Tara Autumn 13

From waxing Philosophic at Stanford University, to drafting (conceptual) Interior Design and Architecture plans, to an aspiring Professional Photographer, to an Artist-at-Large showing in a Fine Arts Gallery, to a homesteading Stay-at-Home-Un-schooling-Entrepreneurial Mama — the only common thread holding these seemingly divergent, exciting paths together has been the return of the glazed over look in my eyes each time over the course of this decade long search, as I hit “the wall” and slunk back to the safe shores of my Bookkeeping jobs.

What once I cursed as my “bad luck”, or flogged myself for not “sticking it out”, turns out to have been the absolute blessing of my life.

“Should you fail to pilot your own ship, don’t be surprised at what inappropriate port you find yourself docked.”

― Tom Robbins, Jitterbug Perfume

That nugget of wisdom, (from my most favored author, ever, should you wonder), has haunted me all along. “Just look where you got yourself docked, Tara; you’ve not been piloting this rig,” was the gentler of the mind-chatter that came up a lot for me. But really, it took all of those attempts at so many interests, and all the both intuitive and fearful decisions to let go of pursuing them fully, to get me to the position of having absolute conviction, certitude, and passion about Life Coaching.

With my probing mind, my compassionate communication, and my intuitive gifts; I embody the perfect concoction to hold space for anyone in need of cutting to the core of what is holding them back from achieving their own goals. I am the professional who will not only keep you accountable to yourself, but teach you to manifest the reality you want. NOW. Whether you find a few one-on-one sessions are suitable to you, or group coaching preferable – I offer both.

In addition to being a Life Coach, I am an Intuitive Healer and Astrologer. Any of these gifts can (if you’re inclined) be called upon to boost your personal growth, healing, and development; as well as understanding of your purpose if you’ve come to me due to the sense that you’re docked at an “inappropriate port”.

Let’s get this party started!

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