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Practical Wisdom for Smart, Sensitive Women

Let's explore how to make the most of your natural empathy and generosity in your relationships,
without stretching yourself too thin or overlooking your own needs.

Because our decisions should be driven by more than a fear of disappointing the people we care about.

 
 
 
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speaking up for yourself doesn't have to feel gross.

Use the Stand Your Ground workbook to start speaking up with more ease, clarity, and confidence.

This self-guided quiz and workbook was designed to help get rid of all the guilt and anxious butterflies that come with advocating for yourself. Grab your copy and get started!

 
 
 
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I want to help you

use your gifts, without running yourself ragged

 

As a lifelong sensitive person, I know how easy it is to step into the role of Helper. (Sometimes without even realizing it!) When someone close to us is having a hard time, we step in to absorb their stress and problem-solve their pain. But no matter how strong the impulse is or how much we care, the truth is this: it's not our responsibility to be everyone else's emotional shamwow. All we're doing is wearing ourselves out.

Ironically, learning this has made me a more relaxed, joyful, and generous person. And now I want to share everything I’ve learned about how to show up in every area of your life without holding back a single ounce of that natural generosity - or sacrificing your sanity. And it doesn't have to feel stingy or selfish. All you need are the right tools, and some well-thought-out boundaries in place. Keep reading

 
 
 

now let's talk about you:

where could you use a hand? 

 

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