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  • Like a thief of joy you rob yourself determined to push push push… 🤷🏻‍♀️
So I’m calling you out, to call you in.

Because I’m tired of seeing you struggle.
I’m tired of watching you push your dreams to the wayside and seeing you crumble physically and mentally working on projects and in jobs you hate.
I’m tied of knowing that you’re only half in, because you ‘can’t afford’ to go all the way.
And I’m tired of knowing that you are on the brink of success but lack the time and resources to get it over the line.

For the past six years I have worked directly with start up creatives, multiple seven figure CEOs and business owners and high performance visionaries.
There is a certain tenacity for success that is acquired when you are surrounded by communities like these, and fortunately my line of work it has meant that I have been able to be apart of projects much bigger than myself time and time again.

So, I’m calling you out - to call you in, because I’m at a point where I have the time, space and such a potent calling to see those around me succeed before they fail.

In the next month I will be opening up space to mentor 7 people to reach their highest potential, in whatever field calls your heart the most. Together we’ll create your strategic digital marketing map, your foundational video and image based ads, get clear on your message and how to create income online in a soulful way, and what’s better is that there is a whole community of ridiculously talented light-workers who will support you all the way too.

It’s not for the faint-hearted. It will require you to up level, go really deep and truly step all the way in.

If you are tired of your ‘day job’, this is for you.
If you have a mission on your heart so big it could burst, this is for you.
If you want to stop playing small, start making money, having more time, space and freedom to play, this is for you.
If you are waging a war against yourself, this is for you.

If you want to go deep, if you want to make this year YOUR year then your first step is joining me at tomorrow’s masterclass. Let me know below or send me a message for more info and I’ll drop you in x 💕
  • Like a thief of joy you rob yourself determined to push push push… 🤷🏻‍♀️
    So I’m calling you out, to call you in.

    Because I’m tired of seeing you struggle.
    I’m tired of watching you push your dreams to the wayside and seeing you crumble physically and mentally working on projects and in jobs you hate.
    I’m tied of knowing that you’re only half in, because you ‘can’t afford’ to go all the way.
    And I’m tired of knowing that you are on the brink of success but lack the time and resources to get it over the line.

    For the past six years I have worked directly with start up creatives, multiple seven figure CEOs and business owners and high performance visionaries.
    There is a certain tenacity for success that is acquired when you are surrounded by communities like these, and fortunately my line of work it has meant that I have been able to be apart of projects much bigger than myself time and time again.

    So, I’m calling you out - to call you in, because I’m at a point where I have the time, space and such a potent calling to see those around me succeed before they fail.

    In the next month I will be opening up space to mentor 7 people to reach their highest potential, in whatever field calls your heart the most. Together we’ll create your strategic digital marketing map, your foundational video and image based ads, get clear on your message and how to create income online in a soulful way, and what’s better is that there is a whole community of ridiculously talented light-workers who will support you all the way too.

    It’s not for the faint-hearted. It will require you to up level, go really deep and truly step all the way in.

    If you are tired of your ‘day job’, this is for you.
    If you have a mission on your heart so big it could burst, this is for you.
    If you want to stop playing small, start making money, having more time, space and freedom to play, this is for you.
    If you are waging a war against yourself, this is for you.

    If you want to go deep, if you want to make this year YOUR year then your first step is joining me at tomorrow’s masterclass. Let me know below or send me a message for more info and I’ll drop you in x 💕

  •  126  1  22 January, 2020
  • Healing starts when we are willing to see who we are ✨
  • Healing starts when we are willing to see who we are ✨

  •  109  15  22 January, 2020
  • Sunset + waterfall + mountains 💕
  • Sunset + waterfall + mountains 💕

  •  53  5  22 January, 2020
  • While visiting the Great Ocean Road we ventured inland to the Otways. Very lush green forest, beautiful tranquil waterfalls and awesome free camps! 🌳
  • While visiting the Great Ocean Road we ventured inland to the Otways. Very lush green forest, beautiful tranquil waterfalls and awesome free camps! 🌳

  •  55  4  21 January, 2020
  • Hazy, golden morning light over Gibson Steps.
  • Hazy, golden morning light over Gibson Steps.

  •  63  8  21 January, 2020
  • Ran into this little guy at Empress Falls. He posed for quite a while before we left him to some alone time
  • Ran into this little guy at Empress Falls. He posed for quite a while before we left him to some alone time

  •  76  8  21 January, 2020
  • summer sky.
  • summer sky.

