Believe it or not, it’s normal to not want kids.

Tons of women choose a childfree life.

You may have grown up with the expectation that you’d have kids one day. That’s what people do, right? The truth is, that path is not for everybody.

It’s not unusual to feel pressured to start a family.

Your parents want grandchildren. Your co-workers say you’ll change your mind one day. Who will take care of you when you get old?

It’s also normal to be undecided or doubt your decision.

The “biological clock” is real in the sense that passing time creates pressure to decide now and act now. That can be stressful. For the record, if the only clock you feel ticking is counting down to your next big adventure, there’s nothing wrong with you.

You can be happy, supported and fulfilled even if you choose to be childfree. people do it every day

You can design the life you want. You can live it intentionally and without regret.

What do you want your life to look like?

Having children is NOT a prerequisite for purpose and fulfillment.

It’s within your power to create whatever life you want for yourself. The truth is, you are your own best guide. If you’re struggling to figure out what that life looks like, it’s ok. These things take time. It’s easy to get bogged down by what you think you’re supposed to do. Other people’s opinions and expectations can get in the way of finding your own path. It’s possible to lose yourself in all that. When you doubt yourself or feel stuck, it helps to have someone to talk things through with. Someone who doesn’t judge you. Someone who listens instead of giving advice. Someone to help you find your way when you’ve lost it. That’s what coaching is for.

The childfree movement is growing.

The number of women choosing to be childfree has been increasing since 1941. Why? Because women have more options than ever before.


Oxford Academic: Social Forces

Studies show people believe that the lives of childless people are emptier and less rewarding. However, research proves that's not true. In fact, the same study proved the opposite is true.

Norwegian Social Research

44% of non-parents say they’re not planning on having kids, ever.

Pew Research

There are many valid reasons to not want kids. However, 56% of those not planning to have kids say it’s simply because “they don’t want to.”

pew research

Hey there! I’m Anna.

I help women who are struggling with indecision. The choice to have children or not have children is a BIG deal. There’s not one right choice for everyone. My mission is to create a safe space for you to explore thoughts, ideas, and dreams. So you can get clear on what you really want. Then I’ll teach you strategies to help get you where you want to go.

What’s the difference between childfree and childless?

Childfree means you choose to not have children. Childless simply means you don’t have children, and that may or may not be by choice.

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