Hey there, friend! I'm excited to see you here.

Wholehearted Woman is for the soul searchers, the dreamers, the storytellers, the believers, the doers.

  • The ones who know they're meant for something greater, but don't know how to tap into their intuition.
  • The ones who have a story, a message, a vision, a dream, but aren't quite sure where to start.
  • The ones who are searching for a community and for other likeminded women just like them. 

 

Does this sound like you?

You want to dig deep, feel more aligned, listen to your intuition. Go beyond the surface level stuff.

But then...

There's the noise. 

The imposter syndrome. 

The what if I'm not good enough's. 

The fear of rejection - or worse, no one caring at all. 

 

But now you're ready. 

Ready to...

  • Get out of your comfort zone so you can become the woman you want to be.
  • Stop running on the hamster wheel of fear, imposter syndrome, and staying small.
  • Share your story, your gift, and mostly importantly, you and all that you are, with the world.

 

And that's where I come in.

I'm Molly, and I help amazing women like you share your story with the world - in a way that feels good, real and aligned to who you are and how you want to show up. 

Because I get it, and I've been there.

A year ago, at the beginning of 2017, I started Wholehearted Woman. And it's taught me to believe in myself.

And now I want you to believe in yourself too. Your story, your message, you.

Quite simply because your story matters - and the world should hear about it.

So whether you need help with getting over your imposter syndrome, inspiration to get out of your comfort zone, tips on marketing yourself in a way that feels good, or building a community supports you, I'm here for you.

If you ever need something, shoot me an email at molly@wholeheartedwoman.org. (And if you don't hear back from me within 2 weeks, feel free to follow up.)

 

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Hello, friend!

I'm Molly The one behind the scenes of Wholehearted Woman.

A 24 year-old sharing her stories and experiences with you along the way.

Stories (and advice) re: living life, fear, courage, showing up, unconditional love, mental health, community, personal growth, mindset, and well - anything else that comes up. Y'know, real stories about real life because we're all human and life tends to get messy. 

So let's just talk about whatever comes up - so whether that'd be money, relationships, etc. Let's do it - let's get real and below the surface level stuff.

Real talk: Sometimes, that doesn't pan out so well and I do stay on the surface level of things, but y'know - I'm only human.

As a multi-passionate creative, I spend my days journaling, brainstorming new ideas and projects, and listening to my favorite podcasts. I'm also a huge advocate of cutting through the noise and having authentic conversations on Instagram.

 

 

 

Some fun facts about me:

I'm a Yelp Elite, but most of the time, I just eat pizza and I don't feel cultured enough to call myself a foodie. I'm a pen and paper kinda girl, and I have enough notebooks to last other people a lifetime (but not me - I could always use more notebooks. ;)) Oh, and I'm always hydrated, because dehydration is no joke.

 

WHY I STARTED WHOLEHEARTED WOMAN

Honestly, there are so many reasons.

I've always dreamed of having a blog, helping other people and making an impact in the world (didn't know what that would look like and still not really sure), wanted a platform to share my story and have other people share theirs, etc.

Growing up, I never really felt like I belonged anywhere. Like I was on the outside looking in.

I was/still am an introvert living in an extroverted society. Even more so, I was (and still am) a shy and quiet introvert. Even starting this blog (and keeping up with it after neglecting it for a few months) has pushed me outside of my comfort zone. But there was always that part of me that wanted to share my story and use my voice. Or maybe I just wanted attention. Could be both.

But more than that... I always craved real and raw, before-the-surface conversations.

Y'know, the stories people keep hidden. The stories people spend years and years burying and forgetting. Because I've spent years and years burying my own stories. Burying my own experiences and pretending they don't exist.

So I wanted a place to connect with others, and to remind them they're not alone.

To be completely real with you, there are days (sometimes, months) where I don't want to share my anything about my life. I don't even want to think about it. But to me, being wholehearted means ...well, being whole and your story and your everyday experiences are part of who you are. All parts of you, not just the shiny and Instagrammable parts. 

Our past experiences led us to where we are today, and our choices and experiences today will led us to wherever we're going tomorrow and everyday after that.