Someone asked me the other day how I was doing with the quarantine.
There are a couple of the obvious adjustments where we needed to pivot (school, not seeing family and friends, and gearing up with gloves and masks when grocery shopping).
We made some major life changes over the last three years that have thankfully prepared us to be able to pivot so quickly and almost seamlessly.
This isn’t to say there aren’t challenges.
Joey and I are picking on each other more. He tries to push my buttons:)
I crave for silence and that's hard to come by until late at night.
The bathroom isn’t even safe without someone barging in or banging on the door!
But these are all gifts too.
I set out three years ago to create the life that I wanted.
To be able to be present with my family.
To slow down.
To literally cherish every moment on this earth.
To have the backyard I’ve always wanted. My sanctuary.
To live by my own rules.
To have balance and simplicity
Once I set my intentions out into the universe, little by little things started falling in place on purpose and by accident or the powers that be depending on what you believe.
If anything, these last three years have taught me how to thrive in challenging situations, even in these times.
Thriving is different for everyone.
For me, it’s for the reasons mentioned above.
Creating a life in balance is not an easy task. It needs to be nourished every single day.
Much like tending to the soil in my backyard. It’s a work in progress.
But it needs to start with a clear vision of what you want for your life.
If you need help in creating that, shoot me a message and let’s have that conversation.
Nourish your purpose now,