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Motorcycle-riding renegade life coach and leader of the Wildheart Revolution. Loves: Hot-pink lipstick, puns, guns, crosswords, two-steppin', and french manicures.

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Because Two Whiskeys Are Better Than One

Last week I went to a baseball game on a whim, with my best friend.


We hopped on the BART train (bay area public transportation) like a couple of teenagers who just snuck out of the house.

With whiskey in our water bottles, extra eyeliner, and sassy attitudes, we giggled and laughed the whole way to the park.


And when it came time to “sneak in” our water bottle to the game, it brought me right back to being 16 years old when i had to “sneak in” beers through my bedroom window. Or try to get the older kids at the liquor store to buy us beer for the weekend.

Or the rush I used to get when I just decided that I was to be backstage at whatever concert I was at. Or be best friends with whatever celebrity I saw at the bar that night.

It reminded me of Reckless abandon. Freedom. Deciding what you want and then making it happen. Even if it seems impossible or ridiculous.

In my career of doing this…crazy amazing things have happened. Because I went for it. I asked for the dance. But had I not gone for it, nothing would have happened.

And this reminded me of everything in life and in business.

If you don’t say yes to the opportunities, or don’t create your own….nothing happens. (click to tweet!)

If you don’t put yourself out there, no one knows about you.

If you don’t get in the van, you’ll stay exactly where you’re at.

So much of the time we feel like we don’t have what we want, but yet aren’t willing to do anything to truly change that. Or feel like we don’t know HOW to change that.

So I wanted to come up with a fun list of things to keep in mind if you’re feeling stuck. If life is feeling a little bit lackluster. I hope you enjoy it. XOXO

When the opportunity shows up, take it

When the opportunity isn’t there, create it

Don’t try to do it alone (two whiskey water bottles are better than one)

Follow your instincts

Ask for the dance

Say yes when asked to dance

Get in the van

Try something different (do the opposite of what you usually do)

Be rebellious

Question your own thoughts

Have fun

When you need help, ask for it

Be around loved ones as much as possible

Be clear on what it is you want

Ask for guidance on how to get it

I wrote an email to my newsletter list this weekend. And one of the people who responded is psychic Licia Morelli. And she wrote:

“I get the image of you steering a ship and the course is in the midst of being righted. Your first mate (I believe your partner or someone who is with you and around you appears from behind out of nowhere and is back at your side) he’s coming and standing next to you guiding your course.

But you are the Captain and you choose how you ultimately get there- the stars are your map- keep following your instincts.”

And this all feels very on par for the adventure I’m currently on.

I just had the feeling I needed to leave town. Grab the van. Start driving. And figure it out along the way.

Same thing with the baseball game. And getting backstage. And everything.

Our hearts and instincts know what’s best. But we ignore the messages all the time.

What I wish for you is this…Follow your arrow, wherever it points.

And if you want help doing that, I hope you check out the Wildheart Revolution because none of us can do it alone. Because knowing the right move or the direction of your arrow isn’t always super clear.

Because two whiskeys are better than one. (click to tweet!)

Because you need all the support you can get to live the exciting life you’re imagining for yourself.

I want that for you. And I see it happen every single day inside the Wildheart Revolution. My members are doing things they never thought they could. Are sharing in ways they’ve never been able to anywhere else. It’s so hard to describe what it’s like in there…I just know that CHANGE IS HAPPENING. We’re a peacefully rebellious army whose goal is to fight for the very best lives possible.

That is the Wildheart Revolution.

And we want YOU.

Doors for Wildheart are currently open, but only until tomorrow. And if you hop in now, price of membership is $100 off. So don’t miss it. Don’t forget to say YES to the dance. YES to the adventure.

See you backstage,


You Belong Somewhere You Feel Free

Where you belong


I’m supposed to write a super slick and sexy blog post to you today, because I’m in the middle of a launch for my membership community, Wildheart Revolution. Marketers tell me that I need to speak to your pain points. Massage the message. Be strategic.

But I’m a Wildheart, and that means that I honestly can’t do anything that doesn’t feel resonant or real for me, no matter how many statistics say I should do it.

The truth is…I strongly dislike launches. And I hate all that I’m supposed to do during them. I hate the way I feel like I’m never doing a good enough job, or I don’t ever quite have the right formula.

Being in business is weird. It’s like you start out because you believe in something. You want to make a difference in the world. And you want to paint your life with exactly the colors you want to use.

