I believe in serendipity. The awesome intervention that puts people in the places they need to be at the exact moment they need to be there. It's happened to me countless times. Heck, that's how I met my husband.

And when it comes to my business, it's no different.

 

 

I believe in serendipity. The awesome intervention that puts people in the places they need to be at the exact moment they need to be there. It's happened to me countless times. Heck, that's how I met my husband.

And when it comes to my business, it's no different.

The incredible entrepreneurs I've built websites for have all shown up when I needed a lesson, kick in the pants, or a little tough love. And for that, I'm super grateful!

 

Which brings me to you...yes, you!

 

If you landed here, chances are you've got a dream or big idea and you want to bring it to life.

 

I do too! And the funny thing with planning for your dreams is that plan may take you on a detour you didn't sign up for or maybe it even leads you right to a dead end.

But the wonderful, mysterious thing about dreams is they seem to come together when you least expect it.

 I'm a meditation-loving website nerd who can get absolutely lost in Elin Hilderbrand novels. My favourite ways to spend a Saturday include mowing the lawn on my tractor, watching ducks float down the river in my back yard, and biking on nearby trails with my Husband.

 

On rainy days you'll catch me obsessively completing Sudoku puzzles, writing in my journal, and listening to podcasts while Marie Kondo-ing my freshly washed laundry.

 

I am an introvert through and through, which pairs beautifully with online business.

I have zero formal education in computer science or coding, and I never worked for an up and coming Silion Valley startup. I have a degree in Sociology...the actual farthest thing from computer science out there!

 

That's not really important though. What's you might like to know about me is I'm both inquisitive and stubborn. A kick ass combo that comes mostly from being a Taurus! What it means is I'm like a pig sniffing out truffles when I put my mind to something.

 

I won't stop till I'm finished.

 

This was definitely the case when the business I initially started online ended up giving way to a strange curiosity about all things "website". I'm a lifelong learner and something in me just had to know how to master the platform I was using to sell my stuff. For days I'd go deep down the rabbit hole learning everything I could about Kajabi (my platform of choice), especially those little things most of us don't think to ask about. It wasn't enough to know how to get things set up properly, I had to know the 10 things that could go wrong with the set up and how to troubleshoot each one.

 

Tech was a huge barrier for me in the beginning, and because of that I put off starting an online business for way too long. It makes me sad looking back on how frustrating this time in my life was. If only I'd pushed through and been brave!

 

That's why I'm on a mission to make sure the "online" part of online business doesn't stand in the way of your dreams.

 

If the painful lessons I've learned can fast-track your journey, I'm all for it!

I have zero formal education in computer science or coding, and I never worked for an up and coming Silion Valley startup. I have a degree in Sociology...the actual farthest thing from computer science out there!

 

That's not really important though. What's you might like to know about me is I'm both inquisitive and stubborn. A kick ass combo that comes mostly from me being a Taurus! What it means is I'm like a pig sniffing out truffles when I put my mind to something. I won't stop till I'm finished.

 

This was definitely the case when business I initially started online ended up giving way to a strange curiosity about all things "website". I'm a lifelong learner and something in me just had to know how to master the platform I was using to sell my stuff. For days I'd go deep down the rabbit hole learning everything I could about Kajabi (my platform of choice), especially those little things most of us don't think to ask about. It wasn't enough to know how to get things set up properly, I had to know the 10 things that could go wrong with the set up and how to troubleshoot each one.

 

Tech was a huge barrier for me in the beginning, and because of that I put off starting an online business for way too long. It makes me sad looking back on how frustrating this time in my life was. If only I'd pushed through and been brave!

 

That's why I'm on a mission to make sure the "online" part of online business doesn't stand in the way of your dreams. If the painful lessons I've learned can fast-track your journey, I'm all for it!

 This is "me time" to the max. 

 Tulips are better than wifi. 

 The window with the best view.

 

Your dreams are so worth it. 

Get the website stuff out of the way so you can do what you do best!

 

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I can't remember a time when I wasn't thinking about "what's next" or wondering if there wasn't more to life than going to school, getting a good job, settling down, and riding off into the sunset with a comfortable pension. That's the exact route I took and less than a year into my first job after university I felt restless. Not because I wanted more money or status out of my career, but because I wanted it to mean something. There's a point in most careers when you look around and wonder if what you've done over the years has made any kind of impact on the world, and for me the answer was a resounding "no".

