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Daily meditation and self-care guide – Blogmas day 3

December 6, 2017

Hello my lovelies,

You’ve already been reading a lot more from me than you usually do, and I truly hope that you’re enjoying it. Deciding to go through with 12 days of Blogmas is a big deal for me, especially as I’ve been going through somewhat of a transitional period.

Transitional periods can be really tough. At the moment, I am unable to legally start working, nor can I get my driver’s license, and I am not the first person to have to deal with this. Moving to the USA on a fiance visa is a lengthy process that can leave almost anybody feeling a little bit floaty and lost. The way I try to keep myself from spiraling into anxiety or sadness is simply by taking the time out of my (very free) day to nourish my body and soul with a bit of meditation and self-care. Thus, I’m here to share this special slice of my day with you, in hopes that it will inspire you to take some time to yourself today.


Meditation was a completely foreign concept to me a few years back, but ever since my best friend introduced me to an app called Insight Timer, I’ve fully hopped on the meditation bandwagon. Insight timer is a free app that’s packed with free guided meditations (p.s. I’m not being paid to say any of this, although I wish I was – insight timer, hit me up). You can select the length of the meditation you’re looking for, and then pick something that looks good. I’m rarely disappointed by guided meditations on there, but there are also user ratings so you can feel free to check those out. At the moment I aim for anywhere between 20 and 30 minutes, but to be fair, at the start I couldn’t sit still for more than 5 minutes, so take your time.


I know that so many people have either a love-hate relationship with incense, or they just straight up hate it. I am not either of those people, because the smell of incense is incredibly calming for me. It feels like I have almost trained my brain to go into “relax mode” whenever I light it, simply because it is always present in my meditation practice. Lighting incense a few minutes before I do anything sets a calming vibe in the room that gets me into the right mindset.

A cup of tea and a snack


After I’m done with my meditation, I like to take some time to have a cup of tea and have a nice snack. Calming, non-caffeinated teas like chamomile are always my go-to, and my current snack obsession is salted and roasted almonds, coconut chips, and dark chocolate chips. Almonds and coconut contain fiber, protein, healthy fats, and so many other goodies – and we all know the benefits of dark chocolate! I like to make sure that this mid-day snack is nourishing to my body and doesn’t weigh me down. As I slowly finish up my snack, I usually hop back on my lap top and get back to writing, fully energized and full of concentration.


Do you take some time in the day for yourself? Are there any rituals you have?

Let me know in the comments below!

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I am never going on a diet again

October 18, 2017

Dear diet industry,

We need to break up. It’s not me, it’s you. Your vile actions have made me feel like I’ve been at fault for the past twenty years. Like I’ve been born into a body that doesn’t deserve the equivalent of a thinner one. You’ve deceived me into spending years of my life thinking I needed to change, and you made so much money off of me attempting to do so.

It started with my chubby seven year old self. I remember so clearly that I looked in the mirror, tugged at the chub on my belly, and thought to myself “this is going to be me for the rest of my life, I’m always going to be fat”. I didn’t think this in a negative manner, it was a very “matter of fact” moment. I should have listened to little Srna back then, but instead I started dieting by age nine. By dieting what I mean is that I wouldn’t eat for a whole day, and then would proceed to binge all the food I could stuff into my little belly at night. I was nine, and that’s f***ed up.
For the next 10 years every doctor I went to, for any sort of medical reason, prescribed me a diet. My parents were so encouraging and cooked my bland meals for me so that I could maybe somehow succeed and be thin like I was supposed to. Why was I supposed to be thin? Was I sick? Nope. I was just obviously supposed to be thin because I had been fed the same “thin is beautiful” spiel over and over. The end of every restrictive diet brought on an even bigger period of binging. The more I tried to lose weight, the more I gained back.

I was so miserable at times, that one time in college I even ordered weight loss pills off of the internet. Fast forward to two weeks later and my hair falling out in clumps, I threw those away and continued to seek another diet. I was really just looking for any possible way I could lose weight.

