Growing up I was taught to do what I love, to experiment, to try new things and be curious. The only problem was, my curiosity was still coming out at a time that I was supposed to have a plan. How could I have a plan when I didn’t even know what I liked yet?
So I decided to spend my twenties learning about what really excited me. I learned how to build strong relationships, I traveled the world, and found my deep calling. But I didn’t do it alone. Mentors became a saving grace during this time in my life. They were my sounding board when I needed to talk about life choices, both big and small. Their time, counsel and encouragement helped me grow into the grounded, directed caring and compassionate woman I am.