I am Julia, I grew up in Napa, California and currently live on a small hobby farm in Sacramento County where we raise chickens for eggs, and goats and alpacas for field management. Not only I am a part time hobby farmer, but I am a Registered Nurse Consultant, Patient Advocate, Holistic Health and Wellness Educator, Young Living Silver, Proud Fire Wife, Medical Freedom Advocate, Reiki Practitioner, Aroma Freedom Practitioner, Raindrop Therapist, and DIY’er!
I have a deep passion for helping others heal and live the life they were designed to live. I started my journey with health and wellness over 20 years ago when I was heading down a dark road of self sabotage with food addiction due to spousal abuse. Over the years I have done everything under the sun to lose the weight I had gained, including weight loss surgery. It wasn’t until I had weight loss surgery and became a mentor for a local weight loss surgery group, that I realized that I need to make changes in my life to be the person that God designed me to be. I left my abusive husband and pursued my childhood dream of becoming a Registered Nurse like my grandmother was.
After years of living my life the way I was not designed to live, I made numerous changes to become the person I am today. When we moved into our farmhouse, I started researching more natural household products and discovered how bad chemical household products are for our ground water and our overall health. In doing hours upon hours of research, I have learned that dealing with health issues on your own will not get you the results that you need to fully heal yourself and you need outside support. Which has lead me to becoming who I am today and why I am so passionate about holistic health.
Since becoming a registered nurse, I have worked in different areas of nursing and the most eye-opening area were my positions as a nurse educator for a large pharmaceutical company and infusion pharmacy. Being a nurse educator in the pharmacy industry, I had to know everything about the medications that I was teaching medical staff, patients and their caregivers. Which is much more than what is taught in nursing school and made me understand the dangers of modern medicine. Sadly, many people do not know of most of the dangers from modern medicine. Which is why I am so thankful for the knowledge I have from working in the pharmacy industry. I am honored to be able to educate others and help guide them in their wellness journey.