After college I discovered ketosis, which made me drop weight like a madwoman. I lost 75lbs and looked thinner than I ever had before in my life. I was on keto for a year – a year of no friends, no carbs, no socializing, and getting joy solely out of weighing myself and seeing the numbers drop. I started taking and posting pictures of myself on social media. “Look at me world, I finally cracked the code – I am losing weight”, I would think. In this year, my parents spent an absurd amount of money on diet foods and nutritionists. Anything for health, they’d say. But really, it was “anything to look good”, and I fueled that fire daily. Even at my thinnest though, I felt like I had so much more to lose and I felt as if I didn’t sacrifice my life to a diet I would be throwing it all away. Never to be good enough when I was SO CLOSE. Keto is the most restrictive diet I had ever found, and it made me feel so good that I was FANTASTIC at restricting. Restricting is so hard, and I knew that the only way I could fully do it was in what seemed like solitary confinement. Spring rolled around and I decided to drop keto and enjoy the lovely Belgium with some of the most incredible friends. After not eating carbs for over a year, you best bet that I had a taste (or 100) of everything that I had been missing.

Let me bring you a year ahead, diet industry – I have gained 30 of those 75lbs back and I am HAPPY. I now realize that all of this time I have kept gaining because I have kept dieting. I am now learning to embrace my body for what it is, and to accept it for all it becomes. You may think to yourself, aren’t you scared of getting really fat again? My answer to you is a very honest no. If I do gain weight, that’s alright because I have so much more to offer the world than missing social events because there will be carbs or alcohol there. Does this mean I’m going to stop taking care of my body? Absolutely not!!! I freaking love my body, and I’ve been relearning my approach to food. Healthy food is delicious, and so is pizza. If I want to have pizza, I will get my phone and order it, and that’s totally okay. I have to say though, now that I have stopped restricting food, and now that no foods are on my naughty list anymore, I’m able to have such a healthier relationship with ALL food. My diet is more varied and balanced than ever. I’ll have my pasta, and an extra helping of broccoli because I love that stuff. I’ll eat my morning avocado toast, have my coffee with soy creamer, and enjoy having a glass or wine with friends. I’ll stretch, do yoga, ride my bike, and do all the activities my heart desires – not to lose weight, but to be active and strong.

And my body? Well, I actually learned to love my body a while back, but for some reason I felt like I had to hop on the next diet fad as soon as I heard about it. I have a fantastic husband that also loves and appreciates my body, and that in itself has taught me to embrace my curvy stature even more.

This is my official break up letter, diet industry.

Never yours again,



P.S. Now that I’m out of that letter and can actually address all of my readers instead of the diet industry, I just want you to know that it’s okay. It’s all going to be okay. I come from a part of the world where weight is the most discussed topic in day-to-day life, and I’m sure if this blog post makes it there it will be the greatest taboo ever. I embrace this fact, and I encourage more of you to embrace the body positivity movement. Your body is enough the way that it is, and you don’t have to wait until you lose those last 5, 10, 30, or 50 lbs or kilos. You have so much more to offer to the world than feeding into the diet and binge cycle that has been terrifyingly normalized.

I’mma take my curves and go, and I hope you do the same.

Forever yours,

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August Favorites: Best Month Ever

August 30, 2017

As you may have noticed, I don’t do “favorites” posts very often. The reason for this is because I don’t want to fill my blog up with fluff. If I’ve written something, it either means a lot to me, or I want you to find it. Having said that, welcome to my August 2017 favorites! This month has been the craziest, most beautiful and eventful life in my life. I’ve compiled events and products for you that have enhanced my days in one way or another. Enjoy!

1. Moving overseas

Yeah, that happened THIS MONTH. I packed all of my bags and moved from Brussels, Belgium to La Crosse, Wisconsin. It has seriously been such a whirlwind. Everything from the flight, to running into my (then) fiancé’s arms, to driving and settling into our new apartment. I’ve never had a such a drastic change in scenery when it comes to new stages of life. I’ve loved every second of exploring this lovely little city, and I’ve met some really incredible people this month.

2. Getting married 

Hey, I told you that this has been quite the busy month! I got married to my best friend, and boyfriend of over four years. I’m actually not going to go on much about this, as there is an entire blog post dedicated to it. If you’d like to read about our wedding day, click here!

