Highs & Lows: July edition

Morning beautiful souls,

It’s been apparent that I’ve been rather absent in my blog posting. I send my dearest apologies for the lack of sharing. Upon graduating from my program, I took a decline in my health and had to deal with a few issues. Fortunately, taking the time to deal with them, nurture myself and bring myself back with a positive energy was the best thing I could have done.

Some updates:

  1. I’m moving! I found a beautiful and quaint apartment for myself and my adorable tabby and we couldn’t be happier to find a space that is ours.
  2. This summer is all about studying health and wellness: I will be very committed to learning new and innovating ways to boost a positive, healthy lifestyle – including mindfulness, clean eating, aromatherapy and exercise.
  3. I will be networking with local wellness centers here in Halifax to potentially collaborate on approaches and techniques to share with you on being your best self.

There’s so much to be grateful for when we experience turmoil. It helps us persevere through any obstacles and shows our strong character. I’m not one to show regret, because the things that occur in my life do for a reason – to allow me to grow from every situation I am in and help me see who I am truly meant to be. Even though we are plagued by multiple bad days, those days do not define us – but give us the opportunity to show the world we are stronger than our worst experiences and that we can come out a bigger and better individual.

I am also grateful for the magical people I have in my life who have stood by me, and supported me through this rough patch. They’ve taken me into their homes and truly have shown my genuine kindness. How could anyone believe the world is more hateful than kind when you have such love floating around you constantly? 

I’m truly excited for what the future will bring. For the first time in a while, I woke up with positive vibes and radiant energy that I feel I can take on the world. I knew that it would only be a matter of time that I got back to being myself. The trick is to believe the sun will break through the dark clouds. Because it will.




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