If you were here with me right now, we’d likely be out in my garden. I’d ask how you are doing—how you are really doing—and I might not be able to help my curiosity as we picked zinnias together.
I’d want to know what makes you come alive.
What makes you tick? What do you most want to cultivate in your life? What are the things you’ve always wanted to do?
I’d listen intently.
I love hearing what’s really there. Seeing women come undone in order to come alive—throwing off everything that hinders them to live out their unique purpose—makes me want to dance!
If you felt any fear about sharing your path here and the bumps in the road, I’d tell you what I know to be true:
I’m not perfect. And my path here hasn’t been perfect either. But, I’m living on purpose right where I am, and you can too!
I’m a mom to three–one through the gift of adoption—a grateful wife, and a believer in the impossible (we have quite the story!).
The pictures of my husband Ari and me? A miracle, and proof that the impossible is possible.
But! Now I know the impossible is possible. You can read my story in Make It Happen: Surrender Your Fear, Take the Leap, Live On Purpose, and my new book, Cultivate: A Grace-Filled Guide to Growing an Intentional Life.
I’m passionate about helping women get unstuck, unrushed, and living on purpose instead of by accident. Why? Because that was my story, too. I created the PowerSheets® Intentional Goal Planner, the Write the Word Bible journals, and the Cultivated Homeschool Planner to help you make what matters happen, right where you are. I was also the Editor-in-Chief of a magazine for a decade until recently!
My path here has been rather untraditional and I have learned in all my challenges that peonies grow through the dirt, and so do we.
Good things grow over time, through little-by-little progress (just like in my garden).
You don’t have to do it all, or be it all, or do life like anyone else. You can choose to cultivate what matters, right where you are.
This too can be your story.
It only takes a tiny seed to grow into a towering tree–providing shade and cleaner air and fruit for many. What we do here on this earth, no matter how small we think it is, matters.
Will you join me?
I’d love to get to know you, whether on Instagram, on the Cultivate Your Life podcast, in person at the Making Things Happen conference (hosted here in Chapel Hill, NC!), or on the blog. I’m grateful you’re here!