My name is Ewelina.

I help women, especially mothers, to find balance and fulfillment in life through work-life balance coaching.

My educational background includes master’s degrees in cross cultural psychology and economics. For ten years I worked in a film production company where I was responsible for the financial side of the film production, securing grants and subsidies for Polish and foreign film projects. I love cinema and had a lot of personal satisfaction and professional pride working on films of renowned artists like Roman Polański and Paweł Pawlikowski.

My name is Ewelina.

I help women, especially mothers, to find balance and fulfillment in life through work-life balance coaching.

My educational background includes master’s degrees in cross cultural psychology and economics. For ten years I worked in a film production company where I was responsible for the financial side of the film production, securing grants and subsidies for Polish and foreign film projects. I love cinema and had a lot of personal satisfaction and professional pride working on films of renowned artists like Roman Polański and Paweł Pawlikowski.

When my two boys were born, first Ignacy, then Fryderyk, motherhood absorbed me completely.

I had the luxury of staying home with my boys and didn’t have to go back to work immediately. I was living my life in color, but it was not without its difficult moments. My personal low was the winter when Fryderyk was only 8 weeks old and both he and Ignacy, 3 years old then, got very sick at the same time. In that stressful moment, the Nebulizer entered our lives.

The Nebulizer became a permanent element of our living room and visits to hospitals became routine. Stress, exhaustion, and never-ending winter taxed me beyond belief. I dreamt of warm summer without viruses assaulting my family. Fryderyk needed to use the Nebulizer 6 times a day and it broke my heart to subject it to him so often. I felt an overwhelming need to turn my life upside down. However, if someone then told me then that in a few short months I would be living with my family in Barcelona and speaking Spanish, I wouldn’t believe them!

In the era before kids, my husband Michal and I traveled extensively, even taking a year off from our jobs to travel around the world together.

It was an essential part of our lives, and even with kids remains so. Moving around and traveling is natural for us… so one day we decided to try something really new. We moved with our boys to Barcelona. Yet, despite the near year-round sun, living so close to the warm sea, and the view of Gaudi’s magnificent and eccentric buildings, it was difficult for me. I didn’t speak the language, I didn’t know anyone, much less have any friends, and my family was far away. It was difficult for me to find my place and to find myself in this new reality, but I was ready to take the risk. I started to take Spanish classes, I got to know the culture, I met new people, and I finally started to feel at home.

When my two boys were born, first Ignacy, then Fryderyk, motherhood absorbed me completely.

I had the luxury of staying home with my boys and didn’t have to go back to work immediately. I was living my life in color, but it was not without its difficult moments. My personal low was the winter when Fryderyk was only 8 weeks old and both he and Ignacy, 3 years old then, got very sick at the same time. In that stressful moment, the Nebulizer entered our lives.

The Nebulizer became a permanent element of our living room and visits to hospitals became routine. Stress, exhaustion, and never-ending winter taxed me beyond belief. I dreamt of warm summer without viruses assaulting my family. Fryderyk needed to use the Nebulizer 6 times a day and it broke my heart to subject it to him so often. I felt an overwhelming need to turn my life upside down. However, if someone then told me then that in a few short months I would be living with my family in Barcelona and speaking Spanish, I wouldn’t believe them!

In the era before kids, my husband Michal and I traveled extensively, even taking a year off from our jobs to travel around the world together.

It was an essential part of our lives, and even with kids remains so. Moving around and traveling is natural for us… so one day we decided to try something really new. We moved with our boys to Barcelona. Yet, despite the near year-round sun, living so close to the warm sea, and the view of Gaudi’s magnificent and eccentric buildings, it was difficult for me. I didn’t speak the language, I didn’t know anyone, much less have any friends, and my family was far away. It was difficult for me to find my place and to find myself in this new reality, but I was ready to take the risk. I started to take Spanish classes, I got to know the culture, I met new people, and I finally started to feel at home.

In the era before kids, my husband Michal and I traveled extensively, even taking a year off from our jobs to travel around the world together.

It was an essential part of our lives, and even with kids remains so. Moving around and traveling is natural for us… so one day we decided to try something really new. We moved with our boys to Barcelona. Yet, despite the near year-round sun, living so close to the warm sea, and the view of Gaudi’s magnificent and eccentric buildings, it was difficult for me. I didn’t speak the language, I didn’t know anyone, much less have any friends, and my family was far away. It was difficult for me to find my place and to find myself in this new reality, but I was ready to take the risk. I started to take Spanish classes, I got to know the culture, I met new people, and I finally started to feel at home.

I remember perfectly the moment that I realized what I miss the most, but also what my dream is.

We had been living in Barcelona for half a year, had met new friends, our children were not sick so much anymore, and everything seemed to be as it should. I was sitting with my Spanish notes in a chiringuito – a local beach bar, the sun was shining, the waves were crashing, I was surrounded by palm trees, and I could only think: Why am I not happy? What is wrong? Then, I remembered my plan. It had been deeply buried in my head for many years. Buried, waiting for the perfect moment to come to life. Waiting for moment that was never perfect enough. 

I want to be a coach! Now is the time! I absolutely cannot wait any longer! I had met so many other mothers who were adrift, wondering how to restart their careers, thinking of changing their careers, and wondering which direction to take. I could help them.

So, I got to work. First, I took sessions with a coach to experience the power of coaching for myself. Next, I signed up for courses, studies, and trainings. I started my new professional adventure. I met so many supportive people, who helped me, inspired me, and confirmed to me that I was on the right path.

Now, I would like to use my experience to be this guide for you. How can I help you? Write to me, let’s have a talk, and find out how to start you on your journey.

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