About

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Before relocating to Phoenix in 2011, I was a multiple award-winning realtor in my hometown of Vancouver, B.C. Since I could hardly find my own way around Phoenix as a newbie resident, I left real estate behind and discovered the creative joy of mobile phone app development, children’s book publishing, adult non-fiction writing, and addiction recovery coaching.

My kid’s books are Bumbles…finds her way home! and Bumbles…saves Naipoki! Both are philanthropic endeavors supporting two causes in Africa we champion and are available here under the Kids Books menu tab.

My first adult non-fiction book Safe Souls: Transforming Relationships & Businesses Through the Power of Kind, Clean & Clear Communication, expands on the content of my Safe Souls business workshops and my contribution to Jack Canfield’s book The Soul of Success. My latest book, Rather than Rehab: Quit Bulimia & Upgrade Your Life, pairs with my addiction recovery coaching practice to help men and women overcome their eating disorders and other addictions so they can start living their best lives.

For recreation and play, I love movement, adventure, and travel. Summiting Africa’s two highest peaks—Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya—were epic experiences. Mount Everest Base Camp in the Himalayas, the Salcantay and Inca Trails in the Andes, and a 750 km pilgrimage from Le Puy in central France to Saint Jean Pied de Port in southwestern France were all challenging, but soul nurturing treks.

A little closer to home, I’ve had the excitement and pleasure of riding 48 U.S. states and 10 Canadian provinces on my CBR600F4i sportbike. Fun! Horseback riding, mountain biking, Kundalini yoga, alpine skiing, and quilting are also high on my favorite-things-to-do list.

I’m excited about the next half of life and endeavor to create an epic journey of spiritual, emotional, entrepreneurial, and physical discovery. I live in Phoenix and Vancouver with Ken and our hilarious and sweet rescue mutts Milo, Tessa, and Lulu the Lunatic.

Life is good.

Love,
Lori
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