My Story

I grew up in the humble Illinois countryside. Socially, school was very difficult for me as an overweight child who never fit in or had real friends. Instead, I would daydream a lot about how my life would be different as an adult. I would have a husband who loved me, a big house, lots of money, and massive success. These were the things I thought I wanted, anyway. Luckily, from a young age, my parents always told me that I could be or do anything I wanted to. This is a belief that continues to guide me to this day.

I continued to struggle until my early twenties. At age 23, I had nothing. I’d recently moved back in with my parents after being fired from my job as an Au Pair. I had no job, no car, no friends, and no money. This was my rock bottom, and I truly wished I’d never been born. As divine timing would have it, this was also when someone insisted that I watch the documentary, The Secret. Like for many people, this was my introduction to another way of living life. It was the catalyst to turning my life around completely.

Soon after, I got my first “real” job in a corporate office. I was able to buy a brand new car, and I met my husband, all within eight months. Things were going very well for me, and I thought I was set for happily ever after.


Quickly, it became clear to me that spending most of my days commuting and working was NOT what I had hoped for. I realized that a job in the corporate world had been society’s goal, not mine. The fulfillment I was seeking was nowhere to be found. Instead, I felt the opposite, completely empty—and lied to. “Is this all there is to life?” was the question I began to ask myself and became determined to find an answer to. My passion for spirituality and energy work blossomed, and thus began a decade-long journey of self-healing and further transformation.

I began to feel personally responsible for not sharing what I had learned. Today, as a bestselling author, I feel I’ve accomplished that through my book, The Soul’s Human Experience. Certainly, if my life could be changed, then so could other people’s. My mission is to help you remember who you really are, why you’re here, and what you’re capable of.

With Gratitude,