belt full of practical, functional and spiritual tools I use to maintain that hard fought well-being and to help me through the valleys that are sure to come.

I’ve learned things like the power of a gratitude practice, the potential of visioning, the impact of day building, the importance of sacred brackets, how to cleanse and balance your energy to bring you back to yourself and the advantages of an Ayurvedic lifestyle. I’ve learned how to help others do the same and to integrate these tools into leadership development and organizational design to build corporate cultures where people can thrive.

My mission is to help people live happier, more joyful and fulfilled lives and I look forward to helping you live yours.

Begin Your Journey Back To You.

1

Trust Your Gut

Give yourself permission to follow that feeling that there is more to life.

2

Take the First Step

Book a possibility call and explore the ways you can begin to take your life back.

3

Transform Your Life

Learn the tools to help you design a life you love and how to start living it.

"You can live the life you desire. You can have the energy, joy, balance and fulfillment that feels so out of reach.  I used to think it was impossible, but if i can do it, i know you can too."