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You are not broken...

Your Wild Woman is calling to you. It's time to wake up. 

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Wild Woman, this is your time!

From my perspective, there aren't very many of us who truly believe we are worthy — simply because we are — not because of what we do, what we have, how much we weigh, how attractive we are, or because of the letters we have behind our name.

I believe our feelings of unworthiness hold us back from being all that we want to be. And further, I believe these feelings of unworthiness are rooted in our Wounded Wild Child. Journaling is the perfect tool for claiming worthiness because it peels back our beliefs one layer at a time — until we feel our innate worthiness in our very soul.

Journaling is my medicine. I help you to walk your path to awakening your Wild Woman.

Claiming pieces of your worthiness is a lifetime goal. That is one of journaling's gifts — the ability to look back and see how far you've come. Committing the words of your heart to paper is your soul's record of this awakening.

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How can I help you?

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journaling techniques

Learn how to connect to your heart, find your writing voice, and discover your life's stories.

heal your stories

Take the first step to let go of the old stories that are holding you back and write a new life, here.

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find your wild woman!

Discover the divine you by connecting to your intuition, and your most authentic self.


more than a course, this could change your life. 

This is a beautiful course and Kathy, the instructor, is a beautiful person. I could feel how much she cared and wants to help people by sharing this amazing writing practice. The practice is deeply healing, and great for journal writing, but has also breathed new life into my novel writing. From the first time I tried writing from the heart, it felt like I had come home." — Morgan Roche

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