My name is Elizabeth, but you can call me Elle.
I’m a Blogger, Writer, Domestic Violence Advocate and Public Speaker, Adventure seeker, Female Empowerment Activist, Sister and Full-time Girlfriend. I help women find their inner strength, the thing that fuels their fire and makes them feel whole. I inspire communities through the education of domestic violence in the workplace and in school settings.
Through personal stories, my own struggles, creative resources and positive lifestyle choices I share my tips and advice to help you achieve true and pure happiness.
I believe that women have the power to do anything they desire
We each have our own individual style, so why not use that to create a bright and beautiful world that can inspire others? You can be conservative and still be sexy, outspoken and still be respected, one woman from a small town and still be a role model.
My mission is to empower women to feel independent, strong, brave, confident, free, sexy, and incredibly powerful in their own body while breaking down every boundary that society has made. By choosing to live a more pure, natural, and peaceful life I hope to empower others to do the same. I am sharing my own personal story of chronic illness and my journey to live fearlessly through personal stories, great adventure, and unstoppable ambition.
I have created 3 websites and this one is by far my favorite because it shows exactly who I am, what I love and what ignites my passion. I decided to create this website because I wanted to become more of an influence in the lives of others. I wanted to share my ideas, my passions, my creativity and my forward thinking with the world. In 2016 I was challenged more than I have ever been in my entire life, I was assaulted and my brother died. These are two very traumatic things that should have knocked me down and ripped out every piece of light that I had in my heart. After the assault occurred I questioned why I was alive and seriously debated ending my own life. I fell into a darkness that I hadn’t known before and yelled at God constantly. Through the summer I ended up finding myself a little more, traveled to Greece for a month and gained back my happiness. I didn’t have to force a smile and instead enjoyed my life because I realized that it’s the only one that I have. This all ended when my brother passed away only 9 months later, on Christmas Day. This was the most earth shattering, gut wrenching, soul destroying thing that could have happened to me. I knew that from this experience I needed to change my life, to grow and to use my experiences to touch the lives of others. I am now an advocate for domestic violence and a public speaker and because of what happened to me I reach out to communities, to businesses, and to young people to educate them about domestic violence, prevention, and warning signs. I have made one of my tragedies into one of my greatest passions. I am here to share my story, to inspire others and to let them know that they’re not alone. I felt alone through all of this and forgot that I wasn’t actually alone. There are many people who go through struggles things daily, and the one being that never left me is God.
This is my story.
“Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”
― Brené Brown