I'm so glad you stopped by!

Hey there! My name is Sasha. I’m an author writing under the pen name SK Reid, and the owner of a small video and photography business.

I'm passionate about helping people find purpose, meaning, and reclaim hope especially after experiencing loss, grief, trauma and other difficult life challenges. 


Uncertain Times

We live in uncertain times.

This is something almost everyone knows only too well now. When Covid hit the world, we were not prepared for the chaos that followed. We may live in the New Normal, but the life we once knew will never be the same.

This has created a sense of uncertainty and is a source of underlying stress, tension and anxiety - sometimes just below our conscious awareness.


Ready to Move Beyond Overwhelm?

If you're feeling burnt out, stressed, or anxious - especially since the pandemic - and you're looking to rekindle enthusiasm and hope, I can help you find ways to bring calm, comfort and joy into your life through my courses, books and specially designed products.

Interested in how you can reduce stress and overwhelm in your life? Grab my FREE Six Tips to De-Stress to learn the easy way to de-stress right now!


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My motto? One life! Make yours matter! After all, you only have this one, precious life!

Let's keep in touch!

Check out my blog! I post articles on topics ranging from finding your unique path in life to rebuilding life after loss or trauma and heaps of other things. 

Connect on Instagram at @sk.reid.author or click on the icon on this page. Come and say hi! 

And while we're at it, let's be pen pals! My sign-up form is down below!

I can't wait to see you on the other side!





“The world around us may be uncertain and challenging,

yet peace is possible.

Hope lives here.”


Safe Haven





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“The space in our hearts that comes from being more compassionate towards our fellow sentient beings ultimately engenders in our collective soul a capacity for greater compassion towards other people. This would be the ironic gift awaiting a more compassionate world.”

A Year Of Medical Thinking