After the birth of her first child, Lindsay and her family left the Silicon Valley for a little town north of San Luis Obispo on the Central Coast of California. There she embarked on a new adventure on a multi-generational, eco-friendly, 40-acre family homestead. It was there that Lindsay learned she had a love for red tail hawks, windmills, wildflowers and the kind of community where kids flow between families and houses and triumphs and tragedies are shared in the village.
For more than a decade Lindsay experienced mysterious, undiagnosed symptoms. In 2010 she learned that she and her three children had Lyme disease. Now, years after that diagnosis, Lindsay looks back on her Lyme journey with gratitude for all the people in the healing community who put their efforts and love into helping others return to health. It is from this place of service to others who are on a healing journey that the idea for online wellness tracking tools was born.
With her good friend and fellow corporate refugee Aaron Baker by her side, Lindsay conceived of Chronic Tracker:Lyme and then together embarked on the journey of application development and design.
Their goal is to create and provide tools and solutions that assist people on their wellness journey. Their dream is to expand the definition of wellness to include all the factors that are part of a fulfilling life, and to inspire personal and social transformation through increased self-awareness.