Emphasis on metamorphosis

I remember when I watched Mr. Roger’s in theaters this year — A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood. I cried.

I felt like Lloyd Vogel, in every sense of the word.

I felt like a knife sliced through to my core when Mr. Roger’s said children are being taught from a very young age that they will never be good enough until they “become something.”

Ergo: What do you want to be when you grow up?

I was floored and now integrate that into my daily life. That truth: we don’t have to strive to be something when we already are.

I wonder how many of us carry throughout our young adult lives and into older age this paradigm that we always need to be striving to be something “better?”


I look at each of us as complete already. Just as I view a seed that will become a grown plant. It always was complete.


And a Caterpillar. It always was complete.


Wishing you all health, wealth and equanimity throughout. And remember it is okay to feel not okay.




I want this to be a safe space to share my goings-on while I dig deep into my journey of self-discovery. What brings me to my desire to share my journey? I wish to provide life-coaching services to others. I coach to help others uncover what it is that is holding them back from accomplishing what is dearest in their hearts, spirit and minds. I am currently a student at iPEC, Institute of Professional Excellence in coaching. I am determined to disseminate my coaching services to all those interested. While I coach, I also would like to share bits and pieces of what it is that I do as a life coach-to-be and inversely, what I do not do. I am an imagineer, at your service. That is the best way I can describe a life coach to you. As a life coach-to-be, I can teach you how to think outside the box, consider alternative perspectives and reflect on what influences your thoughts. If any of this sounds like something you are experiencing, what is stopping you from moving forward? A space to message me may be found on the middle menu option on my home page. I acknowledge, appreciate and embody gratitude for each and every one of you and the struggles which you endeavour each and every moment. No one is a stranger to adversity. We can all overcome adversity because of our combined diversity. Thank you for contributing your time into our growing and collective, worldly diversity. Endearingly yours, Kim

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