Why I believe everyone is capable of lasting transformation…

(post-traumatic growth, mid-life transitions, shifting stuck patterns – whatever is needed for you)

…because I overcame grief, persistent fatigue & a lifetime of poor eating habits to step into a life of vibrant fulfilment

Hello. I’m Liz.

When my husband Jim died of cancer at the age of 49 in 2017, leaving behind myself and our 3 courageous, colourful teenagers, the future we had planned was suddenly gone.

I needed to find some meaning in the suffering.  I learned that:

Living with loss doesn’t preclude joy.

Life is short – time is precious – as Jim put it, ‘live happy’.

In our life as barristers, Jim and I lived on adrenaline. Cases often had to be prepared and presented in court with less than 24 hours’ notice; there was no peace, because you never knew what would come in next.

It was exhausting.

I was stressed & fatigued – sleeping badly, not exercising, grabbing fast food; then dieting, falling off the wagon, feeling bad about it, and starting a new diet.

Jim too lived on his nerves, often snatching junk food at court for his lunch. We both struggled to relax in the evening, and needed a drink or two of wine or (in Jim’s case) malt whiskey to do so.

We longed for a simpler, more fulfilled life, but never quite had the clarity or courage to make the leap.

The lifestyle took its toll, and then it was too late.

Life ran out, for Jim.

During one of the many beautiful conversations Jim and I had in the hospice, he asked me, “Did I do OK?” …meaning, as a husband, a father, a lawyer, a human being.

He had done more than OK, and was deeply loved not only by us, but by friends, colleagues, all who knew him.

I began to think about what ‘doing ok’ would look like on my deathbed.

Some years earlier I had met a Co-Active coach, with whom I had just one session that left a big impression on me. So now I decided it was time – since circumstances forced me to re-design my future – to pursue my long-held dream of qualifying as a Life Coach and have a positive impact on the people already known to me, and those I hadn’t met yet.

I qualified with the largest coaching school in the industry, renowned for the rigour of its training, Co-Active Training Institute, accredited by the International Coach Federation. And, since I have long been obsessed with the pursuit of joy and vibrancy, I bring a wealth of experience in a variety of personal growth fields to my coaching.

Seeing in such intimate detail how transitory life is, has given me an urgent and passionate drive to create a vibrant life, NOW.

Which has led me to niche in health, creating my signature Coached Intermittent Fasting Program, 7 Habits for a Vibrant Life. 

Naturally, my life is an imperfect work-in-progress, but I have a clear direction & I’m excited about the future.

And my mood is so much more buoyant now that I take care of my body.

And I have the energy to pursue my dreams.

I am on a mission to help women like YOU to find lasting transformation;

to take care of your health and be rewarded with bags of energy;

to see clearly, feel clearly and create the life you want;

to step into a vibrant life.

If not now, when?

Does any of this resonate with you? Why not book me for a free, zero-obligation chat to see if I can help you get to where you want to be?

Jim & I on the balcony, our favourite place at the hospice

The view from the balcony at St Michael's Hospice, Harrogate

2017: I was exhausted

These three precious young people are my reason for wanting to live a long and vibrant life

‘Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom’

Viktor Frankl