I'm Thinking we should be friends...
I’m so happy you’re here. My name is Claire Hammill and I’m a born and raised Seattleite. I’m a Mama, an elementary teacher by trade, a podcast host, a creative, a speaker and a writer. I also love coffee, anything related to the beach and peanut butter.
MY TRUTH: I lived in a box for a long time. A box where I thought that every rule had to be followed, that life was black and white, and that I was absolutely FINE as long as I did all the things that people expected me to, and acted like the person that people needed me to be. Come to find out, that doesn’t actually work. Who knew? I was exhausted because I was doing too much shit that didn’t light my soul on fire. I was burnt out, anxious and felt nothing like the truest version of me. And, most importantly: I had spent 30 years of my life hating my body, not feeling worthy of all the desires of my heart, and never accepting myself in any given moment. I never felt good enough. Until I was about 32. Too long, right? Ugh. Don’t worry, it gets better.
After becoming a Mama, alllllll the things changed. I knew I needed to heal in every way so that I could show my son what it looked like to love yourself fiercely and unapologetically. So I dove in. I committed to physical, emotional and mental healing. Well here’s the next truth: it’s not over. BUT! In the midst of all the personal growth I’ve invested in, the coaching I’ve done, the businesses I’m building, one thing was true: Nothing lit me up more than helping other women discover their fire and speaking life into them.
So now, as I heal, I get to help other women do the same. I am a Health At Every Size (HAES) Wellness Coach, where I teach women about nutrition and how to listen to and fuel their bodies with what they need. I own a business with an incredible global company where not only do I get to educate on clean personal products, but I also get to help other women change the course of their life by doing the same. I am a Self Love Coach, where I talk with women from all backgrounds about their pain, their past, their desires, their goals, and their relationship with themselves.
In ten years, women all over the world will be actively healing their relationship with themselves and their bodies
In ten years, women will be celebrating each other for doing whatever it is that lights them up
In ten years, ALL body types and ALL skin colors will be represented in mainstream media
In ten years, women will know that in order to move forward in anything, they have to begin with internal healing