About Erin

saying yes to mud puddles and messes

Hi friends, 

 I call everyone a friend. Enneagram 7, anyone? I’m so glad you made your way to this space. I could give you a list of random resume style infographic points but I’ll leave that one for another time and place.  
In the intro of the podcast, I share that I’m a  “creator, homeschool educator, counselor and spiritual seeker” and I think that sums it up. 
I live in the beautiful area of South Coastal Georgia and aside from the bug and sometimes record breaking humidity, I cannot imagine a more beautiful place to call home. 
Most of the time you will find me reading, writing, or doing something  we “Coastal People” do that involves water and scattered sand all throughout my house and car. 
I’m married to Olin, a tall Norwegian man who smiles and nods when I suggest another creative project or trip to explore the world. He’s a dreamboat. Together have two children who are animated, funny and quite simply extraordinarily full of life. They are straight out of a comic strip and I adore them. 
I find spiritual peace in Nature and hearing the stories of people. I hope to hear your own story one day soon, ok? 
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About Chelsea

Welcome to my beautiful chaos

I define myself in a myriad of ways. Most of how I define is by not defining. Confused? So am I. I am an Enneagram 6, which explains a lot of who I am. I’ve lived a life being unsure of how to describe myself and understanding my world based on others around me. So I’m new to this game of About Me. When I finally learn maybe I will write that here or maybe it will change before I get that chance.

What I can say is that I love to laugh, learn, stop and notice, find the extraordinary in the ordinary, and get taken aback every time I see sun rays shining through the clouds. The few words I describe myself are a teacher, practitioner, spiritual director, and pilgrim.

I’m a Midwest girl from the USofA. I’ve journeyed through some places but now anchored in the fields of grain that flow gently with the breeze, the sense of pride when I see a four-leaf clover, and the everyday life of raising three kids.

I’m blessed to be married to a wonderful partner who allows me to explore the real me, whether that is on retreats far away physically or spiritually in my prayer space.