When was the last time you looked in the mirror and said, “I love myself!?” Life can move so quickly, making it difficult to exude self-love and self-compassion, but it doesn’t have to be. My yoga friend once told me that working on yourself is the most important job you will ever do, so it’s important to remain persistent. I will remind you that you’re worthy of love, and that your feelings are valid. This is an important first step in taking back control in your life because no one wants to go through life feeling unaccomplished and unworthy.
I consider myself a beacon of light to help guide you along your journey through life. I used to volunteer at the national suicide hotline as a young teenager and developed a good sense of how to relate to others. I love having deep conversations with others about music, nature, and holistic wellness. With my Jamaican heritage, I love to find beauty and humor in everyday life and strive to live my life with “Ubuntu” in mind. Ubuntu roughly translates to “I am because you are” and reminds us that as humans, we are social creatures and often rely on one another for support, guidance, and counsel, and that it is okay to seek support when needed.