Every morning I have a ritual – no matter how early I get up (well, anything 4:30 AM onwards) I start to give thanks for everything that I have. I go over everything I can think of that I am grateful for in that bunch of minutes, even if I repeat it over and over… Continue reading A week of morning gratitude
We are only 9 days into 2020 and something big shifted for me already. The desire and drive to move my life into a different direction really pushed me a few days into 2020 and it was something I couldn’t deny. Ever since my (spiritual) awakening, I have had this yearning to do so much… Continue reading My Shift in 2020
As much as I love the breaks such as Christmas when I get to actually spend time with the kids for more than a full day, it also bring me extreme anxiety because I know that I am going to have to figure out what to do with them every day for more than a… Continue reading A day with the kids at GLOW Indoor Light Festival
For the past 6 years, I have compared myself to my old modelling photos from 15 years ago. No, I was never really a model but I tried to be. Back when I was young, I was thin and fit. My Mom was always super skinny until she got older and the same with me… Continue reading Embracing my rolls; no more regrets.
I posted a while ago, about how when doors open, it is our responsibility to look into ourselves for an answer. Our intuition works wonders for us and it's there to help us, especially when it comes to decisions based upon our life choices and the roads best for us to go down. But there… Continue reading How sharing a piece of you can impact others stories, too.
Depression; it is a killer. It takes away people’s lives, passions, desire, dreams, hope, happiness, love and all the other great things. It slows us down and stops us from doing a lot. Some people can have their happy moments and some who are in a constant state of depression and each of us deals… Continue reading My story: My depression and alcoholism (in short)
If each person could count on all of their fingers where they had to make decisions, we'd be a massive, hundred foot rolling balls of fingers. I think anyone over the age of 30 would be. Decision are a part of life and a part of everything you do. Do you do the laundry today?Do… Continue reading You decide on the direction of your own life.