  •  71  3  21 January, 2020
  • THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD 🌊🛣
It was cold, rainy and miserable for the few days we spent in and around the GOR. Our favourite would have to be Loch Ard Gorge, so beautiful and incredible.
  • THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD 🌊🛣
    It was cold, rainy and miserable for the few days we spent in and around the GOR. Our favourite would have to be Loch Ard Gorge, so beautiful and incredible.

  •  74  7  20 January, 2020
  • Ngungun views 😍
  • Ngungun views 😍

  •  1,620  47  20 January, 2020
  • Some nice tiger stripes in the clouds.
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  • Some nice tiger stripes in the clouds.
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  •  83  1  19 January, 2020
  • Good to meet a lot of for the first time today and put some faces to names. Ive pretty much forgotten everyone already... old age is a killer.
  • Good to meet a lot of for the first time today and put some faces to names. Ive pretty much forgotten everyone already... old age is a killer.

  •  114  24  19 January, 2020
  • Here's a story for you. 🌄

We really wanted to find a beautiful look out with a rockpool that we had seen on Instagram in Lamington National Park. When we got to the carpark the sun was just over an hour from setting. We were so excited and Jack kept saying that this would be an adventure worth remembering. We hiked for an hour and a half down hill on a half a metre wide path, only to find this epic look out, but no rock pool.

We hung out in this spot for a while until we realised that we had no torches and the sun had gone down. The path to this point was soggy, we climbed over twisted root systems and fallen trees, there were spider webs and we crawled under a small waterfall (and yes I was wearing a denim skirt and thongs). It was 2 minutes after this shot that we knew we were in a smidge of trouble.

The trek back up to the carpark was entirely uphill and ended up taking us two hours after the sun had gone to get out of there.

We relied on our phone torches with 25% battery left. We quickly realised that the National Park became a wild and dangerous place after dark... and giant cane toads came out to invade every couple of metres of our walk.

There was one point where Jack, who was leading in front said, "Watch that rock." For the record, the rock moved and I screamed so loud that it echoed through the park and birds took flight in great numbers. I swear I saw a snake, there were massive spiders, bats and bugs, moths flew at our phone torches, things we couldn't see moved in the bushes next to us, our footing slipped and I was certain we had taken a wrong turn because nothing looked familiar. I was also sure we were going to need to call a full scale rescue if I didn't have a heart attack before hand.

We eventually made it, fell on the grass and kissed the ground. I think I also cried. YOLO expedition definitely turned out to be one to remember... and the worst part was... that the track we were on was never going to lead to the rockpool lookout because we were on the wrong side of the mountain. 🤦‍♀️
  • Here's a story for you. 🌄

    We really wanted to find a beautiful look out with a rockpool that we had seen on Instagram in Lamington National Park. When we got to the carpark the sun was just over an hour from setting. We were so excited and Jack kept saying that this would be an adventure worth remembering. We hiked for an hour and a half down hill on a half a metre wide path, only to find this epic look out, but no rock pool.

    We hung out in this spot for a while until we realised that we had no torches and the sun had gone down. The path to this point was soggy, we climbed over twisted root systems and fallen trees, there were spider webs and we crawled under a small waterfall (and yes I was wearing a denim skirt and thongs). It was 2 minutes after this shot that we knew we were in a smidge of trouble.

    The trek back up to the carpark was entirely uphill and ended up taking us two hours after the sun had gone to get out of there.

    We relied on our phone torches with 25% battery left. We quickly realised that the National Park became a wild and dangerous place after dark... and giant cane toads came out to invade every couple of metres of our walk.

    There was one point where Jack, who was leading in front said, "Watch that rock." For the record, the rock moved and I screamed so loud that it echoed through the park and birds took flight in great numbers. I swear I saw a snake, there were massive spiders, bats and bugs, moths flew at our phone torches, things we couldn't see moved in the bushes next to us, our footing slipped and I was certain we had taken a wrong turn because nothing looked familiar. I was also sure we were going to need to call a full scale rescue if I didn't have a heart attack before hand.

    We eventually made it, fell on the grass and kissed the ground. I think I also cried. YOLO expedition definitely turned out to be one to remember... and the worst part was... that the track we were on was never going to lead to the rockpool lookout because we were on the wrong side of the mountain. 🤦‍♀️

  •  51  45  16 January, 2020
  • “If you died it would be like my bones had been removed. No one would know why, but I would collapse” - Sarah Kane

I’ve been reading over my old play books recently and this excerpt in particular stopped me.  It’s been an intense week, and learning to let go of attachment and settle into death of old parts of my ego and self has been an absolute priority. It’s been unnerving. I’m exhausted.