And then somewhere along the line you learn that your box of crayons isn’t what gets people to look at your painting. And so you spend tons of cash learning how to use the industry standard’s box of crayons. And no one buys your things still.

Why? Because everyone can tell the difference between a painting that was commissioned for a generic hotel, and a painting that is a raw and utter expression of the artist’s soul.

For me, today, my soul is tired. A bit road weary. But while being a bit under the weather, I can tell you I love WIldheart with all my heart and soul…and THAT feeling is what I want to relay to you.

I believe in it. I know it works. I see it every single day with my members who are doing things they never thought possible or sharing parts of themselves they’ve never been able to show.

I’m not trying to sell you an “e-course” or a solution to all your problems. I’m not trying to tell you that my way is the only or best way to go.

But what I am doing is inviting you to discover for yourself what might be possible when you truly say YES to yourself. To making real changes in your life that actually make a real difference. I’m inviting you to see yourself…even more. And love that person…even more.

To join me on the bathroom floor, crying. To give each other a knowing glance of understanding when sh*t gets real in your life and you feel stuck. To partake in your own humanness and enter into a human experience with people who are willing to jump into the fire with you.

It IS a Revolution after all.

And I’m here for the long haul.

Now…Wildheart probably won’t solve your life in 5 easy steps. It probably won’t fix whatever is broken in your life (mostly because one of the tenants of Wildheart is that you’re not broken…there is nothing wrong with you…you’re just a human having a human experience).

But what it WILL do is give you the opportunity to really f*cking try to have all those things you say you’ve been wanting. To be a part of something bigger than just an online business group. To experience something more dynamic than just a 1:1 coaching relationship.

To be at the ground level of a Revolution that is just beginning to take shape. To help carry the torch.

To BE the Revolution. BE the change. BE Wildheart.

That’s what this is all about.

A Revolution where people are deciding for themselves how they want their lives to be. People who are buying their very first minivan and expanding their families. To people who have just opened up their marriages for the very first time. To people who have gotten into an RV and embarked on their very first road trip. Or people who are entertaining the idea for the first time ever that maybe (just maybe) there is a bit more to life than clocking in to that job you’ve been going to for the past 20 years.

Wildheart knows no age. No gender. No “path.”

Wildheart is the Revolution for the people who know that living from their hearts is the only way to go. (TWEET THIS)

Who are a bit wild, in all their own ways. Who don’t resonate with all the other stuff that’s out there.

Wildhearts FEEL it. There is something that bubbles up in your belly or your heart when you imagine yourself on your own open road. Steering your own ship. You KNOW you’re meant for a beautiful journey. And you’re (scared/excited) to set sail. And the beautiful thing about the Revolution is that we are all here to be your net. To support you if you feel like you’re falling.

Wildheart is not for everyone. I know that. And you might not be ready yet to sign up just yet (or ever). But you’re reading this because something I’ve said somewhere along the line sparked something in you. Maybe even if it was just a tiny ember.

And so all I ask right now is that you check it out. Wildheart. See if it’s the right fit for you. See if it makes that ember grow ever brighter. And if it doesn’t…no problem.

I don’t know where Wildheart will end up but it has wings and it’s in flight. I imagine that you are too. I feel it so strongly in my bones. It’s a new way of living. And I want to take you along for the ride, if that’s the kind of adventure you want to be on.

What do you have to lose?

All My Wildhearted Love,

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Up up and away dear Wildheart,


I had a whole other blog planned out for you today. But such as life goes…blogs go to.

In that…from moment to moment, everything changes.

If you’ve been reading my blogs lately, you’ve probably noticed that life has felt a bit…tough. Emotional. Sobbing on the floor kind of pain.

And somewhere in all that mess I decided I needed an adventure. (click to tweet)

Everything felt stuck. Same old same old. I’d wake up to the same view with virtually the same nightmares the night before.

Work on the same spot on the same couch. Or the same table at the same coffee shop. Day after day.

I got into business for myself because I wanted to create the kind of life I truly wanted to live, but what happened along the way was that I became an employee of my own business, with a boss that was tough on me. And expected a lot. And gave me no days off.

Self-inflicted wounds.

And don’t get me wrong…I love what I do with all my heart and soul, which is how it’s possible for me to work at it as much as I do.

I BELIEVE in Wildheart. I BELIEVE it makes a difference. I BELIEVE it’s important. And I BELIEVE it needs to be in the world. It’s much much more than work.

