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Hi, I’m Kim, a happy certified life coach!

Remember the days of visiting restaurants, eating delicious food, enjoying excellent conversation, exchanging happy thoughts, and laughing with friends?

Now, imagine a fun night out and waking up the next morning with a fever and wheezing, followed by ultimately inexplicable stomach issues lasting for months.

My friends, a couple of years ago, this was my story.

During those months, worry, hopelessness, anxiety and despair overwhelmed this historically happy, healthy, positive, active, socially engaged human.

Searching for Medical Answers Proved Fruitless!

Tears, dietary changes, lab tests, appointments across medical modalities and specialties culminated in this guidance: ‘get out of your head?’

What did that even mean?

I consumed all I could in relation to brain health, meditated, and listened to health podcasts.

One of the podcasts had a life coach who said it was possible to change our current thoughts to better thoughts.

Feeling intrigued, and desperately wanting to feel better, I hired her to be my life coach!

Learning about self-awareness, helped me conclude that my thoughts could be the reason my sickness was holding on.

After several powerful sessions and choosing thoughts I wanted to keep, my worry disappeared, I healed and returned to normal life, and other areas of my life improved!

What if I Could Become a Coach and Help Others?

I took the next step, and my new-found knowledge lead me to enrolling in a self-coaching program and later I became a certified life coach!

To this day I am thankful for this experience and no longer spend time worrying about things I cannot control, and now I help my own clients with their own self-care!

As the saying goes “Life Happens For You, Not To You. Find the Gift“.

Being sick and suffering from worry was the gift that lead me to helping others, and I can help you!

If you feel stuck, you’ve come to the right place.

Schedule a complimentary discovery call by clicking on the calendar below!

See you soon!