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Hot take: the practice of setting New Year’s resolutions is counter-productive for actually taking charge of your long-term growth and change. I am wholeheartedly against the phrase, “New year, new me/you/us.” Setting goals? Absolutely. Even committing to accomplishing a goal in 12 months time? Sure, timelines are motivating. Growth? I am ALWAYS here for that. […]

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If you’re like most people I know right now, you’re in need of a boost. (And frankly, same.) This year has brought so many unexpected challenges as we go through the most unpredictable time. But through it all, there’s been so much growth and discovering a new kind of strength. A huge part of that […]

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I’m just going to get right to it. Women are constantly struggling with being seen and heard. I think that this is something that has become a problem due to other women and men making judgements on who we are, before we even start a conversation. It’s easy to make negative initial assumptions about people, […]

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The Reasons You’re Not Wearing the Clothes in Your Closet When the seasons change, do you find that you don’t have anything in your closet that you actually want to wear? You’ve started to mentally prepare for the next season, and you’re ready for the temperature change, but your wardrobe doesn’t really reflect that. So, […]

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2018 Review And Reflection: The One Situation That Changed My Year I have been spending a lot of time in the last few weeks focusing on reflection. Being an entrepreneur, my time spent reflecting on myself and my business has a tendency to overlap. There is so much of myself in my business, and when […]

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I’m a little late in celebrating my entrepreneur anniversary, but I’ve been busy, so that’s ok! A year ago, on June 22, I announced here that I was leaving teaching to pursue being a stylist full time. I wanted to do a post reflecting on my first year of being my own #girlboss, including all […]

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When I got to the point in my life when I had made up my mind that I needed to become a wardrobe stylist, I started to make little changes to my look. I added more visible tattoos. The way that I dressed began to change. After I was officially done with teaching, I purged my own closet, removing the trousers that I hated to wear, along with cardigans that I never liked, etc. I wanted to do for myself what I do all the time for my clients, and allow myself to love everything in my closet, and feel like it represented me.  I didn’t want to blend in anymore, or even have the option to blend in. I think all of that ties into how I ended up going with a blonde pixie cut.

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What’s it like having an intuitive stylist shop for you?

I help dress your soul, and allow you to step into your higher self. You’ve already done most of the work – our time to work together occurs as one of the final steps before your transformation. Does that sound a little scary? It’s ok, you’ll always feel supported through the entire process. My goal is for you to love everything in your closet, and to feel incredible every time you get dressed.

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