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While working in the emergency department as a nurse, I was regularly exposed to traumatic events in a high stress and fast-paced career.  The law of attraction, meditation, and mindfulness techniques helped me stay grounded while quieting the mental chatter that often accompanies an emergency environment. 

Today, I enjoy a less traumatic environment as a nurse practitioner, but I'll always appreciate everything I learned while in the ER as a nurse. Most importantly, I learned that life is amazing and should never be taken for granted.

I enjoy teaching and practicing methods that nourish a positive mental attitude, such as the law of attraction, as I feel positivity can improve your mind, body, and spirit. 

I am not a master or a guru. I am still on my own journey and discovering my own path. One thing that I'm certain of is that life is precious and raising your vibration through positive thinking is the key to living the life you want. 

I have a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communications. I spent a few years writing health and fitness articles before returning to school for nursing. I spent 7 years in the emergency department as a trauma certified nurse before becoming a nurse practitioner in a rural walk-in clinic. 

I'm a mom to four awesome kids and a wife to an incredibly hot husband. I love dancing, learning new random things, comedy, animals (2 cats and one American Bulldog), being outdoors, coffee, and creating on Pinterest.  


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