There are three constants in our lives: birth, death, and 24 hour days. We’re here to help you make the most of your life and its limited time.
The reality of life is we’re often pulled in too many directions to slow down and just be in the moment. We wear ourselves too thin, always exhausted and stressed out about what else needs to get accomplished. But PURSUIT is here to change that.
Our sole purpose is to be your secret weapon by helping you reach personal and professional success. We provide support through personal assistance and vitality through lifestyle management. We take the energy suckers off your plate and replace them with things that will make your soul happy.
We believe awesome people like you are important. People with big ideas, working to make them a reality. You and your team deserve the right support so you can focus on what’s most important. We care deeply about your success and, more importantly, your overall happiness.
In 2013, Sondra moved to Seattle to start a career in real estate and try her hand in event design and coordination as a creative pursuit. It was in these industries where she discovered just how overworked so many professionals are.
Working closely with first-time homeowners and newlyweds, she noticed that despite recognizing these events as monumental in their young adult lives, her clients hardly had time to devote to such fun adventures. She saw an opportunity to significantly improve the lives of others by offering pragmatic support. Concerned that there was too little time for such large events, small meaningful moments were likely being missed all because of their ever-looming to-do list.
Already acting as a beacon of resources and having built a reliable network of service providers, she launched Pursuit of Seattle to help busy people find peace of mind. She does so by connecting those in need with those who can provide and creating unique experiences with just the right dose of self-care.
You can learn more about her and her personal journey as a business owner and happyseeker on her blog.