October 8, 2019

Blush Babe Tribe | Miranda | Rhode Island Boudoir Photographer

Happy Tuesday babes!  It was a crazy busy weekend.  I think I say that every single weekend.  I guess it rings true when you have 6 kids at the house, own your own business, photograph weddings, and are an adult!  I swear my to do list just never ends.  We are heading into the last wedding weekend of 2019 and I have to say I’m excited to have some down time but sad to see it end.  We had so many amazing couples this year!  So grateful for them!

Today I’m sharing a bit about Miranda.  I swear she is a little bit my soul sister.  I never realized you could suffer from anxiety and still be a girlboss until I started my own business.  I do my very best to share my struggles, help people along the way, and own this business with my whole heart.  Miranda does all of this and she does it so well.  She even teaches it!  She is such an inspiring woman who owns every single piece of herself.  She doesn’t shy away from the tough stuff and I admire her so much for that.  She opens her heart to her clients, her followers, and to anyone who might need to hear it.  If you need a coach definitely check her out at Bliss Witch!

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself:

I’m a Midwesterner in heart and origin, but I call Providence the Midwest of the East Coast because it still has that small-town city vibe. I’m a Bliss Witch!  Also known as a Certified Life Coach who helps powerful women step into their bliss using neuroscience, pleasure psychology, and feminine magic.)  I’m a dog-mom, a self-help junkie, and I would spend every second of the day next to water if I could get away with it.

2. What is a typical day like for you?

Beyond the twice daily walks with pups, I don’t have a typical day. It usually includes some coaching, some learning, some Instagramming, and a fair amount of day dreaming. My days usually end with watching Good Witch and cuddles on the coach with bae.

3.  On hard days, what motivates you to get up and start your day?

The knowledge that I have one life, and I’m grateful to be alive in this moment.

4.  Who inspires you to live your best life?

Is it corny to say myself? My inner child, more specifically. That girl had a wild personality with an afro of red ringlets. She was quick to laugh and speak her mind, and she was utterly fearless.

5.  If you could go back and tell your 13 year old self something….what would that be?

Get coaching asap! haha. I’ve seen the power of life coaching in my own life and the lives of my clients, and I only wish I’d discovered it sooner! I would’ve moved through high school and college with a lot more confidence, for sure!

6.  What is your favorite quote?

“In the minds of geniuses we discover our own neglected thoughts.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

7.  You are inspiring women to get out there and love themselves, what piece of advice would you give them?

Self-love is not indulgent. It’s the basis of all forms of health! Our thoughts create our experience of the world. Losing that extra tummy flab before you get sexy photos taken, making more money before you let yourself enjoy life, or waiting to love yourself until others around you affirm your worth are just self-induced delays on your own joy. Different circumstances don’t magically produce happier emotions. Those amazing emotions are available to you now, and it would be better to enjoy the journey, even while reaching for goals, yeah? 

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