Sally Blue

I’m a passionate coach and consultant for life and work transitions because I believe in the inherent creativity (and yes joy!) in the hard stuff. I’m a single mom to a pretty amazing middle schooler. We have a black-and-white cat named Peaches and a dwarf hamster named Bluedini, because he escapes like Houdini. I’ve got an incredible squad of friends who support and push me, a loving family, and a weakness for Tex-Mex enchiladas and Murder, She Wrote. I run; I do yoga. I like to hike and travel. I believe in a holistic approach to life and in the power of social impact and giving back. I’m learning to enjoy musicals, use a slow cooker, and nap. Find me at or
5 Ways to Stay Engaged

5 Ways to Stay Engaged (& Healthy!) in 2021

Now that 2021 has arrived - as one meme put it, it's looking a lot like 2020, only with bangs - many of us are wondering how to keep up. We see the divisiveness...

The end of slavery in Texas matters more than ever – Juneteenth

Juneteenth is a celebration of freedom - but a freedom delayed.  “I belong to myself now.” Harriet, freed woman, 1865 While many of us take the signing of the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation for granted as the...

6 tips for teaching kids resilience

Parenting and resilience. Two words that feel more important now than ever. What does it mean to teach resilience, when the rug of normal has been pulled out from underneath us? There are global...

5 Ways You Can Help Austin From the Comfort of your Quarantine

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5 Things Every Austinite Should Know About Black History

As this month comes to a close, it’s a great time to remember Black History is so much more than 28 days or one checkbox on our to do list. Understanding and appreciating the...

Meet Sally Blue :: Small Business Owner + Middle School Mama

Becoming a mom was one of the biggest transitions of my life. My understanding of priorities, my ability to function with low low reserves, my tolerance for the grossest of bodily functions – so...