My Story

There are moments in life that make or break you. It’s up to us to take those moments and use them to discover our inner strength and true potential.

Black Sheep Syndrome

I always felt like the black sheep growing up. At home, at school, with friends. I felt like I didn’t belong. I felt like there was something more for me out there. I had attributed it to the fact that I was adopted. Thinking back on it, I believe this was my Higher Self trying to reach me.

Motherhood Not for the Faint of Heart

Fast forward to my 20s. I get married, have children, buy a house. I do all of the things that are supposed to make us feel good. The things that are supposed to make us feel fulfilled. Motherhood was a rude awakening; pun completely intended! I had no idea what I was doing. As a first-time mom you are always doubting yourself, questioning every little thing. Then when you add kid #2 or #3 it is an entirely different ball game! Because now you have jealousy, you have bickering, you’re butting heads with your spouse. You have to babywear while cooking dinner while a toddler is hanging off your leg and your 7-year-old needs help with their homework.

Trying to be Everything to Everyone

This is where I was a few years ago. Spirituality, enlightenment and awakening aren’t even on my radar at this point. I’m trying to raise decent human beings, I’m trying to spend time with my husband, I’m organizing family activities. I’m trying to stop the fights and the arguments and I’m trying to get the kids to help out around the house. I am so anxious about everything, trying to be everything to everyone. I worry as I fall asleep at night, planning out the next day and the next week. I wake up stressing about all the things I need to do. I am frazzled, I am not taking care of myself. I am drained. And then, in the middle of this, I hit rock bottom.

My Father is Dead

I receive a text from my sister. She tells me that our birth father has died. I don’t even know this guy. Never met him. And yet, I drop like a rock. Everything goes black. I can’t see anything. I can’t hear anything. At some point I realize that my husband is next to me. And I also realize that I’m screaming. And crying. I cry a lot. I grieve for months. I have never felt so hollow. I have never felt so alone. In a way, I die that day with my father.

Desperate for Answers

I am desperate for answers. How can I change this life that I’m in? How can I change this outcome? Why do these things always happen to me? In my despair, in my deepest grief, the answer comes to me. The answer has always been with me. I realize that I have been looking for unconditional love and acceptance all of my life. And in my rock bottom, in my darkest hour, I finally find the answer. I find that unconditional love and acceptance. Inside of me. Inside of my own heart.

The Complications of Covid

As I move through my journey of self-discovery, the pandemic hits. All of a sudden, the school environment changes drastically. My children are bounced from in-person education to virtual learning. Everything is a mess, the kids are confused, my husband and I are stressed and don’t know what to do. My children’s attitudes and behaviors take a turn for the worst. So I decide to make a bold move in 2020. I decide to homeschool our children.

Homeschooling and Self-Reflection

Having worked with families for years and with a deep understanding of human behavior, I see that homeschooling is a beautiful way, not only to educate our children, but to re-build the values that have been missing for so long in most of homes. Homeschooling has brought me closer to my children and has changed our family dynamic for the better. Are you ready to take your homeschool to the next level? Are you ready to embrace this life with confidence? Are you ready to SEE amazing changes in your life?