Over the years, I've learned that home is much more than a physical place. Home is a state of being. It's a mind, body, spirit thing. It's a lifestyle.
I've been on a journey to feel at home inside my own life for much of my life. I finally experienced a turning point a little more than a decade ago when I left my career as a television journalist. I realize now that the past ten years have been less about reinventing myself and more about becoming my actual self.
I started the blog HEART • SOUL • HOME to help you create a life that feels like home. It's a place where you come to get personal stories, interviews, tips and resources to inspire you to clear your space, embrace your creativity, live authentically and move towards what lights you up.
Some other things about me: I'm the Director and Producer of the Charleston production of Listen To Your Mother, a national series of live readings celebrated locally on stages and globally via social media. I also work as an on-camera spokesperson, helping brands tell their stories. Behind the scenes, I'm writing a memoir.
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