Creativity Catalyst, Intuitive, Empath, Writer
True creativity is more than raw talent - it's feeling the freedom to be your natural self in all you do. Sounds simple, but when you begin to feel stuck, frustrated or unclear with what you are creating in your life or business, it feels anything but simple to change.
To get clear on your path and move through transition, it's essential to reconnect with what you really want and need to feel like your full, natural, expressive self again. I help you get there.
How I help you bust through creative blocks and self-doubt, fire up creativity and heal:
- Creativity coaching to gain focus, clarity and create an action plan
- Intuitive guidance on “stuck points” and insight on what to do next
- Support while making tough choices about your creative path or career
- Content consulting services to help you effectively express yourself in print or online
- Classes on self-care, re-igniting your creative spark and discovering your creative truth
Ready to take your creativity and self expression to the next level? Let’s collaborate.
Looking for a creativity kick-start for your writing, self-care or mindset? Read tips on my blog.
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I work with solopreneurs, entrepreneurs and creatives to shift their mindset, heal creative blocks and craft mindful, supportive practices to enhance creativity. Start your journey to creative freedom and clarity today!
Creative Insights from the Blog
It’s time for me to take a mini-break and step away from my blog for a bit of rest, relaxation and creative rejuvenation. If you are looking for a little inspiration about “breaks” here are some posts that can tide you over: Focus on Small Tweaks to Break New Creative Ground Break […]
Creative inspiration, or lack there of, has everything to do with your attitude in the moment. When you remain open minded and keep reaching toward what aligns with your inner guidance, you create space to be surprised and heart-inspired. Any nuance can be the spark that gets you into a playful state of mind. […]
It’s easy to use other people’s “lenses” to assess the value of your talent. We each grow up modeling a set of values shared by friends and family that inadvertently define what having a talent really means and it’s importance in the world. There’s also a societal push to force a talent into […]