We are committed to helping people find their own path for carrying the weight of the hard parts of their lives. We embolden and empower people through our sharing of researched informed strategies and community.

We strive to break down the barriers so people have the capacity to live their ‘well-life’.

We believe that each and every person has the capacity to do hard things and to do great things.


I have worked for nearly two decades researching, teaching and advocating to come upon this idea. Today will be okay. We are okay. And being okay is enough. Our survival rate for difficult things is 100%. Despite all the noise that says okay is not enough, being okay is the heart of authentic resiliency. Being resilient means, we are okay during a set back, challenge or a crisis and we are okay on the other side of it. How we get to and stay okay varies but the practice of continuing to push forward, even when it is hard, is a choice. Resiliency lives within us all. The only difference between those who can keep getting up after adversity and those who struggle with it, is knowing how to draw on this resource in times of need. This can be taught. Let me show how.


Community matters. I am looking forward to connecting with you. I welcome the opportunity to learn alongside you and explore this work. Often times, I like to share some posts from where I might be, some in-the-moment thoughts I have, amazing people I have met and learned from, or simply a puppy post! My intention is to use socials as a means of sharing, reflecting, and encouraging. It is not a highlight reel rather a tool to start conversations and build a safe community for discussion. This isn’t for everyone, but I hope there might be something in there that resonates with you that might make your day, or that moment, a little better. Feel free to join me on this journey.

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As the summer comes to a close, and children head back to school, it can be a time to settle back into routine and activities. And find those coats, sweaters, and boots, too! For some, fall might mean a change in routine for work, education, and other activities – many are returning to the premises after two and a half years of working or studying remotely or having gradually eased into a hybrid situation.