I consider myself a person in progress. I love photos + words. On my blog, I share my journey towards living well through the things that inspire me, each and every day.
I am an incredibly honest, goal-oriented, former suit-wearer, with a background in financial consulting, engineering, non-profit international development, organizational management, and now a wellness-oriented creative blogger who is passionate about helping people find their version of living well.
Currently, I own a small yoga business Power Yoga with Julie in Massachusetts where I teach (mostly) moms how to get their body lean, toned, and gorgeous, all while enjoying the luscious splendor which is an awesome, and incredibly relaxing, yoga class.
Yes, friend, it’s possible. Take my word for it. It’s all about the fascia.
You can also take memory keeping classes with me online through my business Little Paper Projects.
It’s a strange path, I know. But bear with me, because I firmly believe that all of these professional paths are going to converge to my through line: the point in my career where all of those seemingly different professional careers all come together. And when I get there, you’ll say: OH, that makes sense.
I’ll say that too, because it will be a happy surprise for all of us. 😉
About this Blog
How I Sustain is the place where I write about what inspires me, what wakes me up in the morning, what keeps me going when life throws lemons (like, at me, in the way where if I don’t dart quickly enough, I’m going down), what I love most about right now, and how I get through that crazy balance of motherhood, work, starting my own business, and still finding time to do the things that I need to do to stay me – like crafting, creating, and memory keeping.
If I had to sum my perspective here into one sentence, it would be this:
It doesn’t matter how much you invest in the production of perfect, if you have to impose undue stress on yourself to get there, make sure you’re able to say that it was worth it.
Sometimes I just want to be able to say “ya, it’s worth it” and know that I mean it. And that’s why I write here. And that’s what I’m trying to share.