3. Beauty

It Cosmetics CC+ Illumination: I’ve been hearing incredible things about the IT Cosmetics CC+ cream, but when I went to Ulta to grab it, I realized that there was the Illumination option. This is now my daily foundation! It’s light, provides incredible SPF, and gives me the most gorgeous glowy and dewy finish. My skin seriously looks incredible after applying this baby! My one concern is that the shade in this photo is the second lightest shade in the range, and it is already a little too dark for my pale face. Beware!

Urban Decay Chill Setting Spray: The day before my wedding I realized that I had gotten everything I need to do my bridal makeup EXCEPT setting spray. I quickly ran to Sephora and asked one of the amazing ladies at the counter to help me out. I suffer from eczema and very dry skin, and this Setting Spray covered all of my concerns. It kept my bridal makeup on my face all day, and did NOT make my skin look dried out. It also happens to have one of the most satisfying mists, which is a blessing when it comes to setting sprays because you do NOT want your makeup to run down your face when you spray it.

Maybeline Instant Age Rewind Concealer: This is the only concealer that I have repurchased countless time, and it always does the job brilliantly. I hate the packaging, I love the product, and would recommend this to anyone looking for a heavy-duty, non-drying, high-coverage concealed.

Tarte Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Blush: I received this blush as a birthday perk from Sephora, and I’m absolutely smitten. The shade I have is called “party” and it’s the beautiful muted mauve that you see below. I wore this blush on my wedding day, and I now find myself reaching for it whenever I do my makeup. The consistency, pigmentation, and staying power – all absolutely incredible.

Anastasia Brow Wiz: Such a classic brow pencil, but can you believe that I had never tried it before? Just like everybody else, my life has been forever changed. It’s extremely precise, and takes a little bit of getting used to, but with time you can create anything from a sleek and clean brow look, to a Cara Delevingne lioness brow.



4. Instax Mini 8

My brother, and sister in law gifted us this adorable little Polaroid Camera, and we’ve gotten insane amounts of use out of it already. We took tons of photos at our wedding with all of our friends, and I find it very handy when it comes to my daily journaling. I had always wanted a polaroid camera, but never looked into getting one, so I guess the stars aligned. If you’re thinking about snagging one for yourself, DO IT!

5. Home

Life with Dylan is such a joy. We spend our days exploring downtown, or snuggling on our couch and watching shows. I have an apartment tour coming soon, but for now here are some of my favorite little bits that somehow made it into our new home. The first is a Mr & Mrs decoration from our wedding that is now hanging in our living room. I’m such a fan of the sparkles, and I couldn’t let it go!

The other thing is a frame that I turned into a galaxy frame with the help of a few water color markers. It holds two photos of me and Dylan, and graces our living room shelves each day!


I hope you enjoyed this look into my crazy exciting month! Is there anything on here that caught your eye? Do you have any recommendations (of any sort) for me? Please let me know in the comments below!


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Moving across the world for love

August 9, 2017

Imagine that you wake up one morning and you know that by the end of that day, nothing will ever really be the same again. That was me on Saturday morning, the 5th of August. I woke up in my giant bed in Brussels, in my cozy bedroom, for the last time ever. With a heart full of excitement and a bit of flight anxiety, I got up and got ready to move myself and all of my stuff to Wisconsin, USA to be with my fiancé. If you follow me on twitter, or if you follow this blog, you’ll know that my fiancé Dylan and I have been together for more than four years. The majority of our relationship has been long-distance, so finally being able to close that gap forever was huge for us. It was an exciting morning, to say the least.

I hopped on my first flight, and to my surprise, I was bumped up into a first class seat. My stomach was in knots as I was imagining what the flight from Brussels to Iceland would be like. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not afraid of the plane falling out of the sky – I just feel VERY uncomfortable during turbulence. There was a man sat next to me, and we happened to be wearing the same shoes (Converse, heck yeah!), so we started to chat. Our conversation ended up lasting for the whole three hours of the flight which I am so grateful for because he kept me very calm. The landing was a bit bumpy, but I made it out without any tears. Rip a lesson out of my book, always ask for help when you’re scared – you might end up making a new friend!

Iceland was pretty cool, but I was too freaked out from the shakey landing to take any photos. There were volcanoes and steam coming out of the ground, and I was humming some Sigur Rós while I made my way to my next gate. Knowing that only 6 more hours of flying stood between me and Dylan was enough to keep me calm. The next flight wasn’t as eventful but we did fly over Greenland which was INCREDIBLE. Never in my life have I witnessed anything as cool as the view from my airplane window, just look at these completely unedited iPhone photos!

