Sara Stace
Mother, Author, Writer, Wellness Supporter (counsellor). 

You found your way here. Hi. 

Firstly, let me say thank you so much for being here.  I do hope my online space can serve you.


You'll enjoy it here if like me you love to savour the sweet and simple moments in everyday life.


And, if you feel that you have forgotten what that feels like, even better; stay.

Stay and let's slow.things.down. together. Let's get curious, chat and find out how you too can find more balance. 

Listening to your stories about who you are, what makes you become alive, what is troubling you and blocking your chance at living your best life, this is why I am here. It lights up my soul. Connection. Studying counselling has confirmed one thing for me and that is the importance of listening. Being silent. Allowing you to speak and be heard for what may be the first time in a long time. Talking things out and making a plan is often all we need to allow for the necessary life shifts. If you would like to connect please see my offerings page. We can connect via zoom and in person. 


This year for me is about connecting with you and the world around me without the use of social media. So whatever I am up to offerings wise will be updated on here. I have clocked out. It feels wonderful and the vortex can survive and so can I without me on there. I've spent the last nine years on Instagram and longer on Facebook and I can wholeheartedly say, I couldn't be happier to be saying goodbye to that chapter. I can breathe and it's time now to gather inward and share from a space of presence and consciousness. Allowing my energy to always be unintentionally dispersed on the internet is no longer an option. This is how I will be able to serve you better. I hope also to share what I have learnt from distancing from socials with my clients. 

My first book which you can find on "Shop my books" My Feelings Matter was created for my eldest son who is on the Autism Spectrum. We had many hard days trying to learn and understand such big emotions when he could not yet verbalise them. I knew if I could get someone to create visual images that were simple and child friendly that I could help him identify how he may be feeling, then maybe we could avoid the dreaded meltdowns that came with frustration. I knew I could put into words how us adults could assist their child or student and how the child may possibly be feeling, and this is how the book came about! I truly feel that it will help so many children and families be able to communicate and connect with more ease.


My second book a book of reflections - "Mosaic" will be released soon. Hold tight, it will be a beauty! 

Please get in contact if you feel – sara@sarastace.com