ABOUT

Hi, I’m Sarah

 

 

I work with women who crave that elusive unicorn named balance and desperately want to get the most out of this life. I give them the tools (and virtual hugs) to deal with the tough and frustrating aspects of being a modern woman, like: feeling more secure about your future, neutralizing the past muck, keeping the flames stoked at home, raising kids that are prepared to take on this world, and the holy grail—loving themselves, for real.

I’ve got 28 years in with the same man, three kids (23, 20, and 14 as of 2019), a couple of mental health diagnoses, a household filled with a few more, and three multi-million-dollar businesses that I built from scratch. I retired financially free in 2017 in the dream house with the fancy cars and the weekly massages. I am also whatever the opposite of minimalism is, to be clear.

 

When I’m not testing out lifehacks on myself, family, or friends, and overseeing our portfolio of investments, I can be found playing in my kitchen, talking to my bountiful amount of plants or the ducks in my pond, palling around town with my “quality time is his love language” partner, Ken, kissing my dogs, Olive and Romeo, obsessively reading, and practicing Pilates in my home studio.

 

If you’re dying to know more, here are five things you don’t know about me.

  • I set a goal when I was 19 that I would retire rich at 40. Then I did.
  • I believe money is a tool you can use to live a life of your own terms and design.
  • I live to help people figure out what that looks like for them and then make it happen.
  • We own three airplanes and my guy is an avid pilot, but I am deathly afraid to fly and have never flown with him. Not ready to conquer that fear.
  • I am an obsessive organizer. If you have me over, I would love to help you purge your closet then we can chat over tea.

Hi, I’m Sarah

 

 

I work with women who crave that elusive unicorn named balance and desperately want to get the most out of this life. I give them the tools (and virtual hugs) to deal with the tough and frustrating aspects of being a modern woman, like: feeling more secure about your future, neutralizing the past muck, keeping the flames stoked at home, raising kids that are prepared to take on this world, and the holy grail—loving themselves, for real.

I’ve got 28 years in with the same man, three kids (23, 20, and 14 as of 2019), a couple of mental health diagnoses, a household filled with a few more, and three multi-million-dollar businesses that I built from scratch. I retired financially free in 2017 in the dream house with the fancy cars and the weekly massages. I am also whatever the opposite of minimalism is, to be clear.

 

When I’m not testing out lifehacks on myself, family, or friends, and overseeing our portfolio of investments, I can be found playing in my kitchen, talking to my bountiful amount of plants or the ducks in my pond, palling around town with my “quality time is his love language” partner, Ken, kissing my dogs, Olive and Romeo, obsessively reading, and practicing Pilates in my home studio.

 

If you’re dying to know more, here are five things you don’t know about me.

  • I set a goal when I was 19 that I would retire rich at 40. Then I did.
  • I believe money is a tool you can use to live a life of your own terms and design.
  • I live to help people figure out what that looks like for them and then make it happen.
  • We own three airplanes and my guy is an avid pilot, but I am deathly afraid to fly and have never flown with him. Not ready to conquer that fear.
  • I am an obsessive organizer. If you have me over, I would love to help you purge your closet then we can chat over tea.

Join me, right now, as we

figure all this out together!