Hi all! I'm Kimberly
My Story
In 2010 my life changed forever. I had stopped at a gas station on my way to work to grab an energy drink. I paid for my purchase, walked to my car, and the second I sat down it hit. My heart started racing, my brain went into this huge fog and I broke out in a cold sweat. Not to mention, I felt like I was dying. By the way, I still managed to get myself together and continue to work! Granted it was only for five minutes, but even so, I showed up. It was, in fact, the scariest day of my entire life.

Due to two more of these terrifying experiences, I decided it was time to find out what was going on. I called my doctor and was in her office almost immediately. Because it was my first visit in YEARS I was given a complete check-up. First, we went over the basic questions, then I detailed what had been happening. Due to my age and symptoms, I was sent home with a heart monitor. A week later I went back for my follow-up and learned that I have a generalized anxiety disorder as well as social anxiety.

Over these past 12 years, I have had some extremely dark days and some extremely great days. I have had days filled with attacks and days where I almost forgot I have anxiety. To say it has been a struggle is an understatement. Between the mood swings, insomnia, and the anxiety attacks that sometimes seem to come out of nowhere it’s been a battle, not only for me but for those around me.

My Vision
My vision is a community of beautiful, extraordinary women who support, encourage, and help each other. A community where color, nationality, sexual preference, and religious preference are respected. Where women feel safe expressing their thoughts without fear of judgment. Where courage is found, dreams are fulfilled, and lives are forever changed.    

My Mission
My mission is to provide coaching services that support, encourage, and motivate aspiring female entrepreneurs to live their best life. To open their minds to action plans that will take them to places they only dreamed of! To bring calm to their anxiety, to bring joy to their life, and to bring confidence within themselves to help them achieve all they desire and deserve.   

My Coaching Philosophy
I believe coaching is more than one person talking and one person listening. Coaching is that best friend you never knew you needed. Through coaching a person develops a deeper understanding of themselves, gains insight into solutions they most likely would never even have thought of,  and creates this amazing, courageous person they may have known was inside of them, but never knew how to bring it out.   

I respect each client as an expert in her own life. I wouldn't want someone telling me how to run my life, and I would never do that to my clients. I believe that each client is beautiful, courageous, and whole just as they are. I'm here merely to motivate, educate, and inspire them to be the best version of themselves.  

I believe that it is my responsibility to help my clients:
  • Discover their inner hero
  • Discover solutions and strategies that help them reach their goals
  • Hold themselves responsible and accountable

I am committed to generously sharing my knowledge, expertise, and resources with each and every client.

My Credentials



While I do still encounter some dark days, most of my days are full of laughs, lame jokes, and poor attempts at humor and now I want to share my journey with all of you amazing women who are dealing with this same monster.

My goal is to show you that you are not alone and you are not broken. I want to provide you with the same tools I use every single day. Tools that have allowed me to go back to work, see my children graduate, and the tools that have helped me navigate my newest role as a Marine Mom.

I am living proof that anxiety disorder doesn’t have to mean life as you know it is over. I can overcome, you can overcome, and together we can become the strong, amazing women that we were designed to be!

Allow me to show you just how amazing life with anxiety can be!

Are you ready to live without fear?