The Connected Life offers support to women awakening to their heart.

I believe the path forward requires a new depth of courage, to step into the unknown and fill the longings of your heart from the inside out. I also believe the struggle never completely goes away, yet you can get better at navigating it.

Here you are encouraged to cultivate a relationship with Self first, as your walk the path of discovery, awareness, healing and self-care.


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Live life as an expression of who you are by first identifying your values, strengths, traits, gifts, passions and deeper purpose.


Open the door to conscious choice by cultivating awareness of the thoughts, feelings and behaviours that no longer serve you.


Awaken your inner healer. Learn how to release past hurts that keep you stuck in a cycle of emotional pain and take back your power.


Create a sacred kit of proven self-care practices that support you to maintain your physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Want to open your heart and learn how to live in harmony with who you are?

Come on then you’ve got some exploring to do around here.



Pay Attention When Life Takes You By Surprise

This wasn’t the blog article I had planned for this week, yet stick with me because it’s the one I had to write. Life can creep up and take you by surprise. You can be cruising through, feeling good, dreaming big and holding focus for the important things and then...
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Is it Time to Break Up with Your Inner Bully?

“Remember, you have been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.”  ~ Louise L. Hay   Having a strong lean towards perfectionism, structure and order, I’ve always had an active inner bully. These...
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My Favourite Practice to Support a Heart Centered Life

Today I’m sharing my favourite practice that supports me to live a heart centered life. It’s also the practice that helps me hold my intention to live life as a true expression of who I am. For those of you who have been with me a while, you’ll know I often share my...
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