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It took me a long time

It took me a long time. 2 October 2020 And to be honest, I needed some help from the universe to put me to pause. I was always going, doing, full agenda, meeting people, chatting, socializing. And I loved it! Because I love people and I love the magic of life. But deep inside I was lonely, although I didn’t really knew it at that time. Or maybe I didn’t want to see it. I definitely did not wanted to […]

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It’s Time To Celebrate

It’s Time To Celebrate 23 September 2020 It is time to celebrate! Last week I received the news that I am now officially a Female Sexuality Coach. I love to celebrate with reflection, a looking back to how I have come here. Eighteen months of studying, and although it officially was a study of 3 days a week, I perceived it as a full time commitment. I guess it is part of my personality to really go and dive into […]

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Come As You Are

Come As You Are 28 January 2019 I am reading the amazing book #comeasyouare (by Emily Nagoski), and today I hit the chapter that is all about the emotional context. And stress. For a long time I believe stress only had to do with just being able to manage the tasks I had to do in life. How little did I know of stress that underlies worry, anxiety, fear, terror, all the variants of my flight mode. Or anger, irritation, […]

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Letting Go is A Greatest Art

Letting Go is A Greatest Art 23 September 2020 Letting go, is a greatest art of living. Although for me this blog does not come as a surprise, and a period of doubt and questioning has preceded this, I write this letter with a sad but knowing heart. Last week when I was walking around the block I got this insight that I may stop with She Blooms. In the meaning of that I won’t sell soaps anymore and that […]

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Reset

Reset 23 April 2017 This journey of She Blooms is one big journey inside of myself. After I have arrived in Africa I may first reset myself. My phone dies and with this the connection with my common network. My accommodation seemed to fit fantastic, although I realize that I made this decision mostly with my mind and I forgot to feel with my belly and heart. Today I read in the book of Chantal (on high heels in Africa) […]

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