As a full time freelancer I try not to hold attachment to anything too tightly when it comes to work, but honestly this week has flawed me.

There’s nothing like relinquishing a safety net to know that you’re falling into a self inflicted black hole. Some days it can just get really scary and today my bones just don’t seem to be carrying weight like they did yesterday.

So, my weeks have unexpectedly changed. And I want to do something that feels good in the feels. So I’m gifting myself time - because I can. Time to prioritise the vision that I want to create, to share more openly with you about how you can bring your mission into reality and I hope that eases the fall of this baby collapse while serving you better too x

P.S. Were heading into Day 5 of the Discover Your Freedom Mastermind. It will be open for a little while longer so if you’d like to do some deep diving in what freedom could look and feel like for you, I would love to welcome you in there 💕
  • “If you died it would be like my bones had been removed. No one would know why, but I would collapse” - Sarah Kane

    I’ve been reading over my old play books recently and this excerpt in particular stopped me. It’s been an intense week, and learning to let go of attachment and settle into death of old parts of my ego and self has been an absolute priority. It’s been unnerving. I’m exhausted.

    As a full time freelancer I try not to hold attachment to anything too tightly when it comes to work, but honestly this week has flawed me.

    There’s nothing like relinquishing a safety net to know that you’re falling into a self inflicted black hole. Some days it can just get really scary and today my bones just don’t seem to be carrying weight like they did yesterday.

    So, my weeks have unexpectedly changed. And I want to do something that feels good in the feels. So I’m gifting myself time - because I can. Time to prioritise the vision that I want to create, to share more openly with you about how you can bring your mission into reality and I hope that eases the fall of this baby collapse while serving you better too x

    P.S. Were heading into Day 5 of the Discover Your Freedom Mastermind. It will be open for a little while longer so if you’d like to do some deep diving in what freedom could look and feel like for you, I would love to welcome you in there 💕

  •  170  16  16 January, 2020
  • Running along the Laripinta trail near Alice Springs during the Run Laripinta Ultramarathon. A very cool multi stage race 🏃 @rapidascent

I've relaunched my Patreon page! You can check it out via the link in my bio. I will be posting a lot of content on there including photos and weekly blog posts. You can get to know me a lil better 😊 🙌
  • Running along the Laripinta trail near Alice Springs during the Run Laripinta Ultramarathon. A very cool multi stage race 🏃 @rapidascent

    I've relaunched my Patreon page! You can check it out via the link in my bio. I will be posting a lot of content on there including photos and weekly blog posts. You can get to know me a lil better 😊 🙌

  •  1,592  31  16 January, 2020
  • I’ve never found it easy to tear myself from bed before dawn, but to stand—multi-layered, from head-to-toe—and admire first light grace one of the most beautiful spots on Earth, it was a pleasure.

PS I’ve not made any posts in a while, as I felt posting pretty photos of Australia during the height of the bushfire crisis would take away from what we should be looking at. Yes, lots of places in the country have gone untouched by the fires, and remain as glorious as ever, but so many others have been completely destroyed. Since I last posted, the cries for help have definitely been heard, and so many have done what they can to help. Hopefully, the worst is now behind us.
  • I’ve never found it easy to tear myself from bed before dawn, but to stand—multi-layered, from head-to-toe—and admire first light grace one of the most beautiful spots on Earth, it was a pleasure.

    PS I’ve not made any posts in a while, as I felt posting pretty photos of Australia during the height of the bushfire crisis would take away from what we should be looking at. Yes, lots of places in the country have gone untouched by the fires, and remain as glorious as ever, but so many others have been completely destroyed. Since I last posted, the cries for help have definitely been heard, and so many have done what they can to help. Hopefully, the worst is now behind us.

  •  80  11  16 January, 2020

Top #exploringaus Posts

  • Healing starts when we are willing to see who we are ✨
  • Healing starts when we are willing to see who we are ✨

  •  109  15  22 January, 2020
  • What an amazing experience, chilling on a beach swimming in some of the clearest water we’ve ever seen and hanging out with these furry friends 🙌👌
  • What an amazing experience, chilling on a beach swimming in some of the clearest water we’ve ever seen and hanging out with these furry friends 🙌👌

  •  1,311  37  15 January, 2020