About me…

Do you remember what it was like to be a child? The memories that dance in my head make me giggle from time to time. When I allow my mind to settle long enough to recall those precious careless moments…. Ah, I swear, I had the power to stop and start the wind.

My best friend and I conquered countless mountains, claiming our thrones at the top. We went on horse riding adventures that lasted for days; we were wild, and truly invincible. We were healthy, young, and at peace. There was not one dream we could not achieve. We lived in bliss, and the world was a good place. Good was good, and bad was bad. I knew right from wrong, and felt confident, and safe, in the knowledge that most others did too.
Fast forward to today, I don’t recognize the world that I grew up in. I don’t recognize this planet, or the people that inhabit it. What does this mean for the future of our children?

My children range from 5 to 18 in age. The youngest is on the Spectrum [Autism spectrum? More technical term is needed here for introduction purposes]. I have a burning desire, and loving burden to help our children with neuro-developmental disabilities. I’m incredibly concerned for the health of our children. I am seeing a rapid decline in our children’s health, and increasingly, an accompanying lack of concern for our health at large.

I have always loved learning about all things natural. I believe in the importance of reducing toxic load, living a healthy lifestyle, and trying to lean away from mainstream and corporate medicine. I have a desire to embrace and learn about minimalistic lifestyles. I strive to empower others with natural solutions that will improve and optimize the health of their mind, body and soul. As of late, I have realized that these things are just the tip of the iceberg. They only scratch the surface of rejecting our current system, and are only an introduction to the ideas that will lead to change. The issues of 2020 and 2021 have shifted my paradigms of thinking, and opened my eyes. The problems the neurodiverse community experience are just a fraction of the problems that come from our broken system. They are a symptom of a larger infection. The issues run much deeper, broader. This is why it is SO important to rediscover your inner child, dream big, and become that divine creation that can achieve anything. Shatter the paradigms, don’t work within the system.The stakes have never been higher. It is time to starve the system. It is time to pave your own way with purpose, intention, fulfillment, servanthood, and what is good, natural, and kind.