When I was 4 I wanted to be the first female President of the United States. It's safe to say that thinking big has always been in my blood.

When I was 11 I was bullied and it was bad enough that I moved schools.


When I was 10, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20, and 21 I had a best friend who decided she no longer wanted to be my friend. The pain of losing these friendships set my little heart adrift and I started pretending and performing to cope.


Over the years I have become a woman who stands for meaningful connection, who knows how to develop and sustain relationships, and I believe, at the core, we're trying to understand how to be in relationship to ourselves and one another. 


I wasn't born to play small.


I value the work of getting to know myself deeply and, in doing so, I learn new fears and desires that I do my best to honor.


More than anything I want to be me.


My definition of success is every moment I'm true to myself.


I want to raise myself to say "I love you" first, dance in public when I feel the urge, to not laugh at the joke if I don't think it's funny, to enjoy being alone, to develop my spiritual life, to take the six month leave of absence, to say "I'm sorry for hurting you." 


You'll find me doing all of these things. I also still struggle just like you. 


Here's to being bold, not boring.


Here's to raising ourselves to be fully-expressed, and full of love.

Here's to loosening our grip on life and making room for the magic.


With Love,

Sarah x



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For these past 3 months, I’ve felt like I had a cheerleader, a teammate, a partner pushing me forward and holding me accountable to work on what I really want, and helping me buckle down to make progress on my dreams. Sarah has inspired me to take risks, test myself, be ok with the unknown, and embrace uncertainty and discomfort.  Since our first coaching session, I’ve felt happier, more motivated to make progress on myself--mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I've been promoted to a leadership position in my company's design organization. I have literally gone from feeling emotionally fragile to living the dream.

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