About Me

When I turned a half century old  (Aug 2014) I thought there was no better time than now to set out on a new adventure. A better me! My journey of personal development, the journey of me consciously evolving as a person, regularly improving my life mentally; physically and spiritually .

I am an ordinary person, plain Jane wife & mother of 3 wonderful adult children, who passionately believes that if you change your attitude you have the ability to be happy in the moment, even when those moments get rough at times. I’ve always enjoyed making others feel good, just something small like a smile to a stranger who looked like they needed one, a pleasant hello or a hug  just because.

It’s amazing how making others feel good can make such a difference to ourselves.

1. I believe having struggles makes us stronger because we begin to overcome and conquer our weakness and begin to make them our strengths.
2. I will use this blog to share my journey with you. I am learning that not all things need to be perfect , nor do all things have to be done my way. Not everything has to have a specific place and that when you let go amazing things begin to happen. Life happens!
3. I love walking and exercising and know that it is a key factor in staying healthy both mentally and physically but I have struggled to keep consistent  with this. I love how I feel when I’m done a walk or completed an exercise routine! It’s getting it done that has always been an issue! Another challenge to follow on my blog!
4. I have battled with depression & anxiety  and I know I’m not alone. This enemy of mine has a way of sneaking up on me at a certain times or when I take on too many task , forget about my exercise routine or things that bring stress to my life. I know I am not alone on this one! Balancing, another challenge. I have been fortunate enough to have found a happy medium that keeps my life simple.  The only medication needed is to live simply, be kind, laugh often, get outdoors , get your exercise in and stop eating crap.

  If you’re always racing to the next moment, what happens to the one you’re in? ~Author Unknown

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