My true test…living an authentic life

Hello Beautiful,

The true test that I made the right discussion to resign from my corporate job was the feeling I had this morning when I had to come into work this morning. If I had to describe the feeling I would describe it as feeling artificial or not being my most authentic me.  In my head and heart I have already started down the path of utter self-employment.  Living a life filled with joy and purpose.

Upon arriving to work (!my last week!) I greeted a co-worker with a warm smile asking them how they are doing. In return she said with a scowl “another Monday”.  What a shame that she does not know that we can all live our truth. If this dyslexic girl can do it, so can you. Most of us have dreams and desires but are just too afraid to live them.  We play in safe in hopes to retire as early as we can. But to retire to do what?  What do you imagine your life to be after retirement?  And what if you enjoyed what you do every day and do not want to retire. Retirement to me means leaving something I do want to do.  Why do we live life day after day doing something we do not want to do?

I would love to hear about your dream life.  I would love to discuss with you how obtainable they are for you.  Write me or email me privately to chat.

I did it!

I did it! I have resigned from my safe corporate job and will be putting all my time and energy in to my business.  I am pursuing my dream because the purpose of life is to experience joy. This is one of the scariest and exciting life discussion that I have ever made.  Believing in myself feels bold and powerful.

It was way too easy to stay in my safe corporate job, but I was living half my dream. Two years ago I started working toward my dreams which includes living a comfortable life, doing want I want, when I want and having what I desire along the way.

In the beginning it was difficult to stop asking for permission. I had spent most my life asking other’s opinions about what is best for me, but now it feels so good to trust myself to make the best discussions in my life. Remember no one other than you knows what is best for you than you.

I opened Yoga Gallery & Wellness 10 months ago, which was a feat in itself. I also launched my digital magazine 10 days ago. Woo hoo! I started this journey by eliminating limiting believes about myself.  This a certainly a on going process.  Life is not a straight line.  I have had many curve balls thrown at me.  I take each curve balls as learning experience.  I truly do.  I know it sounds cliché, but life is all about mindset and turning negative experiences into positive learning moments.  Understanding that these contrasts are absolutely necessary to build you as an individual.  They make you a sturdier, deeper person.  I have also learned that there is no limit of evaluable abundance.  The “pie” just keeps getting bigger.