Welcome to The Brave Kind. I am so glad you are here. Grab a coffee or tea and stay a while.
We're freshening things up - new name, new ways to connect, and even a new home on the farm.
Read the Blog for heartwarming stories of brave or kind acts.
Tell your own story with Creative Coaching.
Invite self-compassion into your life through guided meditation or sound therapy.
Or, if you are feeling especially BRAVE, join me this fall on the farm as I launch the very first in-person experience.
We are BRAVE. We explore life outside our comfort zones, celebrating each new step no matter how big or small.
We are KIND. We believe every compassionate act creates a ripple effect. We are generous in spirit.
An inspired community of free thinkers and growth seekers, we are...
THE BRAVE KIND
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In May 2018, I stopped drinking alcohol. Sobriety reconnected me to a part of myself I'd long kept hidden in order to conform. I unearthed my authentic self, a girl who prioritized kindness but mistakenly adhered to the self-limiting belief: "nice guys finish last".
Powered by spirituality found through yoga and recovery, I began to write a kindness blog in Summer 2019. That same year, I traveled all throughout the United States, making new friends and experiencing all the perks my destinations had to offer. I found that by sharing these experiences, I not only inspired compassion in others, I sparked courage and ignited their spirit of adventure! The Brave Kind was founded soon after.
I've gone from a shy introvert who feared everyone else's opinion to an empowered writer with an adventurous spirit. My husband and I even spend weekends building our future homestead on twenty acres in Central Texas. I give back to my community with a weekly Meals on Wheels route and Big Brothers Big Sisters mentorship.
I'm here to help anyone who needs to unlock more courage and compassion. I'm on the path to creating a community of the BRAVE KIND.
"Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently."