A fun fact about me is that I’ve been writing since I was 11 years old. Had it not been for my 5th grade teacher who complimented my creativity and writing skills, I don’t know if I would have ventured down this pathway. It goes to show the power of positive words and affirming someone's special gifts.


For me, it was a life-changing moment when I believed in myself, my strengths, and my dreams for the first time. From that early moment, a fire was sparked deep within my spirit. Through the years, I've grown significantly as a writer, blogger, and author. I am still a work in progress.


I write to express myself, to give others hope, to educate, to empower, to encourage, to advocate, to inspire, and to help people not feel so alone. Most importantly, I write to equip survivors to find their voice, to understand trauma, and to heal their wounds.