Hello, I’m EllieHigham
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I thought that all I needed was a reset…
I had just moved from Kenya to the States, my nervous system was destroyed from all the emotions that come along with managing both start-ups and a budding relationship across a 12-hour time difference, and I was still battling the grief of losing my mum. All I was craving was the chance to move on and find stability.
But, when you place your hope in trudging forward regardless of the cost, it should come as no surprise that life doesn’t magically fall into place. I eventually found my footing, and indeed continued on. I hired a coach, moved through all of the required motions, but couldn’t help but continue to feel empty inside — a bit dull.
The coach turned out to be a disaster. They weren’t trained or accredited and persisted to tell me that I needed to shove myself into neat little boxes that, at the end of the day, simply didn’t fit. Everything inside me was screaming, “No, this can’t be it.” And, that’s when I realized I needed to get very honest with myself.
Instead of forcing the path forward, I began to ask myself the tough, internal questions.
What did I want? What did I need?
I finally stopped moving long enough to reconnect with who I was and what made me feel radiant again. My Live Vibrant Method is a direct result of all of that hard work — all of the decisions I actively made to demand more ease, peace, and happiness for myself. And, now I’m ready to share it with all of you.
With my Live Vibrant method, I was able to design the life I had always dreamed of here in Seattle. I finally started my own business instead of investing so much time in others, and I have found total freedom. Our home (which doubles as my office) is a place I truly want to live, and I continue to find joy, freedom, and prosperity in my day-to-day world. If I can do it, you can, too. The details of your life are not just details; they are the design. All you have to do is ask yourself: are you ready to design the life you’ve always dreamed you’d have?