Meet Holly  

Things you should know

 

Through her vulnerability and a generous dose of honesty and humor, Holly Chamberlain encourages and empowers others to find joy in every moment… even the impossible ones.

 

Holly is Regional Sales Director for a global pharmaceutical company and Founder of The aMasongrace Project, a suicide prevention organization. She is an advocate, speaker, and author. Her widely-read blog, “It’s Just Me,” chronicled her journey of surviving suicide loss. Her latest endeavor, “Totally Enough,” is focused on empowering women of all ages to recognize their unique value, to walk in abundance, and to rest in the knowledge that they are absolutely enough.

 

As is.

The Idea 

The idea behind the creation of the Totally Enough community is to empower people (women, really) to believe in their own worth. It’s an expansion on the ‘You Matter’ message Holly Chamberlain spent four years promoting through her work with the aMasongrace project. It’s confirmation that, unchanged, we are good enough.

 

We have enough. We do enough. We ARE enough.

 

Totally Enough confronts the mindset that we are all in some reality show type of competition and rejects the notion that our worth is tied to looks or activity or wealth.  Here, we will discuss our challenges as women in the workplace, the mommy wars we get stuck in, and the internal conflict between self care and selfishness.

 

Totally Enough is designed to empower women to stop waiting to be told what to do and just DO. It offers permission, if permission is required, for women to stop gauging their worth by the opinion of others. It encourages the telling of stories and the revealing of struggles and the exposing of truths, even when our voices shake and our knees tremble and our confidence wanes.

 

You are totally enough.

 

I am totally enough.

 

Let’s allow that truth to guide our next steps together.

The Blog 

You are enough. Totally Enough.

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