Who is Theodore?


Parenting wasn’t quite what I thought it would be. My baby boy has challenged me in ways I never imagined possible, yet I am so grateful for this beautiful journey we are on together.

I was in my mid-thirties and had a thriving career in television. I lived and worked in San Francisco, which was always a dream city for me. I had an apartment by the beach, and I felt I had proven myself to the world that I could smash the hell out of my goals. I thought I had my act together before I became a mom. I felt that I was finally ready for motherhood.

Theo was born not too long after those milestones in my life were met. Now I see it all too clear, but I was reaching for something external. I was looking for something to soothe that inner child, so I chose motherhood thinking I had waited and become mature. I had been smart and became financially stable. I thought it would be playgrounds, birthday parties, and baseball games. I had no idea.



Theodore is ten now, and we have been through quite the journey together. I am nowhere near the mom I set out to be. His entrance into this world set off a fire in me to break generational patterns and heal myself. I do this for him to have a whole-hearted mom who knows how to pass through emotions. I discern in times of trouble to teach him how to do it. 

I can’t believe how much we have grown together. He motivates me to think bigger and be more confident. He inspires me to dream bigger and embrace freedom from the constructs of life.

So that is why I am here offering my marketing and coaching skills to you. I did some challenging work and looked at myself and the blueprint I was given. Because of Theo, I said no more. I will choose to live life on my terms and operate differently. I went out on my own, and now I offer entrepreneurs a chance to replicate that sentiment. I share how to market your coaching practice into a successful business with digital marketing.