Before I dove head first into 10+ years in prehospital and emergency medicine, and ended up where I am now - I had a creative childhood that fostered a love for food & learning.
My daily life and work currently reside somewhere in the midst of creating through photography, filmmaking, and writing, life and mindset coaching, travel & connecting with nature, and championing community wellness.
I'm sure this still sounds like a lot, to many of you, but to me this combination of leaning in is a natural way to come back home to myself (the creative little girl styling her food), while respecting my own need for constant growth and learning.
It's easy to see now that what I loved in the first place came back with a vengeance.
On that note, a belief I hold closely: Our true nature is always a few steps of intuitive action away.
Time in nature, empathy, unapologetically following one's path, slow meals with friends, authenticity and vulnerability. Also homemade sourdough bread (say hi to Hamish, my starter).
my go to
A barefoot walk in the moss, candle-lit snuggles with my dog Mr. Clarence, journaling, meditation, breathwork, movement, & setting intentions for the day and concocting some kind of delicious warm beverage.
Diet or hustle culture, body-shaming, non-stop screen time, blatant or subtle racism, ableism & sexism, late invoice payments, beating around the bush. Also bowtie pasta, it's the worst pasta.
That the true definition of wellness goes far beyond green smoothies & yoga retreats - it involves everyone having access to basic needs as well as a feeling and state of wellbeing
"let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you
It will never lead you astray"
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