Meet Joy

In 2016, I went on a quest for a better overall life with a focus on my health and living in my purpose. I left corporate, went back to school for my yoga and nutrition certifications and now I help stressed out professionals manage their stress, invest in their health, take back their time, understand their financial landscape and prepare to leave their day job without jeopardizing their standard of living.  

I have come through a lot to get here and it required letting go of relationships, material things and places that no longer served me or my family. Saying good-bye to relationships that scared my heart and bruised my soul were some of the hardest lessons I ever had to learn but reclaiming my peace was more important.  

The four components in my life where I struggled were my health, mindset, loving myself (self-awareness) and finances. I was overweight as child, bulimic as a teen and never satisfied with my weight after becoming a mom. I married young. The pressures of marriage, 2 small children and one with special needs (autism) was highly stressful.   

Finances were always in the red. Looking for high paying jobs were always a priority. Going back to school as an adult, working full-time, being a wife, mother, daughter and friend was on the list too.Talk about high stress on the daily, then add in the breakdown of my marriage and ending in divorce. I’ve been there and done that and circled back.  Not to mention having a job where I hated my boss but stayed because of the money.  

Does any of this sound familiar? My life has not been easy, but I would not trade it for the world because the lessons I have learned through all my experiences have led me to the place where I am today. Helping others realize their value in this world and appreciating life to its fullest.

To say NO more and choose you is a big deal. I walked away from the paycheck because it no longer gave me the freedom I desired and the time I needed with my family, so I decided to Leave with Ease and never looked back. 

The only way out is in, learn to navigate the path.
— Joy Bretz