Make every day as good as “some day”

Go from where you are to where you want to be through the art and magic of managing the mind.


Coco Cockerille

I’m a certified life coach on a mission to help you create a life you really want rather than living a life you’ve learned to work around.

For years I’ve been writing on my hippie-mom blog and journeying toward what I see as the slow and slumber-y awakening of human consciousness. In the process of talking about rethinking habits and paradigms that no longer serve us, I became a life coach in order to help guide fellow humans through everyday challenges and more.

If you’re feeling caught off-guard by the weight of the world nowadays, on top of an already busy-enough life, let’s work together to break things down and work them out. I use a practical, no-nonsense process to help you discover what’s right for you. In other words, I don’t tell you what to do, because somewhere inside, you already know. It’s just that we’re all conditioned to second-guess and even overpower our intuition. I can help you change that.


Clients are saying…

I felt I was in a safe space to explore my thoughts without any agenda from Coco — it was just an open space for examining what was going on in my mind.

It was super helpful to be guided to look at my thoughts with curiosity and no judgment. 

The ‘aha moment’ for me was realizing I was pressuring myself to make a specific decision now when there was no point in deciding that now. I can explore my thoughts more in order to understand what I was afraid of missing if I decide one way or the other.


In a very short time, Coco’s insightful questions helped me figure out what was holding me back from taking the next step towards my goal.

Coco’s coaching helped me become more aware of what I’m creating with my thoughts, as well as helping me gain insight about myself.

I’m so thankful to be coached by Coco. I highly recommend her.


Coco helped me listen to my story from outside my own head. And by asking certain questions, she helped me gain a perspective on my father’s behavior regarding spending money that I’d never thought about before.

A brilliant idea that Coco suggested was that I write a letter from my ‘future self’ to both my dad and myself regarding money beliefs.

Another ‘aha’ was that I spend more energy thinking negatively about my idea rather than visualizing reaching my goal.

Thanks, Coco. I’m going to book coaching with you again.


Coco led our session well and kept me on topic. I did have an ‘aha’ moment that we discussed.


Great insights and ‘aha’ moments.