I have an extensive background as a writer and meditation teacher. I am the founder of Wendy-Miller.com, where I write about meditation, relationships, parenting, and living life by your own rules, as well as offer private and group meditation sessions online and locally. I thrive on helping women find harmony between all aspects of their lives so they can follow their passions while raising families, cultivating relationships and creating a life they love.

I believe that meditation should be the foundation of any woman’s self-care routine. Meditation creates the connection between your inner and outer worlds and allows you to understand what you need in order to feel healthy, happy and whole.

As a mother and a woman, you’re in giving mode most of the time. But what happens when you run out of “stuff” to give? Meditation creates a space in which you can check in with yourself so that you know where you’re at long before you reach that completely depleted point. Meditation is an opportunity for you to listen to a part of yourself that only whispers but desperately wants to be heard.

Meditation and self-care might seem like a selfish indulgence, but they’re a necessity. Without them, you lose sight of who you are. You don’t get what you need and deplete all your inner resources. You stop growing. And when you stagnate, you lose hope, confidence, and happiness.

With meditation, you can reconnect with who you are beyond all the labels – mom, wife, daughter, sister, friend, and a thousand others. You’ll rekindle your femininity, your wild sense of adventure, your childish playfulness, and a love for yourself that you forgot about – or never even knew existed.

When you renew this relationship with yourself, you bring a new and different energy to the rest of your life. Your relationships with others, your career, even your hobbies, will all seem fresh and new. You’ll have more to offer, and be better able to ask for what you need – and get it.

I am a lover of personal growth and always learning and finding new ways to be effective. I’ve meditated off and on for nearly two decades, becoming serious about my practice in 2012 and becoming a meditation teacher in the summer of 2018. I offer a variety of guided meditations designed to help reduce and relieve stress, calm anxiety, find gratitude, and more.

I would describe myself as an introvert who sometimes pretends to be an extrovert. I work as a meditation teacher and writer while also homeschooling and solo parenting. I live in Florida with my two sons and what feels like a zoo full of animals.