About Me



I'm an analytical chemist in a corporate world, turned self-help specialist.

I have always been a self-motivated and driven go-getter. Never shying away from my passions, I pursued a degree in Chemistry at North London University and landed a wonderful career in various roles in the science industry.

My success wasn’t limited to my career, marrried and gave birth to two beautiful children.

I had achieved on paper, what most women seek out in society to bring them happiness. However for me, as is the case for many other women, life slowly began to spiral out of control.

My career responsibilities became overwhelming.

My husband developed an addiction that strained our relationship and finances.

My children, which I love dearly, required much of my attention as one of them was struggling with a learning disability namely ADHD and Asperger's.

I found myself exhausted, overwhelmed, and feeling empty no longer knowing where to turn. The stress showed up on my body as inflamed lymph nodes to which I had to go through several diagnostics, pricked, and prodded at a well-known cancer research hospital.

Unsupported, feeling like I had to do it all, I had lost myself in my struggle to find success in my career and in supporting my family, I accepted guilt, and shame for not being able to hold it all together as my reality.

Eventually, the family was running out of money, and with my home on the verge of being repossessed, I knew that something needed to change. I realised that for the sake of my kids, for the sake of my own health and well-being, nothing was going to change until I changed.

And that’s what I did.

I began to read books by some of the world’s best self-help leaders.

I attended webinars, classes, and self-help training.

I healed lost parts of myself, found my self-worth, and reclaimed my power.

Where am I now?

I left my marriage and no longer burdened by toxic relationships and codependency.

My relationship with my children, now thriving teenagers, is now healthy and balanced.

I've skyrocketed up the corporate ladder and I'm now the manager of business development for a very successful scientific company, tripling my salary in just a few years.

Best of all, I've learned how to make myself and my own happiness a priority again without compromising my relationship with those I love.

I have now set my sights on a new goal.

I realise that the struggles I faced are not unique to me. I understand how easily you can spiral down into overwhelm, hopelessness, and despair. But, I also know that with the right steps, the right direction, the right guidance, and inner work, anyone can turn their life around, find themselves, their balance, and their happiness too.

I found my way, and each and every week, I've set aside a bit of time to help other high achieving women find their way too.