I’ve been struggling to talk about my hair loss in a blog post.
Over the past 6 months, I’ve instead chose to document my thoughts on Instagram.
Here are those updates:
I’ve been so hyper focussed on work lately that I haven’t been blogging. Not that I haven’t been creating content. For my business, I’ve been spending a lot of time being visible as a podcast guest, speaker, and blogger. It’s been tons of fun! Oh and in the past year I have not only started
I struggle with staying fit. It’s not something that I’ve ever been good at. Previous to now, my young body and natural daily movements kept me at a nice 115 lbs. I actually believed that I was just going to be skinny like that my whole life. Enter a sedentary job and getting older. I
A few weeks ago, I took an entire week off from work. No emails. No client calls. No work. One week of dedicated to “me time.” Why? Because I hadn’t stepped away from my business in over 3 years. Every trip that I’ve taken has been a working trip. Every holiday has been partially spent
I recently decided to turn off as many notifications on my phone as possible. In this video, I talk about why I chose to do that and the effects it’s had on my every day life.
I used to be a cat person. It’s not that I hated dogs, per se. It’s just that I just never had an experience with dogs that was positive. When I was around the age of 8 or 9, I remember being terrified of a neighbour’s dog. He was big and loud and would run
We managed to sneak in another last minute vacation last November to sunny Puerto Plata, Domincan Republic. The timing wasn’t 100% perfect as I still had tons of work to do but what’s the point of having all this freedom to “work from anywhere” if I don’t use it?
It’s that time of year where I write down a my goals and hold myself accountable to those goals. This year, I’ve struggled a bit with them and I think it’s because I have an unreasonably high expectation that I’ll be able to do all the things. So I’ve ditched my traditional yearly to do
Another year has come and gone. And boy, was it an interesting one! Last year, I managed to share my 2017 goals here on the blog, so it only makes sense to take a look back on those goals and see how I did. I’ve broken things up into sections below with a few of
I really enjoyed Christmas this year. We decorated the house, sang carols, had the in-laws over for dinner, played with the pups, and over spent time sharing the love. Merry Christmas, from my home to yours🎄
Earlier this year I set out on a mission to learn how to crochet again. Back when I was like 10, my mom put my sister and I in crochet lessons at the local craft store. Back then, all I remember making was a square (lol – pot holder maybe?). My way craftier sister made
I’ve lived in Canada for almost 4 years now and I have yet to see a “white Christmas.” Snow seems to show up right after the new year and stick around for until April. What kind of madness is that?!? It’s like having snow for the worst part of the year. Anyways, it looks like
I’m a bit behind on blog posts this month so here’s my attempt to catch up! Earlier this year, I mentioned that I probably wouldn’t go to another music festival… but I couldn’t stay away! When my lovely friend Karley asked if I wanted to go to EDC with them again this year, I simply
I use to refer to myself as an “extroverted introvert” because I truly enjoy hanging out with people I like. It’s fun and I look forward to it. I always assumed that introverts were loners and shut-ins who couldn’t handle socializing. I absolutely did not want to be associated with a recluse type personality. For
I’m sooo over birthdays. Birthday parties, that is. Over the past few years, I’ve attempted to put together a gathering (both the casual and the formal variety) with friends for my birthday and it just doesn’t work out. I’m chalking it up to just getting old. The last birthday party I’ll throw is for my 30th. But
Back in January of this year, I had my highest monthly income to date. Business was booming. I was eating healthily, exercising, and doing all of what I thought were the right things. There was just one problem. I was miserable. Selfishly, unexplainably miserable. To the outside world, I suppose my life looked ideal. No
When I first heard of meditation, I had visions of noble looking monks dressed in all white with their bald heads bowed in the reverence of silence. It’s the silence part that terrified me. Why? Because my brain is a loud place that takes advantage of any moments of silence to bring up past mistakes,
On August 2nd, 2017 my grandpa passed away. What was supposed to be a routine procedure turned into a coma that he could not recover from.
While living in 2017 can seem super dramatic (hello politics), I’m absolutely in love with the age of technology. While I’m on a huge mission to completely detach from my phone on the weekends, during the week, my phone is pretty much attached to my hip… er, hand. I’m all for downloading any app that will