Hey there beautiful soul! I'm Samantha and I am here to show how deciding to step into your power creates massive shifts in the way you view money. Learn more about me and how I help you create joy and abundance here.
Money and finances are a big part of your relationship. Whether you pay for things separately or together, your money is being combined in a way that is supporting both of you. You share the roof over your head, the food in your kitchen, the utilities being used, the wifi. You both use them, so it’s time to stop treating your significant other as a roommate to life.
I spent 22 years not feeling good enough or worthy. I tried pleasing others through my job, my accomplishments, the amount of money in my bank account. I tried to please others by only showing what I wanted them to see on the outside. While on the inside, I felt like I was suffocating. Alone. Unsupported.
I’m not just any other coach out there. I accept you exactly as you are, flaws and all. In fact, your flaws are what I love most about you. All those things that might have made you not feel good enough, those are my favorite things. I accept you as you are, free of judgement. I love your worries and your accomplishments. I love you when you are struggling financially because it just means that you get to overcome this. I love you when your money situation slows with grace and ease.
I have desperately wanted to find my people, yet I always seemed to attract the wrong ones that end up unhealthy. I attracted the wrong people because I didn’t know who I wanted to be attracting. When I got down to the root of it, I found the reason I haven’t been able to find my community was because I didn’t know who I was and when you don’t know who you are, you don’t know who you want to surround yourself with.
When you (finally) face what’s blocking you, you get to work. You realize don’t have to spent time with people who don’t make you feel good. That includes your family and friends. It’s okay to set boundaries to keep yourself safe and supported. You get to let go of the things in your life that are no longer serving you.
2 years ago I laid on my bathroom floor covered in tears, sweat, and shame. I felt alone and lost. How did I get here? I learned a spectrum of wealth (and lack thereof) before the age of 18. I had spent my privileged years traveling to places that my peers lived vicariously through. I spent my poor years learning the value of a dollar and getting to know people of poverty. The spectrum if my experience should have prepared me for this moment. Yet here I am, 20 years old, laying on my bathroom floor.
Throughout my life I have seen so many different financial situations. Straight out of high school, I took a job working with people who are struggling with their finances. I have seen what financial stress can bring a person. I have witnessed people get physically sick and put in the hospital because they were working so hard at a job that doesn’t value them, just to make a dollar to live.
I realized this week that I’ve been a little unclear on who I am and what I do. And if we’re being honest it’s because I wasn’t quite sure myself. From a young age, I have always had this sense that I needed to figure out what my purpose was on this planet. I can’t tell you how many times I have heard the phrase, “you have your whole life ahead of you. Slow down.” But you know what I have found this past year? I am not meant to slow down.