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I'm Robin!

I'm a nurse turned soul alignment coach. After years of feeling stuck in limiting beliefs, I decided to go against the norm and design my life MY WAY. I'm also an oat milk latte obsessed, yoga pants wearing,  snack eating & nap taking enthusiast. My mission? Helping other women discover their soul's purpose and redesign their lives without societal pressures telling them who they "should" or "shouldn't" be.

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Singing Solo

I grew up a rule follower; a home before dark, get to school early, extracurricular participating “golden child.” I was the one that my parents never had to worry about. 

She behaves. 

She listens.

She does what she’s told. 

She’s a good girl. 

She’s the helper, the lover. 

She gives more than she takes. 

She’ll follow the “right” path. 

She will succeed. 

And that became my ballad. I did what I was told to do enough that I started to believe the lines I was fed, silencing every song of truth that was screaming to break free from my very soul. Verse after verse, I denied any thrum of resistance pulsing through my veins, believing in the path that was set for me by others. I lived to appease everyone around me. 

I needed to fit my life into the boxes. 

I needed to be accepted. 

Even when I was following someone else’s plan, I think I’ve always known who I am. Even when I shoved aside my beliefs, my wants, and my needs, I knew the life I was living wasn’t really meant for me. But back then the fear of disappointing those around me had been stronger than any inkling that who I was becoming was far from who I wanted to be.

What if my desires didn’t align with what I was taught or told to do? 

My fear of disappointing those I deeply cared about overshadowed anything and everything. 

So, I hid. I suppressed my inner melody, quieted my notes of authenticity. I squeezed myself tightly into the little boxes laid before me and did the things I was told to do. I acquired a nursing degree because to everyone else that seemed the most logical, “You want to help others and need financial stability, so become a nurse.” I told myself it all made sense. They were right, this was what I should be doing. I internally fought the decision from my very first nursing class, my soul battling with the reasoning of others, but I did it anyway. Again, that fear of disappointment overpowered everything. The fear of failure sang louder than any chorus of truth and passion that hummed in my bones. I ignored the steady beat that called to me and closed my heart to it’s music. 

Over time, I accepted this role as who I was. Who I was told to be became who I was becoming. Day in and day out, I slowly slid into a rhythm that wasn’t my own. It felt wrong. I felt wrong. I felt guilty for not connecting as a nurse. I should be able to feel passionate about this, feel fulfilled. I was helping people, making a real difference. It was what everyone told me I was meant for. 

And then I hit burnout. I hit it hard. I couldn’t physically walk another day inside of that hospital. I was drained and there wasn’t anything that could stop me quitting. Yes, I quit. It’s a big scary word to some, but for me, it was my liberation. I shed the layers of my life that weren’t my own. The longing for letting myself be who I truly was sang louder than any voices of fear or doubt or judgement. I sought out others who could help me find my voice again. A spiritual coach offered gentle guidance as I uncovered wounds from my past that had never healed. Allowing someone else to peek inside places some have never seen was the first step in me realizing I didn’t have to do this alone. I opened my soul and we took out all the pieces, analyzing them from every angle – childhood trauma and a decade old battle with an eating disorder were tangled around every single fragmentation of my being. With her help, I slowly unraveled, peeling away the damages, letting my true self free. 

Inspired by my own transformation, I thought maybe I was meant to help other women break free from the body image battles I, myself, had struggled with. And the more I leaned into this purpose, the more I came to realize I felt the call somewhere else. It felt like I had skipped a step. Yes, I loved and still thoroughly enjoy helping women discover they are quite capable of loving themselves completely as they are. But, I knew there was something that tugged at my heart more, I wanted to help women take the very first step – the biggest step in my eyes, the step of realizing the control, the power, the direction of one’s life is solely in their hands. I can feel it in my bones. I was meant to help women align with their very soul and destroy any semblance of doubt or shame they may hold in their hearts. 

This new journey, of rediscovering myself, of reigniting my purpose is my hand interlacing with yours, reaching out – this is me letting you know I am here for you, ready to guide you along your own journey wherever it takes you. From a young age, we are given the idea that we need to decide who we are as early as possible and just go with it. I think that’s where we’ve got it wrong. We are constantly evolving and changing, growing and learning – how could we ever imagine to stay on the same path? Or even discover what a path for us may be without testing out some that weren’t meant for us? It’s okay to reinvent yourself. I’ve reinvented myself so many dang times and you know what? I’m still in the process right alongside of you.

The thing is, your purpose isn’t something you wake up with one day. It’s a process, a journey. Your true purpose was decided long before you were ever born, but all of your experiences, all of the different roads and paths you take, are what brings you closer to your calling. All the tiny steps or big leaps in life matter. Every single one. One day, you’ll find yourself in perfect harmony with your soul and it will be because of those successes and failures. 

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Soul alignment coach + Body freedom specialist
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Hi, I'm Robin.

I am also an ex-people pleaser, self-doubter, & chronic overachiever.
Where you are right now, I’ve been.

My mission beyond convincing you that oat milk lattes are far superior
to any other form of latte is to provide you with the tools you need
to build a bridge from an existence trapped in your own body
to a dynamic, passionate life thriving in absolute freedom.
You are capable of realizing all of your wants, needs, & desires.

All you need to do is make the choice to leap,
& I'll be there, ready to catch you.

Like...right now. So come on, jump!
Grab yourself a spicy margarita (my fave) while you’re at it
& let's get to know one another.

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