I’ve worked with Savannah and I must say it was quite an interesting experience. My mind is muddled and messy on the best of days. Having someone hone in on what you’re trying to visualize for your life is so transcendent ~ Asking the right questions and finding the necessary answers to move forward. Wow! I highly recommend having a session or two or three with Savannah. You won’t regret finding out more about your self.
Tell readers about yourself
My name is Savannah Shea Blake. I’m a Confidence Coach and Birth Doula at EarthandWater.co who helps women unleash their inner warrior goddesses through chakras and mindset so that they can conquer the battles of life, feel more supported in their ventures and love who they are.
Tell readers about what you do
I do entirely too much, haha. I’m a Blogger, a Writer, a Confidence Coach, a Birth Doula, and a mom. Luckily, most of that blend together so I’m not all over the place all of the time. And I just transitioned my doula practice to virtual to make things easier on myself and to be able to reach more moms in need.
Tell readers about your website/podcast/blog
My website and blog are very personal development directed. I use the space to produce content that is helpful, motivational and inspirational to women looking to improve their lives. It’s very “Mind Body Spirit” and since I run my doula stuff here too, most things are written to speak to moms but anyone who’s looking to improve their life can find benefit from my content.
Pick one of your creations. Why this one?
Chakra Child. It’s a free introduction to the chakras course I have that I adore. By studying the chakras, we can begin to heal most of the problems we have in our lives. It’s a basis to get started when you’re unsure where to begin in your journey of healing and growth.
If you could have a conversation with your younger self, what would you say?
I would tell her to stop making life decisions based on what others want for her and to follow her own brilliance, desires, and inspirations with the fiery passion that resides within her. I would tell her to direct that power towards what she wants and not to waste time on anything that wasn’t singing to her soul.
If you could choose your age forever, what age would you choose and why?
I would choose 28 because it’s still young but old enough to gain respect in the world as well.
What’s The Worst Haircut You Ever Had?
So I haven’t really had a devastating haircut but when I was about 12-13, my aunt convinced me to let her highlight my hair. I have black hair, mind you, and I was supposed to have lighter highlights. I came out the other end bleach blonde with black highlights. I was not okay for a long while. To make matters worse, my mom let it grow out instead of fixing it so I was left with the bottom half of my head blonde and the top half black for the whole school year until she finally took me to get it dyed back. Never again.
Off the top of your head, who would you give a shout out to on Twitter?
@nyxiesnook is doing great things and bringing people together. She’s inspiring and I highly recommend everyone follow her.
Would You Rather Have A Rewind Button Or A Pause Button On Your Life?
Pause definitely. I’ve worked too hard and come too far to ever want to go back but sometimes I could use a breather or some extra time to study or work.
Imagine the best version of yourself. Who is that?
She’s not far off from who I currently am so that’s great. She’s a little less stressed and anxiety-ridden. Doesn’t yell or get upset with the kids. She doesn’t work quite so hard but flows through life effortlessly and peacefully.
What’s Rocking Your World This Month?
I’m taking a step back to do less this month. The holidays have had me stressed so I’m taking December to slow things down and not put as much pressure on myself to meet goals. I’m going to be resting, practicing self-care, binging Netflix, playing Xbox, enjoying the season and planning out my new year.
What would you like to tell Dragons Codex readers?
You can do, have or be anything you want in this life. You simply have to know without a doubt what that is and then believe you can. That right there is often the hardest part in getting it.