A writer and suicide loss survivor, I write words of hope and heart to help you through the hardest times. From poetry to practices, it’s all love. Take what you need. Even if life’s pretty good these days, there’s something here for you.
Art prints, meditations, books. I believe in making things with heart, things that last a lifetime and impact your life (after loss) for the better. Thoughtful, helpful, a joy to give and receive. The way it should be.
When you release the pressure, let the expectations go, change can be an enjoyable experience. When you strip your image of opinion and labels, you allow the energy of discovery to take up space in your life. Give your schedule and your mind room to breathe as you figure out what that means for you. Dig in. Take your time. In the meantime, may these affirmations inspire you to embrace the unknown and move closer to that which you love.
Living with intention is not about what you do, but how you do it. For me, living a meaningful life after loss has been a journey of self-understanding, self-advocacy, and spiritual maturity. I learned that I needed help, and that it's okay to ask for the help you need, especially when your quality of life is at stake. I also discovered this big truth: life is what you make it.
But if you want to do more than just make it through, get my Hope Letters. It’s the kind of email that keeps you going, whether your life feels like a mess or a miracle today.