Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume IXUNSTOPPABLE WOMEN
Wendi is an unstoppable force of kindness, love, acceptance and support for those around her. She loves spending time with her beautiful daughter, Claire, her adorable, three-year-old, ball of energy, nephew, Jace and her rat terrier puppies, Bailey and Abbey. For over 22 years, Wendi has helped hundreds of people buy and sell their homes in Northwest Indiana as a real estate broker. After years of being committed to lifting, elevating and inspiring others, the time came to create her own wellness practice. Wendi will be helping people thru multiple modalities, including reiki, reconnective healing and setting intentions for her clients to experience more peace and freedom in their lives. She is always looking to celebrate and empower those around her, by recognizing and acknowledging their beauty, worthiness and growth and becoming who they want to be. Wendi is always packed and ready for frequent road trips to places like Chicago, St. Louis, Mackinac Island, Lake of the Ozarks, Nashville, Phoenix and Sedona. Her love of travel started during her childhood, while exploring the western United States with her grandparents. Summers always started with a road trip to visit family in Oklahoma, then continued west from there. Her grandfather, Wayne, is a famous western artist. They have visited places like Breckinridge, Yellowstone, Jackson Hole, Flagstaff, Albuquerque, Taos, Santa Fe, then back to Oklahoma stopping at galleries and scenic places for him to paint. Visit Wayne Cooper Art Gallery on Facebook. Coming in the spring of 2021 is “We Sister So Hard,” a collaboration with her sister, Tawni. This project will include a blog, podcast, book and multiple events starting in Northwest Indiana. It will share their sisterly adventures growing up together and overcoming some of the common issues sisters may come across, including the good, the bad and the ugly with their ultimate triumph of becoming great friends.
Imperfect and Free from My Own Rules
Wendi had built a life that appeared to be perfect from the outside. Then, through a divine meeting, she learned that interactions in her day to day life with others were being subconsciously affected in a negative way, by things that happened in her past. She was pretending to be perfect and in control and she was exhausted. After experiencing this breakthrough, the entire way that Wendi saw life shifted for the better. She now has the freedom and peace that she was looking for on both the inside and on the outside, especially with the people who are most important to her.