Join 8K+ thoughtful and growth-minded readers when you sign up for THE HOPE MAP – my raw & real Monday letters written with love to help you show up fully, with joy and on purpose, to your imperfect & beautiful life.
My mission in the world is to bear the light of hope & encouragement. The HOPE MAP, my Monday morning letter to you, is one way I walk out my mission with joy and on purpose.
I write about real life as I know it – the messiness and imperfection, learning to love ourselves and put down deep, strong roots of self-awareness and self-compassion, about simple living, slowing down, about heartache and joy and doing our best to show up “on purpose” through it all.
Thank you for stepping up and sharing the wisdom you have gleaned during your life journey. Your work is making a difference. -Wendy F.
I happen to enjoy Facebook, but social platforms can feel noisy and unpredictable. One of the best (and quietest) ways to stay in touch with me and my work is to join my email list. Each week, you’re welcome to hit reply and tell me what you’re learning, walking through, and how you’re practicing showing up fully to life.
Your light of courage and truth continues to inspire me and challenge me to be more courageous. I know it’s very hard work. Thank you for being on this journey with me and for offering your hard-earned guidance and wisdom. -Ann D.
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- When you sign up for THE HOPE MAP you’ll receive a welcome email from me within the hour. If you don’t see it, please check your junk/spam folders! My welcome email contains a special discount code for you.
- Occasionally I send out more than one email each week when there are time-sensitive details I want you to know about. This is the exception, not the norm.