You know you get just one life.

And you don’t want to fuck it up.

You know it’s time to stop sleepwalking through your days. Time to stop counting down until retirement or your next vacation.

Time to stop thinking that if only you were _____ you’d be happy.

Or if you had ______ then the inner struggle would end.

Or maybe if _____ were different, then absolutely, for sure, everything would finally fall into place like the end of some fabulous Nancy Meyers/Diane Keaton movie.

But in the back of your mind you know that’s all bullshit.

You know there’s no magic bullet to your ideal life, just like there’s no magic face cream to remove the wrinkles, or special new diet to deal with the peri (or post)-menopausal pooch.

And there’s no Liz Gilbert book, or Super Soul Sunday episode that’s going to give you the step-by-step prescription for your dreamed-of life.

It’s on you. 

If you’re going to make this thing count (and you are, right?), it’s time to stop dicking around.

It’s time to stop apologizing for taking up space, and discover what you REALLY want to do with this next chapter of your ‘one wild and precious life.’

This is the work of your life.

It’s not always easy to do big, important work; it took time for you to get here, and it’ll take time to work through all the schtuff to see what you want to create now.

But if you’re ready to dig in and do it, I’m here to be your partner.

To learn more about me / how we can work together / how to get my free Write That Shit Down ebook, click on the boxes below … and get ready to watch yourself come back. 




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