A community for young women
who want to stop playing small
so they can show up with
confidence + courage.

when did you start shrinking yourself?

It may not have been a particular event. It was likely over a period of time.
You might have gone from being a confident little girl to a young woman who played small out of fear of criticism or fear of  failure.
But now you're not fulfilled.
Because you know you are meant for more. 

I recall one line from my favorite quote by Marianne Williamson:
“As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.”

It beautifully explains how genuine connection and community can help empower and inspire us.

We need more women to lean into their why.
We need more women to lean into their magic.
Why?
Because that’s part of how we begin to truly liberate ourselves AND our communities.

marianne williamson

We ask ourselves
Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?
Actually, who are you not to be?
You are a child of God.

Always remember:
Your words and your voice matter (even if it shakes).
Your feelings matter.  Even if they make you uncomfortable.  ESPECIALLY if they make you uncomfortable.
Your story matters.  It will inspire another woman.
You matter.  Your worth is your birthright.

FEEL is my offering to bring together like minded women in a community of encouragement and love.
Therapy is a great path to healing, but so is community.  It's how humans have survived and thrived all of these years.

"We don't have to do it alone.
We were never meant to."
-Brene' Brown


community, creativity, confidence+courage

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about

"Very relaxing atmosphere
with no pressure to be like everyone else."

"I was ready to share at the end and I don't like speaking in front of people."

"I enjoyed the safe space that was created."

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"One day you will look back and realize all along you were blooming."

-Morgan Harper Nichols