Empowering educators and leaders from the inside out!
Move beyond stress and overwhelm, find balance, and restore your time and energy so you can show up where it matters most.
Break free from the guilt and shame
Anxiety, stress, exhaustion, imposter syndrome, Sunday scaries; does this sound familiar?
It doesn’t have to be this way. As an educator, team leader, or busy parent, you pour yourself into others, losing yourself along the way. Stressors build, overwhelm sets in, leaving you feeling guilty for not being able to reach the unrealistic expectations and demands placed upon you. And soon areas of your life that matter most to you begin to suffer. Have you considered a life coach to help you level up and get your life back?
A life coach can help guide you toward your own empowerment
As an educator who found herself struggling and burned out, I discovered the tools and roadmap to empowerment and inner healing. I’m Jess, and my goal is to guide educators and team leaders toward their own empowerment with the proper tools and coaching helping to enhance your overall wellness with improved emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Move beyond stress and overwhelm and get your life back
1. Gain Clarity:
First we’ll get clear around where you are now, and where you want to be. We’ll explore your goals, develop a personalized plan, and take focused steps.
2. Make Shifts:
Next we’ll shed light on the root causes preventing you from finding the peace and balance you need. We’ll shift thoughts, words, and behaviors to align with what you envision for your life.
3. Level Up:
Finally, you’ll be equipped with tools and strategies to inspire and empower you beyond our time together. You’ll deepen the connection to yourself so you can live mindfully, intentionally and with purpose.
Free self-care syllabus
Regain your energy and feel empowered with daily activities, affirmations, and more.
“Jess has a calm, supportive, warm demeanor that puts you instantly at ease. She brings a caring and calm sense of community to her sessions. I leave feeling refreshed, recentered, and ready to greet my day.”