Hi, my name is Florence (aka Achama)
It’s my soul’s passion to help women tap into their faith and transform their lives from ordinary to extra-ordinary.
I believe you’re hungry for more and that’s why you’re here on this site, you’re looking for that elusive something that will help transform you and take your life to the next level.
I have some good news for you.
You’ve made it to the right place.
Before I embarked on this journey I was:
I was frustrated.
Maybe you can relate?
This was me in 2008, at the onset of being ill with a rare autoimmune health condition, I became so ill and traumatised that I had to stop working as a Psychology teacher. It took me many years of applying faith with psychology principles before I could go back out into the world as a fuller, more courageous and better version of myself.
When I look back at the person I was in 2008/2009 I never knew that I could ever feel the amount of inner strength, belief, joy, peace, happiness, well-being and so much more that I feel today. I KNOW that anything is possible with God and it’s my desire to get you to believe that so much that you can’t help but to manifest your dreams.
Ready to do this together?
Some fun facts about me
My Myer’s Briggs Type: I am an INFP Idealist/Healer
My Favourite colours: I’m really into pinks and teal actually.
What I dream about: having adventures and travelling the world
My favourite feeling: feeling free and being me
My favourite creative activities: I am very creative, I love to write, sing and dance and would love to learn to play the bass cello or harp (I think the cello wins though)
My favourite animals: I know it’s boring but it’s the small, cute and cuddly kind
Embarrassing secret: I still go to bed with a teddy (the truth is out)
I love to shop for: clothes and healthy foods (I am more or less Paleo)
My fave time of day is: dusk/evening because I can go fro long, quiet walks and spend time with Abba
Three words to describe me are: wacky, deep, visionary
People are attracted to me because: I strive to be authentic, teach them how to hold on to hope and give good counsel