The journey to self discovery


What a difference four years of self discovery makes.

Four years ago, the most important thing in my personal life was the idea of a marriage proposal.

However I discovered this mindset ended up with an ache deep inside leading me to feeling small and insignificant.

It led to pushing down my true feelings, and hiding myself – drinking was my medication for this ache, and for all the hard work I had endured over the years.

In the years leading up to this, I worked office jobs during the day and went to school at night to get my degree. I went from writing a blog to appearing on two major cable news networks before I even graduated.

My vision for journalism had been fleshed out, I felt I was done and thought I was ready to settle down with a cushy marketing job and building a family.

I wanted what I believed would bring me stability: marriage, kids, suburban enclave life – a life of comfort I felt I never really had growing up.

I wanted my future to be a chance to rewrite history, little did I know I had more of my own story to write.

In the past 4 years, my journey of self discovery led me to:

đź’“Traveling solo to 4 countries
đź’“Hiking a thousand miles
đź’“Getting sober
đź’“Being airlifted by a helicopter on a mountain side
đź’“Feeling deeply connected to my inner power within my mind, body and soul
đź’“Finding stability through loving myself fiercely and without shame
đź’“Taking a huge leap of faith to play bigger with my gifts + make a huge impact in the lives of women crossing my path.

There is no reason why we shouldn’t feel like the biggest planets in our own inner universe.

There is no reason why we can’t grow right here and now to bloom into the women we were meant to be in this lifetime.

There is no reason why we can’t say YES to ourselves in the same way we are taught by society to say yes to life partners.

We are the change we have been waiting for, we are Blooming in Jupiter.

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