Welcome I am an author, speaker and coach for mothers of children with additional needs. I live in Melbourne, Australia. I love a good chai, mojito and getting out into nature. I also have a background in corporate, yoga and meditation and love all things organic!
What I am really known for is gathering, soulfully supporting and holding space for women who find themselves raising a child with conditions from mild to severe. I support them to find purpose and peace in their extraordinarily challenging circumstances.
A little more about me:
I’m a proud mum of two young Goddesses Grace (8) and Chiara (5). Some days you will find me writing from my deepest aspects of motherhood, inspired by my youngest daughter who suffered a stroke. She inspires me through her strength, resilience and smile. Both my daughters have been a catalyst for bringing miracles and grace into my world.
Other days you will find me going on adventures with my little tribe, or coaching and connecting with beautiful like minded mums. I believe in soul family, that we connect to others who are inspired to learn, grow and reach for the light, no matter how dark it gets.
I’m curious about transforming loss and brokenness through love and light, and what it takes for us all to reach our full potential. Through sharing my story, I have connected to hundreds of mums and families who have experienced a lot of challenges, yet they are some of the most beautiful and courageous people I have ever met.
Miracle Mama first began as personal blog to share my story and mostly to keep up with the hundreds of hospital visits, via a blog I named Chiara’s Journey. My blog posts were getting published as I shared my heart through my writing. A few years on, I also wanted to give a voice to the mums out there, who are raising miracles.
This is a sanctuary to help you slow down, reconnect and gather what you need to continue on your journey. No matter what stage of your journey you are going through, you are always welcome here. It’s not a easy path, some days we need an extra boost of love, perspective and patience to get us through those rough days.
It’s with great honour and gratitude that I thank you for being here.
If you want to read more about my story here.