In 2016 she exchanged the guitar for the ukulele. However the combinatian of working as a teacher and working as a muscian, the struggle with motherhood and all the other activities became too much. In October 2017 she was diagnosed with a burnout.
The burnout forces Noanna to make strict choices. She decides to follow her heart and chooses fully for her music. Going to New Zealand accelerated her recovery. Noanna regains the joy in writing and singing. In New Zealand she writes the song “Trampoline”. The inspiration keeps coming and Noanna writes a lot of songs that are ready to be shared with the world.
With her music Noanna wants to bring joy into this world. In addition, she hopes that people will find recognition in the lyrics. She wants to encourage listeners and sings about topics such as self-condemnation and perfectionism. She wants to and how important unconditional (self) love is to tackle these kinds of problems. Noanna wants to share her skills with others and gives also singing lessons . In addition to private lessons, she also gives workshops to groups and (black gospel) choirs.