It’s a mission. A piece of my heart. It’s important. And I love it.

But if I, myself, am not “wildhearting” in my own life, then what good is it that I run the Wildheart Revolution?

So on a whim last week, I got on a plane. Packed whatever would fit in a small black backpack and headed out to California. Where I picked up my family’s camper van.

If you’ve been around these parts for awhile, you’ll know that I spent LOTS of time traveling in this exact van. On a solo road mission to find out what I was made of (as well as the most ideal place for me to live). That time, with just a map and my big great dane.

This time. It’s just me. No map. No dog. Which is apropos to where I’m at in my life right now. A whole new chapter that is literally being written as each word slides off my fingers onto this keyboard.

Nothing is the same as it’s been before. And what’s ahead? Who knows. Seriously. (click to tweet)

So much is unknown. Including where the van will be going later today. And it reminds me that ALL of life is unknown.

Technically, this is not a good time for me to be on the road. I am launching another enrollment for the Wildheart Revolution, which requires a ton of internet time and undivided attention.

And in the spirit of walking my talk, I don’t care.

I surrender and trust that I will have the opportunity to be here as much as I need to be, while at the same time letting the wind flow through my hair, listening to the ocean waves crash as I drift off to sleep. Letting whatever local radio station there is fill the soundtrack of my drive. Watching the pinks and yellows of the sunset peer through my window.

I don’t know where the wind will take me, but really, none of us do.

We just have to trust that we know what’s best for us in any given moment, and BELIEVE that it all works out for the best. (click to tweet)

Yesterday I woke up on the shore of a beach on the coast of California. I slept in til near 10, which I haven’t done in ages. Took a leisurely breakfast with an important person in my life.

Stopped by the winery of my college roommate. And ended up crying (happy and sad tears) over a glass of wine from said winery with my very best friend in the whole world later that night.

We got dressed up all fancy (hello high heels…haven’t seen you since I moved to Montana) and I took her out to dinner at a totally hipster fancy restaurant. We talked about life. Love. Change. Age. The fact that we ruled the town back in our 20’s. We reminisced about all the men in our past (plenty of which we couldn’t remember their names). And we wondered how on earth to go back in time.

And then realized that we don’t actually want to. And that’s not the point. That this moment is the only one that matters and in this moment we are laughing and hugging and eating olives out of a fancy bowl. And what else in life is there, really?

It’s THIS moment. The one that matters.

That there is a blue sky. Or a hug from your best friend’s daughter.

I’m not sure where I’ll be next time I write you but I’ll undoubtedly take you along for the ride.

Because THIS is a Wildheart Life.

The metaphoric (or literal) wind in your hair. The hug with your best friend. The decision to get on that plane or only pack as much as will fit in a backpack. The decision to live in the now. To make decisions based on your heart in this moment. And to keep living and loving even when you’re balled up on the floor. Crying.

Life goes on. So let your Wildheart run free in the meantime. (click to tweet)

And this is exactly what the Wildheart Revolution is all about. Making conscious choices. Being awake. Getting on that plane (whatever YOUR version of that plane is). Letting your heart hang out and your tears flow through. Being the absolute best YOU possible by taking yourself on these adventures.

Wanna come along for the ride?

I am opening the doors again to the Wildheart Revolution (in case you don’t know it’s a private lifestyle/coaching community for unconventional people who want to live life on their own terms) next week. And it’s different this time.

Yes, there will be a sale, but I’m also limiting the number of total members as to keep the group intimate and close. Which means that if you want to become a member you’re going to want to jump in now. Once the spots are filled, the only way to get in will be if someone leaves the group. I’m not messing around here. :)

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I’ll be the one waving to you from the highway,


Why do I even bother?

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Last night I made beets for dinner (among other things because who eats just beets for dinner??)

And as I was doing that, I grew more and more annoyed.

The process for beet-making (in case you don’t already know) can be a bit tedious. First, you have to wash them. Then cut off both ends. Then you have to boil them which ALWAYS takes way longer than you want them to, and in my case, close to an hour (which, when you’re hungry is forrrrrever).

Then…when they’re done you have to wait for them to cool off. Then you have to peel them. And then you have to cut them up. And all the while…the beet juice is flying all over your kitchen, staining your cutting board and your hands. It’s messy.

So…I’m sure it’s clear by now that cooking is not my thing. And you might be thinking “ummm…that doesn’t sound all that hard.” And it’s not. It’s not hard.

