A little about me.

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I think the biggest thing I’ve learned about myself during this quarantine is that I genuinely like helping people.


Its something I’ve been doing for over a decade and this pandemic has really made it more difficult to be accessible to those in need at a time its needed even more. 2020 tested my mental and emotional stability. I pretty much cried everyday if not multiple times a day.

Put it this way… If you would have told me a year ago that in 2020 you are going to lose your job and completely question your career, have to move to Oregon to live with family after living in Los Angeles for nearly 13 years, sell all my designer items because I no longer will allow items to hold a value to my self-worth, and you’ll become so broken and lost that your body physically aches to change and grow.

I’d tell you that’s never going to happen, and you must be high.

That happened… and that’s ok. I’m grateful for everything this year has taken from me and I’m even more grateful for everything it has given me. I know I’m not alone with everything that has happened to me this year and I’m well aware of the fortune I have in my situation with having such a supportive family. So, here I am starting a Blog to help share my knowledge and how I’ve helped hundreds of people turn their lives around.

I’ve always been very career driven. Actually that’s putting it in healthy terms… what I’ve actually been is a workaholic. I’ve gone weeks, months of working 16+ hr work days to chase that dream of making more and more money. Only to be left with none of it in the end. I spent so much time trying to be better that I had a huge empty hole in my life that I continuously chose to fill with material objects. Allowing those little burst of happiness purchases to be a way of coping with my physical, mental, emotional exhaustion. It broke me. So, I sold it all. Took the money and invested in my future.

I was born and raised in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. I moved to Los Angeles at 19 years old to go to rehab. 13 years later and tons of experience… I’ve been a successful sober companion, Director of Admissions at a High-End Rehab, and it all started with a lost little girl who just got sober and had no idea who she was or what she was capable of. I never graduated from college, never got any certifications. My success is thanks to my drive to learn more and be better. I’ve had the privilege of working with some of the most amazing human beings and having them trust me with guiding them to better life choices. I am extremely grateful to everyone I’ve had the honor of helping better their lives because each one has taught me things I would have never learned otherwise.

OMG… I haven’t even gotten into dating life.

HA well when a global pandemic happens you stick to your roster as part of your Covid Bubble. Prior to the lovely anxiety I have thanks to a global pandemic, I was dating like a fuckboy and traveling all the time. So, needless to say I lost a lot of my coping mechanisms in 2020 and you’ll get to hear all about that and then some… Through my Blog, my Podcast, and eventually my book. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

What to expect


Learning all about clean beauty to how to manage a budget. Anything and everything life entails, I’ll be sharing.

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Sharing my knowledge of working in drug & alcohol treatment in order to help others. 


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