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From a very young age, many of us are taught (& expected) to achieve greatness — to strive for perfection in everything we do.


Between school, sports, after-school activities, in our friend groups, and especially in our work, we’re under constant pressure to “rise up” and achieve more, do better, and work toward perfection — which then, somehow, becomes our bare minimum.


This not only does A LOT more harm than good, but can also quite literally be impossible for folks who are neurodivergent (ADHD and/or Autism in particular), or have mental or chronic illnesses, physical disabilities, or dealing with burnout.

Perfectionism is everywhere in this patriarchal, capitalist society we exist in. And there’s some good news & bad news here…


The bad news? We can’t fully “heal” or eradicate perfectionism — at least, not while society continues to function from a perfectionist lens.


And with this being the case, it makes so much sense why you might feel like pursuing a creative life, or putting your energy forth toward “non-productive” things, isn’t worth your time.


BUT, can I share some good news before you completely throw in the towel?

Despite the perfectionism we’re surrounded by, I also wholeheartedly believe that you can…

💚Nurture your relationship with yourself & your creativity, and learn how to validate your needs while living in this inhumane society.

💚Build up systems of support for yourself in & out of business and creativity to help when things are really fucking hard. 

💚Create containers within you through practice, reminders, and processing — for more regulation, validation, and slowing down.

💚Learn how to listen to what your body, mind, and creative soul are trying to tell you, that usually gets drowned out by perfectionistic noise. 

💚Take steps towards making your rest, joy, & creativity functional instead of perfectionism remaining in full control.

My content is here to nourish fellow low-energy humans who want to feel validated in their needs, seen for more than their accomplishments, and supported in finding joy & peace in a society that rewards productivity.


Through the many facets of my work, I’m here to create anti-perfect, wildly human spaces for those who need it.


And if you take away nothing else from me, I want you to know that perfectionism is NOT your fault.


It’s not an individual issue or experience. It’s not an accident that so many of us struggle with perfectionism on a daily basis. And you deserve better.

You are NOT “wrong” in how you feel and exist in this world. And it’s not about focusing on doing things perfectly, but rather, doing things in ways that function for you, your mental health, and your financial needs.


I truly believe there IS hope for your daily life to feel a little bit gentler, slower, and human again. And I’d be honored to support you in uncovering what that looks like.


Right now, the best way to access my anti-perfectionism strategies is by following my Instagram.


You’ll get multiple reminders each week to help you have more realistic and gentle ways to approach the inevitable perfectionism that continues to yell at us in our day to day life. 

Plus lots of memes about being sleepy and awkward, and also tons of pictures of my dog. 


Stay tuned through my Instagram for an eventual book / e-book I want to publish that will be a perfectionism-healing handbook with my top 7 reminders and strategies for living a life that feels so much gentler and functional than what we’ve been told we’re “supposed” to do with our lives. 

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