Speaking

I have been speaking and motivating people for over 20 years. My desire is to see them embrace the joy and freedom they were created to experience.

Whether speaking to thirty or 3000 I get people “on their feet” right from the start because the best sessions are both fun and thought-provoking.

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Writing

As the author of an international blog and the motivational book Choose a Better Life: Common Sense for Uncommon Living, my mantra has been “you can’t always control what happens to you, but you can always control how you respond to what happens to you.”

Both my blog and book are full of tidbits of treasure. Each designed to be a quick read providing a specific tip on how you can and increase the joy you experience every day as well as your quality of life.

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Creating

As a tool to help process my PTSD I began painting – constantly. Now I paint to heal, to communicate, and to celebrate.

I am honored to have my art displayed in homes and corporations all across the country.I look forward to continuing to create pieces that minister to my soul and speak to the hearts of others.

Own my art

Letting go of labels and titles.

Embracing the freedom and woohoo-life that only comes from Jesus!

If you are interested in booking me for an event or purchasing a piece of artwork please contact me.
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Greed or Gratitude

Greed or Gratitude

In our race to acquire fame, fortune, the most successful husband, the brightest kids, the perfect home … we often find ourselves jealous and resentful.  Those of us who are honest with ourselves admit that at some point we have been jealous of others and resentful of... read more
Our Obsession with Comparison

Our Obsession with Comparison

I was reading an article this morning about why Sadie Robertson is a better role model than another well-known 17-year old girl. The author said that although she could point out many reasons for her argument, she was narrowing her article to eight points. As I read... read more
PTSD: The Shame Cycle

PTSD: The Shame Cycle

After I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder I started doing a bit of research. I learned that, among other things, people who experience trauma in childhood are more likely to develop PTSD later in life. (Per the National Center for PTSD part of the US... read more
Fireworks Series

Fireworks Series

Fireworks series Ink on Acrylic Paper Framed 12” x 12” with 8” x 8” opening The Fireworks series is one of my favorites. I started experimenting with acrylic inks and found I love the way the ink moves and interacts with other tools. Mostly I manipulate the ink with... read more
The Road to Remarkable

The Road to Remarkable

The Road to Remarkable 30” x 40” Acrylic on Wrapped Canvas   Remarkable: “worthy of being, or likely to be, noticed, especially as being uncommon or extraordinary.” Merriam-Webster Dictionary One of my biggest passions in life is helping women realize they are... read more
Hidden Gems

Hidden Gems

Hidden Gems Mixed Media on Wrapped Canvas 24” x 24”   This is another interesting piece that has become one of my favorites. It started several weeks before I even put brush to canvas. The last few weeks have been full of emotional and spiritual wrestling as I... read more