Upon landing in the USA, I got through immigration very quickly. I waited until Dylan and his mom parked their car and came to grab me and my bags from my gate. Something that neither Dylan or I expected, is that seeing each other doesn’t feel like we haven’t been together in months. It just feel calm, right, and comfortable. We hugged, and kissed, and I tried my best to stay awake as much as I could after being up for 24 hours. Dylan’s mom treated us to a quick dinner on the road (thank you!!!), and then we proceeded to drive for hours until we finally made it to our new little home in La Crosse, Wisconsin.



Dylan and I, seeing each other at the airport.

The past few days here have been really lovely. We stocked our pantry, made our home as cozy as we could in a day or two, and got some much-needed family time at Dylan’s sister’s house for dinner! I’m just getting settled into the new place, but once everything simmers down, I’ll be back to posting regularly on here. For now, I’m getting ready for my 24th birthday on Sunday, my best friend and family visiting next week, AND OUR WEDDING NEXT WEEKEND ON THE 19th.

No big deal, huh? 😉

Stay tuned for that, and a little apartment tour coming soon!




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If We Were Having Coffee..

July 27, 2017

Before I jump into this post, I want to thank Rachel from No Space For Milk for tagging me in her’s. After you’re done having a cup of coffee with me, go and have a one-sided chat with her, on her blog!


If we were having coffee…

I would take you to OR Coffee, my favorite coffee shop in Brussels. We’d have a giggle about the chalkboard sign out front that always has a witty comment doodled on it, and made our way in. As soon as we walk in, we’d go straight to the counter and have a quick look through the menu – even though I often go for the same thing. I’ll ask the awesome girls behind the counter how they’re doing, before blurting out “One soy cappuccino please”. You may go ahead and place your order, and I’ll be happy to pay for the both of us. It’s an honor to hang out with you!


If we were having coffee..

We would sit down at one of the four-person tables on the back wall. I’d swing my backpack on one of the empty chairs and sit down right across from you. I imagine you’d comment something about the cafe and its appearance. My favorite thing about OR Coffee is that it’s cozy, calming, and never too loud (even when it’s crammed).

If we were having coffee..

I would ask you what you like doing in your free time. You would probably tell me what your day job is but I’d push past that and pick your passions apart. Don’t be scared, I would do it in the best way possible. Passionate people inspire my creativity, which gets me excited about life, and thus makes me a pretty chatty and fun person to talk to. If you happen to be a little shy, don’t worry – there’s never any awkward silence with me. I can talk your ear off, if I must, but I’d love it way more if you had things to discuss!


If we were having coffee..

We would talk about books. What’s the best book you’ve ever read? Are books not your thing? You can tell me your favorite song. I would tell you what songs and artists make my arms tingle and my heart beat faster. I’m also a sucker for incredible lyrics, and I could tell you a few of my favorites off the top of my head. But I won’t scare you, I’d really just want to feel out what you’re interested in.

If we were having coffee..

..and there was a person with a dog nearby, I would get up and ask if I could pet the dog. You may join me, or you can wait for me to return. I’ll be a minute.


If we were having coffee…

I would tell you about every place I’ve lived or traveled to. If there are any places you’re keen to hear more about, I’ll happily go on about the incredible memories I’ve gathered from there. I can recommend bookshops, cafes, bars, and hidden little sights – just ask. I would ask you where you’ve traveled before, and if there are any places you’d want to visit next. If you’d ask me the same question, I would tell you all about my dream to road trip through the USA. Sound like a fun one, no?


Until next time,

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Is Instagram making us unhappy?

July 12, 2017


When scrolling through Instagram on any given day, you will easily come across beautiful photos of friends or strangers, depicting themselves as if they are living their best lives. It has been widely discussed and debated online whether or not these views are realistic. Perhaps the most notable argument was that of Essena O’Neill, when she claimed that Instagram doesn’t depict real life. Today I would like to look at the so-called “Instagram Culture” through the eyes of Carl Rogers, a psychologist that lived long before Instagram was a speckle of anybody’s imagination.

