I didn't think I could do it.
Coaching the lovely Eleshia Harris
30 days ago, I had no idea I'd be where I am today.
I was frozen, I was scared. I didn't think I had anything to add to the discussion on race.
I felt ashamed I hadn't shown up as an advocate for Black lives sooner.
But something changed.
(What exactly? Tell you below!)
As of yesterday, I've gotten to coach 6 Black moms on the house to help them make time for themselves, do things they love, and handle hard things with confidence.
These coaching sessions have been amazing - my clients called in from greater Seattle, Northern California, and the U.K.!
With my support they:
One mom told me, "I felt very comfortable talking to you, comfortable enough to say how I really was feeling. Being able to be transparent and hearing myself talk out loud is good."
As word spread that these sessions booked full, I started to get offers from followers to send me money to sponsor even more sessions for Black moms. (Thank you, Katie Hager, for making yesterday's session possible!)
Please celebrate with me!
If I can go from being frozen and ashamed to taking concrete steps toward caring for Black lives, I know you can too.
If the moms I coached can go from feeling overwhelmed to knowing what next step to take to feel calm, I know you can too.
If you want to drink your coffee while it's hot and feel like yourself again, I'm here to work with you when you're ready.
Thank you for making this amazing community what it is. It's an honor to serve you!
To becoming the kind of mom (and person) you want to be,
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