My last post here

Hello readers,

I wanted to update you on something.

I now have my own website:Β The Positivity Workshop.

I’d love for you to join me over there.

You can follow my blog there, and I’ll be adding some resources on positivity.

It is early days… so please bear with me while I get started! πŸ™‚

In the meantime, I wanted to share something with you.

I have made a lot of changes in my life this year.

I quit the job I hated.

I took the summer off to do whatever the hell I wanted.

I took a course on finding your passion and making a living from it.

And it rocked πŸ™‚

I started blogging.

People said nice things about my blog… which I am still so grateful for.

I went to a conference in another country and met some of my heroes.

I took a life coaching course, and I’ve discovered a side of me I never knew existed.

But here’s what you ALSO need to know about me:

I am nervous a lot of the time.

I can be weak.

I worry about everything.

I’m afraid to speak my mind most of the time.

I procrastinate.

Badly.

I have many so to-do lists that I add toΒ daily, but I barely cross anything off.

I am scared.

I don’t know how things will work out.

I’m considered a bit of a “failure” in my family.

So what I’m saying is…

If I can do it, you most certainly can πŸ™‚

Whatever it is you want to do.

If a terrified, nervous, procrastinating girl can do these things, you most certainly can do things that you never thought were possible.

So good luck.

See you soon.

And let me know how you get on.

Thank you for being with me on this part of my journey πŸ™‚

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The benefits of getting out your comfort zone

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I’ve just got back from five days in Minneapolis, where I attended a conference on simple living.

I had an awesome time there.

I can’t even begin to explain it.

It was maybe one of the best times of my life.

I met so many people that I felt instantly connected to.

I made deep friendships in just a few hours.

(It’s amazing what you can get down to when you take away the “What do you do?”, and other standard conversation topics).

I laughed… I shared… I connected… and I welled up with tears at times.

Plus…

I gained a whole heap of friends from across North America, who share the same mindsets and beliefs, and are just about the most welcoming people anyone could hope to meet.

Phew.

It was possibly one of the most rewarding, fun, humbling, exciting experiences of my life.

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