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I'm Tiffany C. Hammer and I believe in the transformative power of authenticity. I utilize skills of reasoning, intuition, and multi-faceted emotional intelligence to connect and "read between the lines." Everything around us affects us on some level--I'm here to help you make sense of it and traverse the world more confidently with just the right amount of magic.

On my own journey, I choose to pursue what makes me happy and to evolve into a brighter, sparklier person daily. 

One of the best lessons I have learned is to listen to your intuition and go with what that Truth is telling you. When we connect to our place of authenticity, we connect to our Hearts and Soul, which eases the mind and clear stagnation. Simply, we make progress! I walk my talk--I won't ask you to do anything I wouldn't challenge myself to attempt. And, I always encourage my clients to Do Their Best. There's no reason to ever make yourself small--you are Divine, and it's time your home and life reflect your Inner Light and Higher Self.

 We all have our own journeys and no matter their size, there is always room for you to be your own hero. 

I have made it my mission in life to help others be happy.

Through living around the world and insatiable curiosity about sacred wisdom and history, I have always loved how people tell their stories. We have capacity to connect and learn from the past, and integrate these experiences to be in alignment with our Highest Self. I see the opportunity to use this knowledge as an Empathic Master Coach, Crystal Sage, and Intuitive Interior Designer.

I am here to cultivate the good vibes and bring in the sparkle.


Interior Design, New York Institute of Art and Design

Master Transformational Life Coach, Seattle Life Coach Training

Certified Crystal Healing, Hibiscus Moon Crystal Academy

Post-Baccalaureate in Latin, CUNY

Bachelor of Arts with Departmental Honors in History and Spanish, Seattle University

Published: "The Second Wives' Club: Second Wives to Kings in Medieval England," Seattle University, 2007

"Is Margaret of France Just a Trophy Wife?" Phi Alpha Theta, 2007