 

I got a university degree in sociology because studying societies and all their nuances was really interesting. But what the heck do you do with that info? You do a Master's Degree to specialize in something. For me that was urban planning. I wanted to take this fascinating knowledge about how communities thrive, and turn it into a reality by planning incredible towns and cities. Little did I realize how many other factors and influences would be working against urban planners, and that the end result would be a shell of its original vision, pared down to appease developer interests and political neutrality. It was heartbreaking and soul crushing.

 

There's gotta be more to life.

 

So I set out to have a cool online biz that I could carry with me in my laptop. Except the whole "getting online" thing felt daunting to me. So much so that I closed up my trusty laptop for about 6 months and pretended I never wanted an online business at all.

 

But I kept getting nudges to try again, and finally one day I was ready. Step by step I bought my own domain, chose somewhere to create my website, and learned ALL the things I needed to start serving my clients. At the time, I was helping women sleep next to their snoring partners, something I know all too well! However, when I'd pop into the Facebook groups with other entrepreneurs I was drawn to responding to questions about their websites. Time and time again I'd look for ways to help anyone who was in a bind, and the joy of seeing tears of frustration turn to tears of gratitude after I'd found the solution made my heart beam like a Care Bear.

 

I was hooked.

 

My personal values are Impact, Growth, and Freedom. Helping entrepreneurs with their websites and all the online stuff checked all three boxes.

 

Looking back I probably needed to feel the frustration of navigating through the online world. If I didn't start out with my initial business idea I never would've had the chance to create my own website and fall in love with the part of online business most people hate. Lucky me!

 

So, here we are.

 

I will never stop looking for ways to help other women bypass the tech headaches that I experienced early on. If there's one thing I know, it's that when women raise each other up extraordinary things happen. It's been a serendipitous journey so far and I can't wait to see where it takes us.

 

Together.

I can't remember a time when I wasn't thinking about "what's next" or wondering if there wasn't more to life than going to school, getting a good job, settling down, and riding off into the sunset with a comfortable pension. That's the exact route I took and less than a year into my first job after university I felt restless. Not because I wanted more money or status out of my career, but because I wanted it to mean something. There's a point in most careers when you look around and wonder if what you've done over the years has made any kind of impact on the world, and for me the answer was a resounding "no".

 

I got a university degree in sociology because studying societies and all their nuances was really interesting. But what the heck do you do with that info? You do a Master's Degree to specialize in something. For me that was urban planning. I wanted to take this fascinating knowledge about how communities thrive, and turn it into a reality by planning incredible towns and cities. Little did I realize how many other factors and influences would be working against urban planners, and that the end result would be a shell of its original vision, pared down to appease developer interests and political neutrality. It was heartbreaking and soul crushing.

 

There's gotta be more to life.

So I set out to have a cool online biz that I could carry with me in my laptop. Except the whole "getting online" thing felt daunting to me. So much so that I closed up my trusty laptop for about 6 months and pretended I never wanted an online business at all.

 

But I kept getting nudges to try again, and finally one day I was ready. Step by step I bought my own domain, chose somewhere to create my website, and learned ALL the things I needed to start serving my clients. At the time, I was helping women sleep next to their snoring partners, something I know all too well! However, when I'd pop into the Facebook groups with other entrepreneurs I was drawn to responding to questions about their websites. Time and time again I'd look for ways to help anyone who was in a bind, and the joy of seeing tears of frustration turn to tears of gratitude after I'd found the solution made my heart beam like a Care Bear.

 

I was hooked.

My personal values are Impact, Growth, and Freedom. Helping entrepreneurs with their websites and all the online stuff checked all three boxes.

 

Looking back I probably needed to feel the frustration of navigating through the online world. If I didn't start out with my initial business idea I never would've had the chance to create my own website and fall in love with the part of online business most people hate. Lucky me!

 

So, here we are.

 

I will never stop looking for ways to help other women bypass the tech headaches that I experienced early on. If there's one thing I know, it's that when women raise each other up extraordinary things happen. It's been a serendipitous journey so far and I can't wait to see where it takes us.

 

Together.