About Joules

Joules Evans is a Martha Beck trained Wayfinder life coach. 

She empowers women to step up and be the main character/protagonist/Sheri of their own stories. Whether they have lost the plot of their own stories in somebody else’s, are struggling with “writer’s block” with their own, or they just want to craft/live a better story/life. Joules helps them find their voice and craft it, to be the narrator of their own story. A sheroes journey. Flaws and scars and all. The whole package. To live their best lives. To write a story with it. One they would want to read. One worth telling. A beauty mark that they were here and to be the best supporting actress in the lives of those whom they love. In that order, not the reverse or to the exclusion of their own damn stories/lives. Not either or. Both &.


The Grace Project

Joules Evans is the assistant director of The Grace Project. The Grace Project is a series of empowering portraits of women who have gone through breast cancer surgery, baring their scars in front of Grace photographer and founder Charise Isis. Grace is a body image/positivity project/movement. Our mission is to empower women to embrace their post-cancer bodies and their beauty. Our goal is to photograph 800 women (and men get breast cancer too) across the United Stages, as that is the approximate number of new breast cancer diagnoses, every day in our country. To date we have photographed over 600 women (and men). Eventually there will be a jaw-dropping exhibit, illustrating a day in the life of breast cancer in the U.S.


Once Upon a Mane

August 27, 2022

14 years ago today, the day before my “aerodynamic surgery” aka mastectomy aka the amputation of my boobs, in preparation for my chemo “haircut”, I decided it was high time for an epic check mate kinda move & had my goldilocks cut off in an attempt to taper down to … Read more

A Very Sonder Celebration

August 24, 2022

Yesterday was the hubcap’s #Heinz57 birthday. For the next month, he is technically a year older than me & technically my old man. Conveniently, since I am always gonna be one month younger than him, I will never be his “old” lady since we’ve been married since we were 22. … Read more

Typing a Tribute to Jenny Pagliaro “Fast As I Can” ~RIP

April 3, 2019

RIP Jenny Pagliaro. Singer of Roses and Cigarettes. She was only 35. Her song “Fast As I Can” is about living with metastatic breast cancer. She was a sister I didn’t know personally. But I take her death very personally. I’m 53. The same beast that tried to kill me 10 … Read more

The New Phone Books Are Here!

April 2, 2019

[You know that scene in The Jerk where Steve Martin gets stoked over “The new phonebooks are here!” A similar scene went down here today, when I realized that Shaken has 100 reviews on Amazon! This is so very timely not to mention encouragingAF as my sweet Amanda (the best … Read more

Couple Pensees, Two Pennies

April 2, 2019

[My last haiku for my write club’s March Marchness haiku challenge. This has been a total blast and I hope to do it again in June, September, & December to celebrate the seasons this year. We plan to publish an anthology of the best of for each of the seasons … Read more