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Meet Dana

Life Coach & Designer

Your Personal Facilitator of Slow Living

Hey there, gorgeous! I'm Dana, a virtual certified life & success coach, birth doula, Canva designer, hypnotherapist, and badass mom. Yep, you read that right - I wear multiple hats and look fabulous doing it.

When I'm not sipping my coffee or snuggled up in my cozy sheets, you can find me surrounded by plants, designing beautiful graphics, indulging in a romance novel, or geeking out over some sci-fi goodness.

But what really sets my soul on fire is helping women undergo their own personal transformation. I'm talking about taking your life from drab to fab and showing you just how damn beautiful it can be. After all, we are more than just caterpillars - we're butterflies ready to spread our wings and soar!

So let me help you redesign your life and make your wildest dreams a reality. Whether you need a little push or a full-on metamorphosis, I'm here to guide you every step of the way!


Five Fun Facts About Dana


I love reading, and I can devour at LEAST one book a week, and those are usually trashy romance novels. I love them, and they give me so much blissful, uncomplicated joy. 


In my head, I’m a rockstar, and can sing and play the mandolin and guitar. Please note that I cannot do any of these things, but in my head I totally can. In truth, I love live music, and I live for outdoor music festivals in the summer. A summer without this, is a sad summer indeed. 


I gave birth to my 2nd tiny human (baby) in a college residence hall… on purpose. No, I wasn’t a student, but I did live on campus while working in residence life. Students that I have worked with always loved that fun fact.


I consider myself to be a multipotentialite. I have many interests and am extremely creative. I find it so hard to limit myself, but am constantly working on how to make room for what is really important to me, and only pursue that. Learning that I can be interested in a lot of things, but I do not have to do allllll of the things is a continuous learning process. 


I have a slight obsession with the art of doing nothing. “Productivity” in today’s world is overrated, and over expected in ways that are damaging to society, workplaces, families, and the soul. I believe that there has to be a better way, and I am on a mission to figure that out for myself, as well as my clients.

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