Name: Kim Britt

Age: 42

Occupation: Drug and Alcohol Residential Withdrawal Youth Worker turned Family Day Care Educator.....for now...

Tell us about yourself!: Gratitude and awe filled mother of an amazing 5 yr old girl. Lover of learning about the things I'm drawn to...orthomolecular medicine, foraging, astrology, palmistry, Reiki, getting creative with kids...

What is your definition of what a “wild woman” is?: Free. Freedom from anything internal or external that holds you back from being 'who you are' in this incarnation.

How would you describe your life was like before starting your journey of being a wild woman?: Full of shame, doubt, alcohol and drug addiction, depression and mistrust.

What were your biggest insecurities before engaging your inner wild woman?: Huge mistrust issues with both men and women. Full of self loathing...just for being me, and for being female (which all started in early childhood).

What is your life like now that you are actively engaging your inner wild woman?: Trust in nature/God (same thing to me) and my guides and angels light my life. Life is much sweeter when you open to reality through questioning your 'story' on any given thing. Love noticing synchronicity. There are no words for the joy my whole being experiences thanks to my little girl.

What are your five most favorite aspects of yourself as a wild woman?: 
My love and devotion for my little girl.
Relaxing into reality...there's always another opportunity to challenge your story.
Moving toward my physical village...I already have my online one in WWSS :) <3
Increased optimism and joy.
Meeting people where they're at...not where someone else may think they should be.

What was the biggest realization, experience, or transformation that most helped you to start unleashing and embracing your wild feminine nature?: Books from 'messengers' have been my way out of the dark, and now, without doubt, WWSS. 
Realising that all the shame I was living with was not 'who I am'. Learning not to take others opinions about me as gospel when they don't resonate with me at all....they're only operating through their unexamined filters.

What is your favorite part of expressing your wild feminine nature?: Being of service in a spiritual nature and loving with all my heart.

When do you feel the wildest?: When I feel connected. On the beach in the early morning, alone, still very much connected.

Why did you decide to participate in Wild Women Unveiled.: Because I love you :)

What is your message to other women out there who are just beginning their journey as a wild woman, or haven’t started yet but feel the call of the wild woman speaking to their soul?: Read every book you are drawn to, it has a message for you. Then find like minded folk for mutual support in your journeys. Trust nature, it really doesn't get it wrong.