Teaching is in my blood. When I was a kid, my first grade teacher asked the class what they wanted to be when they grew up and asked us to write a paragraph about what we wanted to be. I wanted to be a teacher, there was nothing I wanted more, I was even more eager to write about it. My mother kept that first grade paragraph and my reasoning I gave for wanting to become a teacher at 5 years old was to teach something that might change a life. "Amazing"

After being told by my aunt at the age of 15 that teachers didn't make any money I felt devastated. I was so excited to share my dreams and just like that, they were shot, my dream didn't feel the same.  After 26 years of wanting to do many things such as become a flight attendant to travel the world and meet new people, to becoming an oceanologist. I wanted to be a singer, and finally a teacher. I realized after many ups and down, lessons and blessings that everything I wanted to be lied within my purpose. They say at a young age our imagination is at its peak and exactly what we want to be is aligned with our purpose in this world. I had to understand who I wasn't to understand who I was. Why I was meant to be teacher, meant to travel the world, meant to become one with nature, or to heal others with my voice. It was all in the cards, I had to first understand my story.

Today I teach people in many ways how to understand their stories, listen to what their lives are hinting, and the importance of living with a creative purpose -- men and women who want serious input on their relationships, advice on how to pick themselves back up when all seems lost, or how to put together the broken pieces of their past and build a strong present. I have written books in many forms from memoir, children books & fictional short stories with enlightenment and encouraging lessons in every one. I was born to teach because I have learned to be a student of life. All you have to do is Listen, it's never easy to change but I Promise it's worth it!