I make everything by hand and I use my imagination. I’ve been a self-employed healer for over 20 yrs. I graduated from DePaul University with a degree in Communications and Journalism. Right after graduation, I worked for Richard Driehaus in his company as an assistant. Good times. Good stories. Then I worked for John Davis, founder of Geja’s Cafe as his assistant with his Wine Company, more good stories and good times. I also once worked at 35 E. Wacker for the Office of the Building and where Oprah, had her first office before she got big. I remember her buying an employee a car and had it wrapped up in a giant bow, because he was always late for work. There were a lot of interesting characters in that building like Architect, Helmut Jahn. A Tall and flamboyant dresser, who liked nice suits. He had an office in the top of building and they called that tiny elevator “the bird cage”. I’ve worked so some interesting great Chicago people and had some amazing adventures. Being a personal assistant good definitely be rewarding but it wasn’t always easy because it involved a lot of my personal time and I personally felt like something was missing. One night while I was driving to a boyfriends house after we had gotten into an argument over the phone ( because I didn’t want to leave) about 15 minutes of driving on the Kennedy Expressway, I was run over by a drunk driver. That experience made me realize that life was too short to not do what you want. So I learned craniosacral therapy, reflexology, massage, reiki healing and created a healing studio called NowStudio. I took classes from many different people. Laura Day, Sonia Choquette, Doreen Virtue and from astrologers, Susan Miller ( who I once did a reflexology session) and the Astro-Twins. Plus, I always made jewelry for people, since I was a teenager, I once walked into a Michigan Ave store and asked if I could work there and learned to string the pearls and make earring and necklaces for the highend clients. A skill that has followed me all my life and added to everything I know now.