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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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Wait and Be Patient

From a very young age, I loved being barefoot. I hated the confinement of shoes. My feet needed to breathe. I ran through the forest playing in creeks, collecting tadpoles, and making bridges with tree branches. Much of my childhood felt confined and this bit of freedom, my toes wiggling in the Earth, let my wild spark stay alive. I knew, even early on, I couldn’t bear to be tamed or shoved into a box or… shoe.

I ended up with so many splinters and little nicks and cuts. I’d go barefoot for as long as I possibly could to just prove I could “tough it out” as my father said. When I couldn’t bear it any longer, I’d let my mom wrap me in her arms and cry, begging her to help me heal.

The feeling of the ground beneath my feet and the freedom I felt with running through the forests was lost on me as soon as those little twigs broke off and left pieces embedded in my skin. Soon, I was too afraid of pain to be coaxed by a warm breeze or the playful sunshine. I left my freedom and slid into those protective shoes, forgetting how my heart sang when my toes touched the earth. Whenever I released myself from my mother’s grasp and stared down at the tiny laced shackles around my feet, she’d just smile and tell me to be patient with myself, that the fear and the pain would subside and maybe, just maybe, my little feet would be happy to find themselves padding through the forest, again. I never believed her. I was convinced my feet were bound to live in shoes forever.

Fear can disillusion us. Truths we once thought of as worth it or impressive or absolute become insignificant, unimportant. The freedom you once cherished loses its luster, the shine dimmed in the face of pain or discomfort.

I need to tell you. I still walk barefoot any and every time I can.

The healing process is kind of like my mother holding me while she plucked little, tinsy tiny splinters from my feet. She was always so calm, encouraging me to wait and to be patient with myself, and to know deep in my heart my wild would come back.

The healing process takes time. It will never be rushed, and it will never leave you until you are ready. The burden you carry now will fall away if you can wait and be patient with yourself. The process of unraveling of your full truth is so much better than walking around with splinters in your feet. Endure the pain and know freedom again. 

It’s worth it, my friend. You are worth it.

There is no right way to heal. There is only the process. It is as individual as you are. So, let go of the expectation of healing in a certain way.
How many times have you told yourself that you “should” be something or “should” be doing something?

I should be able to handle this deadline.

I should be married by now. 

I should be making more money. 

Sound familiar?

Nothing ruins you more than expectations. Stop pushing yourself so dang hard and shaming yourself for not being where you think that you “should” be or healing how you “should” be.

Instead of should’ing all over yourself this week, I challenge you to replace it with this statement: I release the expectation of healing. I give myself grace to move with ease and flow. I will wait and be patient with myself. Life is working for me and never against me. I choose to let life lead.

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Soul alignment coach + Body freedom specialist
oat milk latte connoisseur
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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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