About Me

Hi! I’m Kimberly, an author and creative entrepreneur.

Here’s what I do!

I use mindfulness as a way to encourage others to tap into their creative side. Everyone has one ya know! Yes. EVEN YOU.

I began practicing mindfulness while being overworked and underpaid in the insurance industry. I love helping people, but that job came at a cost. My mental wellness.

Now, as a Dynamic Mindfulness Teacher I have been able to overcome self-doubt, burnout, and grow more confident in my abilities.

My mission is to show you how incorporating mindfulness into your everyday routing can help you relieve stress, feel more calm, and experience the life you want to live.

We believe that less stress brings out more creativity!

My Top Picks

Top tools for mindfulness beginners

Recommendation #1

Journaling! Get a journal or notebook to keep your thoughts. Writing helps you clear your mind and remember things.

Got a bright idea?! Write it down so you won’t forget.

Feeling sad? Let the feelings flow into the page.

Mad? Same thing. You may not want to express angry thoughts to another person. That may cause more stress and tension.

Writing is a great way to express yourself. No one has to read it. Just you.

Recommendation #2

Guided meditation.

This helps you focus in on the current moment. There’s no wrong way to do this. By focusing on your breath it will help ground you.

This is a chance to observe your thoughts and feelings and experience sensations within your body.

Don’t judge yourself. This is a judgement free zone for your wellbeing.

Recommendation #3

Leisure reading.

Have you read or listened to a good book lately? For me, audiobooks are my thing. Reading allows you to escape and experience the world of someone’s imagination.

Books inspire us to be daring and to love. I was an avid reader as a child. Then came adulthood. Now I find time to download a new or old book and listen to the narrator tell these stories of joy, real life, or business. Some of my favorite audiobooks are:

Becoming by Michelle Obama

This Will Be My Undoing by Morgan Jerkins

We’re Going to Need More Wine by Gabrielle Union

Better Than I Know Myself by Donna Grant & Virginia Deberry

Like Sisters on the Homefront by Rita Williams-Garcia