For the last 20 years, I have lived in France, the UK, Italy, the United States, Kenya, and Zimbabwe. Before finding my calling as a life coach for expat spouses, I worked in the field of international development — and I loved it.
But I didn’t always feel like I was living into my full potential. I wanted this life. It was my dream, I worked hard at it, and I am proud of it. And yet…
Like you, I have packed and unpacked my family in record time, recreated my professional identity, and navigated new cultures. I know what it’s like to have ticked all the boxes on paper and still feel unfulfilled. I know what it’s like to wonder what’s next and whether it’s the right time or the right thing. I know how uncomfortable it can be to hear a simple question like, “What brought you here?” or “What do you do?” I’ve also felt disconnected from the people who mean the most to me and worried about the long-lasting impact that expat life might have on our TCKs (our third-culture kids).
But then I discovered the truth: I could reinvent myself thousands of times and move to twenty countries, but I could never create real change while suffering from self-doubt.
I had to believe in my vision.
I had to believe that I could create a successful life coaching business and do what I love: supporting expat partners while being the spouse and parent I want to be.
Now, I look forward to helping you find your vision, step into your purpose, and reconnect to what matters most.