Most days you can find me researching my latest obsession, going on adventures with my family, or training my dog. I am mostly known for my fun facts, being a dog-enthusiast, asking random questions, and my love of country dancing. 

People often refer to me as productive, passionate, and nerdy (I love to geek out about human physiology!) 

After deciding that being there for my family was more important to me than medical school, it took me a while to figure out what life I wanted and how to get excited about my average day while making real progress towards those goals. 

As an over-achieving, work-from-home mom, I know it’s a real struggle to know how to spend our limited time! I am here because I don’t want you to have to stress as long as I did before living the life that is waiting for you. 

The things I am most passionate about in life are exploring the world with my family, learning what factors brought us to this moment, feeling a part of this beautiful world, and living intentionally. 

I love serving the world by condensing all the knowledge I am constantly obsessing over into bite-sized, applicable actions, so I talk about figuring out what goals really matter to you and how to make efficient progress towards them. 

In particular, I serve people who want to find more adventure and joy in this chaotic life by helping them recognize their dreams and then turn those dreams into plans.  I am lucky to give you guys tools to help you enjoy what you need to do, while giving you more time to refocus on the relationships and activities that fill your souls.


When I’m not working, you can catch me: camping, training my dog, trying to find a new hike or museum to explore with my baby girl, teaching myself to draw, or trying to learn Portuguese with my husband. 

If you’re dying to hear more, here are five things you might not know about me:

  1. I have been to 9 countries in the last 9 years 
  2. I am an intermittent fasting geek that does not consider myself to be an “intermittent faster” 
  3. I met my husband on an accidental blind date 
  4. I was going to apply to medical school when I finished my Bachelor’s degree, but instead I ended up teaching beginner horseback riding lessons for a year and then starting my first business 
  5. I was a theatre geek (never went to a football game until college) that married a jock (played everything from street hockey to football), so pretty much everything I know about sports I learned from him!

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