Hey, you all—what is up? I know that I have not talked about my personal life a lot lately, but I thought that I would dive right in and share what is going on. Everyone who knows me well enough, knows that I love traveling SO MUCH. I literally could do it nearly every single day if I could, and I would be the happiest woman alive. Which brings me to today’s article topic—traveling full time. So how will I do that? First, I have it set up that I will purchase either a fully loaded RV, or Van transformed into a house, and start traveling all across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. I know I am crazy, right. Well, you only live once, and I want to spend it doing what I feel I am called to do, while still pursuing my passions. I love meeting new people, and experiencing other cultures, so I thought, why not bring my home on the road? I want to start in the western side of the globe first, and then move worldwide and travel.
Hey everyone—have you ever had a life transition that was so big, but felt like it was drawing itself out so much, you thought it would never end—this is where I am right now. I know that my life is at the brink of new beginnings with getting married in the next few weeks—insert transitions and big changes. My life is already starting to change with doing big girl things like looking into houses to purchase, and taking my career seriously, amongst other things. It has been a crazy but very rewarding season of transition, because I have learned so much. I know that my “singleness” season will be permanently over soon, and it kind of freaks me out and excites me at the same time.
Hey everyone—it is officially summer time! If you are anything like me, you are sadly unprepared for the summer time when it comes to going to the beach or the pool. I live about three miles from the beach and I still do not even have my beach body ready, if I am completely honest. The winter completely wrecked me with my health as far as being able to work out. I know it is no excuse, but it was to the point where I could hardly do much without a ton of pain. Thank goodness—now that it is summer time—I am feeling much better and almost completely pain free!
In my last article, I wrote about how I took some time off working to refocus and become more aware of what I am passionate about—I took a plunge into the freelance and business world, become bold and confident in the skills that I have had time to develop. In that time, I noticed that I developed the mentality of having to work constantly to keep momentum, but honestly, that is not actually true. When you continuously work, you set yourself up for the ultra hustler mentality where you feel that if you stop working for even a few hours, everything will crash and burn. I am here to tell you that is not true—we all need rest—whether it is a few hours a day or just once a week.
Hey everyone—I know it has been a few months since I have written an article, it has just been so hectic my way the last several months, but now I want to come back with new and fresh content for you all!
When life brings you to the ultimate point of choosing whether it is time to give up or keep pushing forward, despite opposing obstacles—it can be hard to choose between the two. Lately it is as if my life is opposite of what I thought it would be—it seems like I am working harder than I have before, yet not seeing any fruits of my labor. How can that be, when I work so hard? Something that I have learned along my journey of life is that it sometimes—and even in most cases—it takes years of hard work to see the fruit of the seeds that you planted. Like a business, for example—realistically, it will take about five years of hard work and dedication to see consistent income, before you are truly off the ground. The same goes for our private lives—be it personally, relationally or career wise—it will take a little while before you see the fruit of your labor.