A Journey of being

Welcome To My Nest

It is with privilege and honour that I welcome you into my nest.

Many women on the winding path of Motherhood arrive at a point where they are finally ready to give themselves the gift of having someone walk beside them as they explore what they truly want and need in their life.

I help Mothers support, nourish and optimise the relationship they have with themselves to return to wholeness and happiness.

Only when you feel whole, healed and happy can you truly be the loving partner and Mother you want to be.


Matters Of The Heart

When we come to a truth of what really matters it becomes our responsibility to find a way back to wholeness. We are humans having human experiences and although we may feel alone on the journey we are not alone in how we feel. These are common threads that link us together however honour that each journey to this point in time is unqiue to the individual.
Being a Mother doesn’t mean we have to relinquish what brings us joy, what keeps our inner pilot light burning, what inspires us.  Motherhood is far from being an all or nothing gig.

Learning to surrender to it’s messy mishmash of interwoven creativity with structure, fun with discipline, fantasy with focus, messiness with tidiness and everything else in between, means we embrace our ability to be flexible.


For many Mother’s in our modern society, managing daily anxiety is always on the to do list. Some manage to keep the lid on the what seems like a pressure cooker ready to explode and for others it consumes their life.

Over the years I’ve noticed that unless women learn to gracefully say “No” and effectively delegate, prioritise or ask for help the number and weight of the demands from others can become excessive and overwhelming. Under this intense load, our ability to respond to the circumstances in our daily lives becomes compromised and strained and anxiety becomes our constant companion.


Most of us know what it feels like to be lost but many choose to ignore the gifts being lost brings with it. We tend to sweep the uncertainty under the carpet until it can’t be ignored any more.

As human beings we have a deep need and strong desire for certainty. It makes us feel safe when we know what’s happening tomorrow next week, next month. Having certainty in our lives allows us to plan and most of the time have a good idea of the direction we’re headed.

Feeling uncertain of our direction or purpose in life can be frightening, isolating and lonely or can be viewed as an opportunity to explore what got you here and how you want to do things differently from here on in.


To belong, to feel like we’re part of the greater whole and feel accepted unconditionally  is a desire felt very deeply by all of us human beings.

Universally we all have a fear of being disconnected from others and unfortunately this fear can lead to fulfilling this deep need within us in ways that don’t serve us.


At certain times in our lives it can feel like every road we turn down for answers leads to no where.

For many Mothers who enter The Nest, life is barely worth getting out of bed for in the morning. They are desperetly wanting to create something different for themselves but have no idea how to begin. Often they don’t even know what they want, they simply know they can’t go on like this anymore.


With the absence of traditional tribes and extended families living with more and more distance between them, the support we feel we need as parents is often difficult to find.

In saying that though the very capable, no fuss Mummas I work along side, tend to struggle when it comes to reaching out for help when they need it. Whether it’s from their husbands, children or friends, they often push through to the point of burnout,  filled to the brim with anger and resentment with  ‘having to do it all.’


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Shelf Love

Books that have supported me through my journey of healing and self love. To learn new ways of being beyond the doing and witness what arises from within.

Tears & Tantrums

by Aletha J. Solter, Ph.D

Not knowing how to manage our children in times of high emotion is one of the biggest concerns for parents.

Having thoroughly researched the psychological and emotional needs of children for many years, I hold Aletha Solter’s work in very high regard.

She has written 5 books and Tears and Tantrums, I feel is the corner stone of her work.

The Leader Who Had No Title

by Robin Sharma

In order for us to be great leaders of our family, we must first learn to be great leaders of ourselves.

In his book, Robin shares very simple frameworks to align with in order to really embody the leader within you.

Written in a very unique story telling style, you’ll find yourself fully immersed as if you are right there learning the incredible lessons alongside the main character.

Resilient Grieving

by Dr Lucy Home

Many of the parents I work with are moving through a time of transition. Often this period in their lives involves making the decision to separate from a spouse.

Whilst this is s a very personal journey through Lucy’s own devastating loss, the practical, research based guide to finding your own path to recovery from devastating loss is nourishing and authentic.

The Disease To Please

by Harriet B. Braiker, Ph.D

As a recovering people pleaser, I know all too well, the crippling effect this type of patterning has on the individual.

Quite simply this book has been a game changer for my self and many of my clients.

The author both helps the reader to understand the un resourceful patterning and where it may have begun for you and wonderful practical tips on how to begin to live a life free of the need to please others to the detriment of yourself.

The Empath’s

Survival Guide

by Judith Orioff, MD

If you consider yourself a sensitive person who feels others joy and pain deeply but are  often exhausted, overwhelmed and feeling like you should be able to cope with life more effectively, this book is for you.

Judith helps you navigate setting healthy boundaries and recognising your sensitivity as the gift it truly is.

This is an invaluable resource for empaths and anyone who wants to nurture their sensitive nature and develop coping skills in a high stimulus world.

The Mask Of Masculinity

by Lewis Howes

Having worked with many Dad’s and being married to my husband for over 14yrs now I understand the battle men have with embracing vulnerability.

All sorts of factors contribute to Men feeling like they need to wear a mask to protect themselves within their relationships, friendships, work environment and recreational pursuits. Great resource for both Men and Women.


Words of Gratitude

“My Guardian Angel”

“Thank you for being such an enormous support to me. I really couldn’t have gone through this without you. Your wisdom, words of comfort, tough love, your witchy woo woo magic……… all of it.”


“Thank you so much”

“Thank you so much for your support and guidance over the past 12mths. You have been one of the most important people in my life this year.”


“Brings me so much joy knowing you have my back”.

“Thank you so much for the light you have bought to my life this year. You’ve helped me find my voice, you’ve helped me become brave, you’ve helped me rise.”


“Such an Inspiration”

“It has been such an honour to witness your commitment to support woman find their sense of self, worth and purpose in the world as a woman and a mother.


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