In this episode of “The Journey of My Mother’s Son” podcast, I sit down to talk with Tabatha Perry.

Tabatha Perry is the ultimate go-to for women that are the non 9-5ers. She encourages and equips women that are wanting less chaos and to get their daily life on track! With over 15 years of experience in the Criminal Justice System, 20+ moves under her belt, has a Masters in Social Worker, girl-mom, wifey and Life Coach, she’s got advice that will make any day less stressful for the woman juggling many balls in the air! As a professional over-thinker, she’s learned how to simplify her day and loves helping women create simple & small edits in their daily life so they step into their fullest God-given potential!

In her own words, Tabatha says…

“I’m Tabatha Perry, MSW (a fancy acronym for Master’s of Social Work), and I believe you’re capable of achieving anything you want.

I also believe that you are busy, brilliant, and bombarded by a million little choices every day. My goal as your Life Coach is to help you strategize, organize, optimize your life that you may step into your fullest glory.

A little background about me: I was born and raised in Alaska, have lived in 4 different states and have moved 22+ times while I was either working, going to school, pregnant, or being a stay-at-home mom. Although I LOVE structure and order, God has gifted me many life opportunities to grow my flexibility and patience.

I have had quite the journey through my years of empowering others to show up as their truest self. I’ve helped dreamers from all walks of life: successful business owners, teen moms, those experiencing homelessness, prisoners, and my neighbors down the street.  I love to be kept on my toes and I continue to appreciate people for who they are and the unique experiences they each have. I believe everyone has a story and has value. Everyone. And I want THEM to see that, too. That’s right, that means you too. You have a lot to offer the world, sometimes we just get caught up in life and forget that.

I’m just like you! I’ve thrived and also gotten caught up in life and just lived on autopilot. I’ve set goals, achieved many, and didn’t get close to many more. I’ve worked hard for what I believe in, and sometimes didn’t see the results I expected. I’ve made sacrifices I never thought possible to make my wildest visions come true. And those accomplishments came from my faith and me realizing every great goal starts at a gateway; every purpose needs a path; and every overachiever must strategize, organize, and optimize!”

To find out more about Tabatha, check out her website at

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