Through You Can't Eat Love, I am creating a safe and supportive space where people of all ages and walks of life can come together and discover their very best friend in the whole wide world - themselves. Draw on my experience to stop the cycle of stuffing down your emotions.
I believe anyone can live their best life.
I am always on a journey. My motto is “why not?” I measure things I want to do against the yardstick of “when I am 80 years old, I don’t want to be sitting in my rocking chair on my front porch saying, ‘I wish I would have’”.
Like so many others (and maybe even you), I came to a very low point where I looked at my life and did not like what I saw. I decided to make a choice. I chose to get healthy – mentally, emotionally, and physically.
When asked, I will tell you if I had known how hard the work would be, I might have made a different choice. But, knowing what I know now, I am grateful I kept doing the hard work of the hard work.
My books and other writing come from the lessons and self-discovery on my journey to living my best life. The way I write is the same way I speak so you feel as if you are having a conversation with a friend. My writing is honest and relatable because I want YOU to know I have been there. I want you to know I am real and not writing from a lot of books and theories.
By doing the hard work of learning to love myself, discovering my very best friend in the whole wide world and embracing forgiving myself, I lost almost 100lbs, kept it off and am living my best life. I no longer rely on my drug of choice (food) to numb the emotions I was afraid to experience.
Now, life is one grand adventurous journey from scuba diving to beekeeping. From riding on an elephant in Africa to riding in a hot air balloon in New Mexico. And so much more in between.
My passions, besides my family, are GUTaS International and my heart family in Zimbabwe – especially Mercy, Betty and Itai. GUTaS stands for Get Up, Take a Step. GUTaS is changing lives one step, one stitch at a time.
When my husband and children ask “Why?” I always responds, “Why not?”
“If we have our own why in life, we can get along with almost any how.”
My favorite moment was when a reader commented to me "you are a real person?"
Yes, I am a very real person. Very much like you. I went on this journey to share my story with you because I realized how many more 'me's' there are in the world.
I am so grateful to you for reading and learning from my story. I love to hear from you about how my crazy ideas have helped you live your best life.
Please reach out and let me know how I can help you as you run into traffic jams and struggle to stay in your car, not park it, not get out and not walk home.
You are enough,
You can join the community on Facebook and Instagram. Also, please feel free to reach out via email and messenger. I always have time to talk.
You are important to me.
If you see you in any part of my story and you just need to share with someone, scroll down and drop me a message or click the button and schedule a chat.
I'll bring the diet coke!
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I will do my best to get back to you soon!
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