Do you hate those "3 fun facts" about yourself things? Yeah, me too.
It's like my mind goes blank and I forget what I enjoy doing and what makes me an interesting person. You're reading an about page though so, what else can I tell you?...
I could tell you I enjoy crafting and doing creative things. How I love being outside, soaking up the sun and appreciating the endless beauty of nature. Or how I enjoy snuggling up in a warm, fuzzy blanket reading a self-help book.
I could go deeper and say, I've been on my healing journey for 10+ years. I've figured a lot out about well-being and I'm learning more. Every. Single. Day.
I'm excited to share what I've learned so you can have a better life too!
I could tell you how much I LOVE editing copy and organizing content for entrepreneurs. It feeds my soul to help people get clear on their message and connect with who they're meant to serve.
Any time I get to connect with someone authentically is a good time.
Whew. That was a lot better than listing 3 fun facts about myself!
Now, I wanna know about you! Don't worry, you don't have to tell me a fun fact about yourself 😉 . Use my contact page to say hi or ask me a question!
Here's some information about my education:
- A Bachelor of Science in Psychology from one of the top public universities in the United States, Georgia Institute of Technology
- A Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology - Making me one of 1,500 Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioners in the world
- 36 Positive Psychology Coach Specific Training Hours
I'm enrolled in an Applied Positive Psychology Coaching Program which is certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) so I'm constantly learning and practicing in order to provide you with the best support.
I also spent a few years as a research assistant in an Industrial Organizational Psychology lab so I got really good at finding errors in data and documents! You can bet I won't let the tiniest mistakes get by me!
I have been referenced as an expert on tips for human flourishing in these articles: