Oh, hello there!
I’m Esther Zimmer.
Do you have the courage to live a life that feels true to you?
The thread that runs through everything I do is encouraging and hopefully inspiring you to live life on your terms, in a way that feels true for you – whatever that means to you – rather than living the life others may expect you to live.
Each one of us gets to decide what we want our life to look like, because we each get to make our own rules about how to live.
However, I believe we frequently forget all the choices we have, amidst all the messages from society telling us how we ‘should’ live. I also know that living life on your own terms is sometimes easier said than done, which is why a little encouragement and inspiration can go a long way.
This isn’t about feeling like you need to be constantly bettering, changing or fixing who you are. I’m exhausted from all the striving. Rather, it’s about accepting who you already are and claiming what you long for.
I believe life is less about becoming someone different and more about remembering who you were, before the world told you who you should be.
This space is where I share my words in the hope of encouraging and inspiring you to live life on your terms. It’s also my online journal; the place where I share the journey as I write my first book and travel the world. I write about life as a perfectly imperfect human, capturing the rough and the smooth we all experience.
I believe we need one another’s honest stories; to see our own thoughts and feelings reflected back at us, for encouragement and inspiration and to learn different ways to move through life.
My mission is to inspire women to let go of their old stories from the past and to name what they truly want, in order to write a new story for their future.
What the world needs now, more than ever, are women who are committed to living their lives in a way that feels true to them; shining their light and sharing their gifts, their passions and their stories, and living their lives so well, they inspire others to live their lives well too.