Teaching self-care to women is what I do. And I do it because I know what happens when women neglect themselves.
As a self-care coach and speaker, my resume is strong. I regularly engage more than 600 women in my daily coaching group, also called the Self-Care Suite. I also curate the Bloom Beautifully box, a self-care subscription service. I host annual retreats and meet-ups for women to learn from each other. I am a family life educator with a Master’s degree in human development and family studies.
But beyond what I do, there’s the why.
Self-care is this big, trendy buzzword now and over the past few years the discussion on how to take care of ourselves has been louder than ever.
It has morphed from something transformative and inspiring to a pressure-filled expectation in an already crowded life. “I’m supposed to fit self-care into my schedule how?”
Call it what you want. Self-care. Being present. Taking care of yourself. Prioritizing mental wellness. Me-time. Recharging.
Whatever you want to call it, it’s life-changing. Once you get a taste of what it feels like to own your desires and get your needs met, you won’t ever go back to anything else.
It is a privilege to sit in the front row as women discover who they really are. Welcome to the Suite.