Plain Jane

Updated: Feb 25

Understand what it feels like to be a 'Plain Jane'

Where to next?

Grab a cuppa and relax!

I think it's always important to share a little piece of yourself with another in order to understand each other better.

Being vulnerable is something we all need to get better at... it's in vulnerability that we can find the deepest connections.

So here is a little piece of me.

Plain Jane

As women, we go through many phases and when we reach around our 30’s we can start to question and look at life differently. We may have had the same job since leaving school or same career since leaving university and start to question if this is really what we want to do for the rest of our lives. But we can get stuck and fearful of making changes because we have children, responsibilities or a belief that we are too old to change our path or our good old friend fear is holding us back. My passion is to help you to shift old patterns and beliefs that maybe holding you back by teaching you mind- body tools to re-wire these patterns and beliefs. I want to help you to be the best you can be in this short time here on earth.

I have always struggled with the “plain Jane” syndrome. Do you know what that is? It’s that you believe that you’re never really good at anything, but think ‘average’ at everything. I wasn’t the kid in the class that got A’s but I was the kid that got B’s and C’s and could do most things okay.

And this was how I thought my life was supposed to be. Just cruising along and not completely engaging in anything in particular. To be honest, I felt life was a little boring, probably because of my lack of engagement. From this boredom, came curiosity in my early adulthood and I ended up

starting my skydiving course when I was 19 years old, which continued for 10 years and almost 700 skydives during that time. But skydiving wasn’t enough, I then went travelling overseas for a few years and explored my limits and pushed my comfort zone all in a quest to prove to myself that I wasn’t a “Plain Jane”. Don’t get me wrong I loved the feeling of really being ALIVE being completely PRESENT in each moment but I still felt empty inside. I felt as if I was living life on the surface and never really willing or truly ready to dive in, until now!

Many things have changed for me along my journey, but nothing as significant as 2020 when both my parents died from cancer within a few months of each other. I didn’t know it at the time but this was the catalyst for my whole life change, an awakening of sorts. I realised that I no longer wanted to live life on the surface. I was ready to go deep and dive head first into life and all the amazing reasons to live life to the fullest and make the most of each and every moment!

I was ready to discover why I was here and that I wasn’t just a “Plain Jane” any longer.

I was ready to find my truth and my purpose which has led me here to helping others discover their truth and help awaken them to living their best life!

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