Once upon a time, I followed my lifelong dream and moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. A friend asked me, "If you weren't an actor, what else would you want to be? "
My (immediate, as if it was a thing) answer: "A traveling philosopher."
Years later, while working on camera and venting to a colleague about how unfulfilled I was starting to feel in my chosen occupation, she asked, "Well, what do you REALLY want to do? "
My (surprising at the time) answer: "I want to inspire people. I want to wake them up and remind them of who they really are."
A couple of years after that, I had already fallen into a fun career in voiceover and was spending the majority of my free time as a spiritual seeker and student when a first date inquired, "What do you do when you're not working?"
My (totally honest) answer: "I go on walks, take photos of flowers, and write down what comes to me."
A lot has happened since then. I started (and then stopped) offering intuitive readings. I taught workshops. Led guided meditations. Hosted empath support circles. Moved back to the east coast. Compiled my writing into two books. Started coaching voice actors. Rediscovered my love for acting and performance.
And in the several expansive years since the beginning of this story, I have learned that: