Everyone seems to be doing a different type of challenge. Leanne is doing her 30 day yoga challenge, and Tina is doing her plank challenge. Well, with my wretched foot (my foot injury from five months ago turned out to be a cyst that had to be injected, which hasn’t helped so far) my exercise is cut down, including my yoga ability and planks. So, instead, I’ve decided to challenge myself to re-visit this wonderful project; my blog! So, I am creating a challenge for myself to blog every day. Yay!
Life has been quite the adventure in the past few weeks. My gastro problems are finally starting to clear through the super strict Candida diet combined with 22 pills a day, as well as meditation and self-love. My foot has been a nightmare, but it could be worse. It’s led to a lot of beautiful bike rides with my love, which is a great way to work out and get fresh, beautiful air!
In the biggest news, I’ve decided that, while software development seemed like the perfect solution for me on paper, it’s just not for me. It’s interesting, but it just doesn’t make my heart happy to spend all my time on a computer, nor does it really use my strengths in any way. After a lot of soul searching, I’ve decided to withdraw from the Masters Program, and instead follow my heart, which has always been leading me towards helping people. So, I’ve decided to become a life coach, and hope to start a masters in Psychology in the coming year! This decision took a lot of thought and soul searching, but I can’t tell you how amazing it is to finally feel like I’m in my power, and making the best choices for me, my heart and soul, and by extension for Anthony and my family. I am so excited to start on this journey, and hope you all come along with me!
As of tomorrow, I’ll also start posting my food on the blog again from the day before. Not only was this such a helpful tool for me to stay honest, but as a Candida/Paleo girl, I always appreciate inspiration from others blogs, and so want to create my own!