My name is Rebecca Mullen and I have big teeth. I like to laugh a lot.
I think we sometimes take ourselves way too seriously. I say this, but I’m the first one to tear up when Mr. Darcy says, “I’m afraid you have been long desiring my absence.”
“Let your freak flag fly,” says one of my clients.
I’m there to say, “Yes! Yes!” because that’s where freedom and laughter can be found, in the most extreme parts of ourselves.
I love to share mundane stories. Whether your daughter is constantly changing the radio station or you are decorating your nursery, I want to know about the songs and the colors. I love those conversations because they tell about tenderness and connection.
I have a disproportionate amount of purple and green pencils in the silver box that holds the plethora of favorites I got from my mother after she died. I don’t hesitate to sharpen and use them. When my husband sings James Taylor in the kitchen I’m willing to forgive any former transgressions.
Why I Love objects
I have worn beads on my arm since I was 19 years old. They are my ritual and my practice. They are my altar. These beads teach me about patience, forgiveness, and listening to my own heart.
I adore stones and smoothies though not in the same blender. I started a garden this year and it was fun to walk down the row picking mustard greens and arugula to fill the blender. The garden talks if I will listen.
I have collected rocks from the shore of the Mediterranean and in Ireland, but I hold a special place for the rocks I collected from the road near my house.
I believe the physical objects in our lives speak to us. They can teach us about patience, forgiveness, or how to let go. Sometimes, they teach us just about noticing or asking.
“We’ve been here all along, we just needed you to ask us to show up,” the rocks said to me when I finally saw them.
If you are ready to listen, the physical world is ready to send you a message.
I help you tune in so you can listen to and notice what the things in your life are telling you.
I help people find meaning in the seemingly insignificant things they touch every day. This is my dorky gift to the world. And I’m good at it.
“Rebecca Mullen is a powerful life coach that has inspired my true self to come out of hiding.”
-Betsy S. Washington DC
— Allison, solopreneur and mom of two.
–Steve / WalkWest Productions, LLC
–Yvette, Superior Colorado
-Ami, New York City
-Betsy Swanson Hollinger
Short Hills, New Jersey
–Margaret Reyes Dempsey, Author of The Benefactor