Georgia Coy

I always thought that if I was ever going to 'make it' in the world that I would have to cover up the real me. Believing that to be accepted I would have to become a version of myself that pleased whoever was in front of me. Eventually I realized it didn't matter how far I ran or how hard I tried to be someone else - I was always going to be there. The journey to fully accepting and loving myself has been the most liberating and rewarding experience of my life. Now I get to travel all over the world and invite people into the same encounter that gave me the freedom to be transparently me. - Georgia