But to me, it’s annoying. And takes too long. And is too messy. And I wish my grocery store had pre-cooked beets to save me the hassle.

But unfortunately, I don’t have that option. And so what that means is that if I want beets (because I love them) I’m going to have to put in some extra effort in order to have them in my life.

All of this passed through my mind as I was making beets last night. And I wondered, “why do I even bother? There are plenty other vegetables in the world.”

And I realized that I bother because I love them. They make me feel good. They matter to me. And make my salad taste delicious. I love their color, texture, everything. And so it’s worth it to me to wait a bit longer for them to boil. It’s worth it to me to put in the extra effort to peel them. It’s worth it to me to have red hands for a couple days.

And because sometimes the things you want the most aren’t always the easiest to get. (click to tweet)

And this reminded me of everything in life. Especially in business and love. Which are two topics that have been on my mind constantly lately.

The things that we want most take effort. And time.

We all want to rush into everything. And the second it’s not going the way we want, we want to bail. Pull the plug on the love, quit business, throw the beets in the trash and order pizza.

Because that way of living is easier.

I seriously wish sometimes I was the type of person that wanted pizza. Or was happy with just a whatever job or relationship. But I’m not. That’s not me.

I’m a Wildheart. Dynamic, emotional, intense, flip-flopping beet lover and I can’t help it and I don’t want to.

To me…this is the only way to live.

Do I struggle more than maybe some other people that are happy with a less deep or connected life…probably. But would I give that up for the latter…HELL NO. It’s not even a choice I have.

And I’m guessing you wouldn’t either. Because if you’re reading this, you’re probably a wildheart too.


You want to live life on your own edge. You reject the status quo. You KNOW you’re meant for something great. (click to tweet)

And that path can feel lonely. And you probably think you’ll never get “there.” But you want to try.

And Wildheart is the perfect place to do that.

If ANY of this resonates, you are a wildheart. And I want you to join me in the Wildheart Revolution.

It’s a coaching and lifestyle tribe for unconventional people who want to live life on their own terms. (click to tweet)

And registration is opening so soon. So much fun stuff is happening this time around that I’ve never done and won’t ever do again, so you won’t want to miss it. Make sure you on the list to find out the second doors swing open.

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Stop Trying To Please Everyone (and let me sing you a song about it)

Can't please stop trying.


I’m just gonna break it down here real quick.

No matter what you do…someone isn’t going to like it. (TWEET THIS)


And you trying to please everyone and save yourself from pain and embarrassment and failure isn’t actually going to save you from any of those things.

So by doing what you *think* everyone wants you to do (not start that business, not go on that cross country road trip, not marry the one that makes no sense on paper but makes your stomach flip, not hit publish on that blog post) not only will you STILL experience those emotions (because you’re human and that’s how it goes), but you’ll also be living your life according to someone else’s rules.

I’m not mad. Even though I might sound like it. More like…I think this message is WILDLY important and bears repeating.

It reminds me of my favorite quote by Dita Von Teese:

Do your own thang.


We can’t please all the people all the time. 

All we can do is try to live our lives the best way that we know how and follow our own path. (TWEET THIS)

Follow our own arrow.

And THIS is the Wildheart Revolution.

Doing your own thing. Following your own path. Following your own arrow…wherever it points.

And it’s messy. And it won’t go perfectly. And you’ll mess up. And be embarrassed. But that’s the life of someone who wants to live beyond the status quo. Someone who wants to create something beautiful in this world.

If you’re reading this…THIS IS YOU. I know it. And so I created a video for you. It’s messy too. And definitely not perfect. I could have done a million takes to make sure you think it’s good. But you know what? I’m a human being. And I make mistakes. And sing out of tune. And forget the words to songs.

And that’s what makes me ME. And that’s my only job in life. I hope you enjoy this video and don’t laugh at me too hard for totally F-ing up this song.

So this begs the question…where is YOUR arrow pointing right now? What have you been scared to do? Where have you been holding yourself back? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

And if you want to be a part of a MOVEMENT that is doing something different. That is dedicated to living of a life of beautiful imperfection while still reaching your dreams, get on the list to find out the second that doors swing open for the next round of the Wildheart Revolution.

I will be capping the number of members, so if you’re even remotely interested, make sure you are the first to know all about it. Put your name in this box below.

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Up up and away dear Wildheart,

Wildheart Revolution