Welcome! I'm Monica

Ready to start your path to peace?
Begin here . . .

How would it feel to live the life you truly desire?

To let go of the life you feel you “should” be living?

Would you like to actively participate in your life again?

If you answered yes to any of these questions…

You are not alone.

It was a long, difficult journey before I found my path to peace. But it does not have to be that way for you!

I would love to connect with you and hear YOUR unique situation.

I know how finding supportive resources can be difficult. That is why I am excited to share with you what has helped me and many other women.

If you are ready to heal and find your own path to peace, click below to find out more.


Online and local options for finding your peace.


These days I have found my peace. But it wasn’t always this way.


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Are You Aware Of The Disconnect?

I was catching up on life with a friend that I haven’t seen in a while. She recently left a job she worked at for the past 15 years. I asked her how the transition was and if she kept in touch with friends from her old job.  She said no, that since she has left she...

Part 2 – How Do You Love Yourself?

Last time I shared the first 3 steps to loving yourself. They were:1 - Be aware of your inner critic2 - Accept that you have an inner critic3 - Practice self-compassion You can read more about these steps here. Did you take some time to practice and play with these...

How Do You Love Yourself?

Have you thought about this question? How do you love yourself? Is it easy to love yourself or does it take a lot of effort? Maybe the thought of loving yourself feels too far out of reach for you to think about? It’s something...

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Monica Owsichek

These days I have found my peace. I live with my husband of 16 years, Dave, and our dogs Waylon and Willie. I am co-creating my life with the Divine, God, Source, Spirit, which provides me the freedom and flexibility to live the life I desire, not a life I “should” be living.

But it wasn’t always this way.