The first Thanksgiving then Christmas season after my mom passed away I was torn, part of me wanted to pack up the family and head to the Caribbean and pretend none of it was happening and the rest of me wanted to create an idyllic celebration in her honor. In the 12 Christmases we’ve had…

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Sacred Hellos Book

I’m so proud to present my new book, Sacred Hellos – Messages from Heaven. This 123-page book features over 23 full-size pages of my artwork that are full color and infused with meaning and symbolism.  Who did I write this book for? This book is for those who are grieving, those who have received signs,…

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Noelle Rollins and Leonie Dawson artist zoom call

This past week I had the honor of doing a zoom call with Leonie Dawson. Leonie is a writer, artist, business coach out of Australia. On our call, we talked about my book, learning to trust our intuition, and knowing when it’s the right time to make a pivot in life or business. Plus some…

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red cardinal looking at me

In this 3 minute video, I share my tips on how to talk about signs (messages from heaven) with others. When to back off and not bring it up again, what to do if they don’t believe you, tips for learning to trust those signs.     Signs from above, from Heaven, from spirit.. whichever…

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Sacred Hellos pre-sale launch image

Recently I hosted a live video session on Facebook to celebrate the pre-sale launch of my new book, Sacred Hellos – Messages from Heaven. I read a chapter of my upcoming book aloud and shared behind the scenes details of how the book came to be, a few of the chapters, and talked about the…

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Hello all, I recorded a video that is just a few minutes long. It lays out why I’m in beautiful Asheville and what my plans are coming up to share with you during these coming weeks of quarantines and people off school. During the video I ask you a question, I’m looking for ideas. I’d…

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Grandpa with portrait remembrance

Through the years I’ve shared bits about my Grandpa Franklin.  He was a medic during WWII, a sports fanatic, a junior high counselor, a teacher, and a story teller. He’s been there for all of my 42 years. I never imagined the gift I’d be given of being able to honor him during his transition…

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superpower that comes while grieving

In the depths of that hardest part of deep grief, there is also a grieving superpower that often reveals itself. I was talking with a friend last month as the one year anniversary of her husband’s passing was approaching, “Noelle, I feel like I’m in a freaking movie, like it can’t be real. All the…

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coffee mug at grave

I had another article published this past week, add it to the list of topics I wish I knew nothing about: surviving the holidays after losing a parent. It’s been almost 11 years and yet I’m feeling a bit like a 41 year old orphan during the holidays still. Even with a husband, kids, siblings,…

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