Welcome! My name is Tabitha but you can call me Tabi And I am a G.o.d.d.e.s.s.
Inspirational, Authentic, Peaceful, Passionate and Purposeful
Eternal student of life, death and everything in between
Personal demon slayer, rule breaker and change maker
Open-hearted, world-loving, moved to tears by pain and suffering
Earth-connected, nature adventurer, sustainability searcher
Past loss = present power. Vulnerable and compelling
Communing with the trees, dancing with the wind, connecting deeply with the Earth and myself
My life is FREAKIN’ AWESOME!
It’s taken me a long time to feel confident saying that. It’s taken me a long time to embrace myself.
My journey started ten years ago with the sudden death of my younger brother, Peter. Now most people hearing this say, “I’m sorry.” Well let me tell you something. I’m not.
My brother dying was the best thing that ever happened to me.
His death forced me to look at myself and my life and see just how much of it I was wasting.
It forced me to turn and truly confront the childhood demons I’d been running from by hiding in drugs and alcohol.
It forced me to take responsibility for my life and work towards creating more joy than ever before.
His death inspired me to set up and run a charity for young adults affected by bereavement for six years. It inspired me to shut that down and move to Spain to teach English.
It inspired me to leave that job when it was no longer fulfilling and retrain to become a coach (now an Associate Certified Coach with International Coach Federation). It inspired me to work with clients all over the world – on my terms – travel-living where ever I wanted whenever I wanted.
His death encouraged me to get my Masters in Applied Ecopsychology. And it encouraged me to create the Tree of Transformation®, a seven-step process that harnesses the power of trees for deep and lasting positive change.
It encouraged me to leave Spain and return home just to be closer to my niece and elderly grandparents.
It encouraged me to write and publish a book: Thriving Loss: Move beyond grief to a place of peace passion and purpose.
And then it encouraged me to move back to Spain again!
To regret his death means that I regret all of that. And I don’t. Not. One. Little. bit.
If my words resonate with you then I look forward to supporting you 111% to build the business of your dreams. If not, then I offer you my blessings and hope that you find what you are looking for.
Love, hugs & high-fives,