About Annie

Meet Annie

There’s one thing I’ve done for as long as I can remember and that’s write. Even if all I was writing was a story in my head, or simply writing to process my emotions and tell them to myself in a story form, I was still writing. Poetry, want-to-be-novels, children’s books, or journalling, I was writing.

The most obvious thing I was always doing, somehow slipped my awareness when it came time to wonder what I would DO with my life. So, as one of my daughters so eloquently pointed out to me today, I sort of became a “Job slut.” I laughed when she said it, because she was right. After I laughed and admitted to how true it was, I mentioned to her that writing was the only thing I’d done as long as I could remember, and so it’s got to have a lot to do with my purpose. I’ve tried so many other things, and amazingly they all fit in many ways, and yet they weren’t writing.

I was a really good at being a Dula, and what an honor to be with mamas and babies in the most sacred hour of birth. Then a big shift to Arbonne, I sold cosmetics that to this day are my favorite, and I was pretty good at that too. Lastly, I became an Energy Medicine Practitioner, and this was the most satisfying job I ever had. It was incredibly fulfilling and life giving, and it felt very natural to work with clients this way. And yet, the feeling I get from writing wasn’t there. Nothing in the whole wide world feels the same way.

For years I studied about pleasure currents and opening my chakras, and how when we touch on something that sparks pleasure in every single chakra to listen, because it’s guiding us to something big, a calling perhaps.

I’ve always had a strong flow throughout my body, very fluid in my personality and can stretch easily both physically and emotionally; but when I truly felt the opening happen right there inside me, from bottom to top, shooting out of my crown with ecstasy, the feeling was unmistakable. I just knew. And for the first time in my life I didn’t need approval or validation or for others to agree with me. The feeling opened up a possibility for me to go where I feel drawn, just because my body is telling me to go. And so I did. In 24 hours everything changed. I let the openness guide me, direct me, and tell me what to do. Because, I believe, when the universe calls, it opens the next door, and help is close the ones behind us. I feel fully like a creature of being now, and not a creature of doing. My life just is; and now I get to just live it. 

Annie Wolfe lives in Asheville with the love of her life and their four children. She loves journaling and creative writing, dancing in the rain, playing in fresh snow, and savoring each moment with her children as they grow.

Meet Annie

There’s one thing I’ve done for as long as I can remember and that’s write. Even if all I was writing was a story in my head, or simply writing to process my emotions and tell them to myself in a story form, I was still writing. Poetry, want-to-be-novels, children’s books, or journalling, I was writing.

The most obvious thing I was always doing, somehow slipped my awareness when it came time to wonder what I would DO with my life. So, as one of my daughters so eloquently pointed out to me today, I sort of became a “Job slut.” I laughed when she said it, because she was right. After I laughed and admitted to how true it was, I mentioned to her that writing was the only thing I’d done as long as I could remember, and so it’s got to have a lot to do with my purpose. I’ve tried so many other things, and amazingly they all fit in many ways, and yet they weren’t writing.

I was a really good at being a Dula, and what an honor to be with mamas and babies in the most sacred hour of birth. Then a big shift to Arbonne, I sold cosmetics that to this day are my favorite, and I was pretty good at that too. Lastly, I became an Energy Medicine Practitioner, and this was the most satisfying job I ever had. It was incredibly fulfilling and life giving, and it felt very natural to work with clients this way. And yet, the feeling I get from writing wasn’t there. Nothing in the whole wide world feels the same way.

For years I studied about pleasure currents and opening my chakras, and how when we touch on something that sparks pleasure in every single chakra to listen, because it’s guiding us to something big, a calling perhaps.

I’ve always had a strong flow throughout my body, very fluid in my personality and can stretch easily both physically and emotionally; but when I truly felt the opening happen right there inside me, from bottom to top, shooting out of my crown with ecstasy, the feeling was unmistakable. I just knew. And for the first time in my life I didn’t need approval or validation or for others to agree with me. The feeling opened up a possibility for me to go where I feel drawn, just because my body is telling me to go. And so I did. In 24 hours everything changed. I let the openness guide me, direct me, and tell me what to do. Because, I believe, when the universe calls, it opens the next door, and help is close the ones behind us. I feel fully like a creature of being now, and not a creature of doing. My life just is; and now I get to just live it. 

Annie Wolfe lives in Asheville with the love of her life and their four children. She loves journaling and creative writing, dancing in the rain, playing in fresh snow, and savoring each moment with her children as they grow.

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My Family

Thomas

is my soul mate, life partner, husband of 20 years, greatest source of personal growth, and my deepest comfort in life.

Edward 

18, is a genius maverick in life, exceptional vocal performer, and deeply soulful.

Elizabeth 

16, is driven by excellence in all she does, a gifted ballet dancer, and has a heart full of love.

Kate

12, has a razor sharp mind, is passionate about the environment, and is an avid reader.

Will

10, is our Tarzan, warrior for the underdog, and awesome soccer player.

Our Lovely Dogs

Jack, our playful puppy, Ellis, our courageous hunter and loving friend, and Max, our oldest and most kind hearted.

“The wound is the place where the light enters you.”

-RUMI