Meet Anna

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Hi, I am glad you are here.

Becoming a mother right before the pandemic challenged me in ways previously unfathomable. My sense of identity and how I show up in the world seemed to spin out of control with so many unknowns.

It took all my acquired experiences through the many life adventures prior, to carve a path forward and upward to build a stable foundation for myself and my daughter.

Once I felt like myself, only better and more whole, I finally put my unconventional path to good use and became a Life Coach to help other women through life transitions and live aligned with themselves.

 

I absolutely love my profession and embrace this new journey.  My affinity for reflection, setting clear goals, taking action, and focusing on personal growth is finally aligned with the purpose I serve in this world.

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My Vision

  • Seeing women live from a place of strength and courage.

  • To live aligned with their true selves and go after their dreams.

  • To stop living in the shadow of external expectations and to take a seat at the table and say I CAN AND I WILL DO THIS!

  • To motivate women to support women because we are sisters. And together we are stronger.

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My Mission

Coming from a place of authenticity, I will openly share my story if and when there is a greater universal truth to my lived experience to help other women.

In my upcoming memoir Maybe I Should Just Leave, I tell the story of how I redefined life, and love and rebuild my body after I hit rock bottom after an abusive relationship. 

 

Training for my first Ironman in Lake Tahoe was my path out of the body memory and helped me develop healthier and more nurturing self-talk by making Endurance and Strength work the foundation of my life.  

You can read the story Woven Love: How I found my North online.

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Know Your Why.

Being clear on what you want is critical to making the change. 

But knowing and understanding your Why is key to making lasting change. 

Fun Fact: My dog Harvey is obsessed with tennis balls. He will dive down cliffs to retrieve them. His why? He is a hunting breed and perceives tennis balls as his prey to deliver back to his hooman. He will not give up. Though often to his detriment. 

My goal for you and me? Discover your Why. Make the change but ensure you will thrive.