My name is Hannah, but family has always called me ‘B’, or ‘Hannah B’. I am a brave mama, just like you, discovering my true north and paving my path to a life of my own design. This transforming journey has been enlivened and enriched since becoming a mother.
At 23, I met a man while traveling solo through Southeast Asia. We got pregnant a month and a half later. Two months after our daughter was born we had to move 3,000 miles from family and our community so he could provide for us.
He was gone 6 long days of every week, while I was home with our daughter. Although it was challenging, I eventually found a good rhythm, but then… I became pregnant again.
I had lost myself in motherhood and depression struck me like a slow but powerful wave. Living in pajamas, I was isolated, idle and indifferent. I ached for a tribe and longed for connection; I was suffering, and I knew that something had to shift.
It dawned on me that if I was to raise strong, directed, passionate and confident children I had to BE that, not just preach about it to them.
My life had to be different; I had to show up, stand up, speak up and choose the direction of my life. Settling for a life that wasn’t full of joy was over.
I had to lose myself in my hunt towards discovering my true north. I had to let go of the woman I was before motherhood. She was gone. She no longer existed.
I was forced to redefine who I was and SURRENDER to all that motherhood placed before me so that I could uncover a broader heightened form of self. It opened me up to allow the woman I was called to become to move through to the surface.
I rose above all the challenges and began my journey into living my life with directed purpose, bravery, and dedication to standing completely in my power.
From this place of clarity, I uncovered my greater purpose beyond motherhood:
My mission and calling is to guide women back home to their divine, true nature by empowering them to redefine what motherhood looks like and live their life with more joy, passion, and self-love.
Hannah currently lives in a small community called Hali’imaile on the north shore of the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii. She and her partner, Tosh, raise their daughter and son in an old red plantation house with a lovely view of the Pacific Ocean out their front door. To calm their wild and wandering gypsy hearts, they also sometimes like to ‘live’ in their rooftop tent under the stars in the rainforest or on the beach, go swimming in water holes, chase rainbows to the ocean, jump off cliffs and swim in the salty sea with the honu (sea turtles).