Carl’s theory is pretty cool and easy to grasp. He believed that people have an “ideal self”, the kind of person that they wish to be, as well as a “real self”, the person that they are the very moment.  His theory belongs to the field of humanism, which states that as people, we are inherently self-aware, and can shape our personality by constantly striving to reach our fullest potential. Thus, the more similar our ideal and our real self are, the happier and more fulfilled we become. Perhaps the best part of his theory, is that as humans we are born with free-will, and have the mind-capacity to constantly strive to be better. The broader your imagination, the more likely you’ll be to reach the good life.

So, if we were to apply Carl Rogers’ theory to today’s Instagram Culture, wouldn’t imagining ourselves in the best light possible be a positive trait? Shouldn’t it help us become better, happier, and more fulfilled people? And of course, if this is the case, why are people such as Essena O’Neill so unhappy with Instagram’s ability to distort reality?

I believe that Instagram can be an amazing tool for the mind, if used correctly. If you imagine your ideal self, and then feel motivated to push yourself to live your life in such a manner, this will allow you to get closer to happiness. Many people launch successful businesses, portray aesthetically pleasing lifestyles, and create opportunities for themselves through the photographs they post on Instagram. Using Instagram as a visual tool for self-fulfilment is something that I firmly believe in, as it has helped me become more self-confident. On the other hand, if your ideal self doesn’t match up with whatever image you are trying to portray on Instagram, which I believe is the case of Essena O’Neill, you will end up drained and unhappy.

What do you think about Carl Rogers’ theory of self? Do you think that Instagram is good or detrimental to our self-actualizing process?

I would love to hear from you in the comments below!

Until next time,


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Meet my Higher Self (and maybe your Higher Self too!)

June 27, 2017

Sit down and visualize your ideal self. Not your prettiest or fittest self, but your true state of being. The image of you with the highest vibration, that is the most spiritually aligned and vibrant. That is your Higher Self.

I wrote these answers almost two years ago and just found them in an old journal. It baffles me to tell you, but I am so much closer to my Higher Self than ever before. Let me share my answers with you!

What is she like?

  • She is confident, helpful, nourishing, motherly even
  • She wake up early and manages her time in a productive manner
  • She loves, cares, and looks after not only her family, but the community around her
  • She is able to find peace in quiet, rather than finding anxiety and fear in it
  • She thrives off of helping other people reach a state of happiness, joy, or comfort
  • She loves creating warm moments and happy memories

Where does she live?

  • She lives in a house, in a warm, family-driven community
  • She’s about a 20-30 minute drive from a medium-sized city, in a small town on the outskirts of it
  • She lives in the USA

What does she practice?

  • She practices a healthy, mindful lifestyle
  • She takes time in the morning to get in touch with her senses
  • She has a healthy romantic relationship
  • She’s an artist

What does she sound like? What does she feel like?

  • She has a warm, welcoming voice
  • She’s great at hosting friends and strangers alike
  • She’s quiet when she needs to be
  • She’s lighthearted and can take a joke
  • She’s also thick-skinned and can cope with life
  • She feels calm
  • She feels feels like her career pushes her to think critically
  • She feels like the work she does is important, and if it truly impacts even one person, it’s all worth it
  • She feels grief and empathy
  • She doesn’t feel a sense of insecurity
  • She never allows jealousy to get the best of her

How does she think? What is important to her?

  • She thinks about injustice
  • She ponders about the human experience
  • It’s important to her to feel safe and joyous
  • She believes in talking through issues
  • Expression through creativity is important to her

Wha does she do when she’s upset?

  • She talks
  • She writes
  • She cries
  • She is rational

What kinds of people does she surround herself with?

  • People that haven’t given up on their dreams
  • People that are kind and caring
  • People that inspire her to be strong
  • People who believe in her and what she’s capable of
  • People that are willing to work hard
  • People that she can enjoy coffee with
  • People that appreciate the concept of a community

What does she believe in?

  • She believe in love
  • She believes in cheesy traditions, presents, dinners, twinkley lights
  • She believes in the healing power of music
  • She believes in innovation
  • She believes and art and creativity
  • She believes in grief and sadness
  • She believes that life should be enjoyed
  • She believes in feeling passionate about all aspects of life
  • She believes in helping
  • She believes that people can change
  • She believes in herself


If you’re a little bit lost, I urge you to fully immerse yourself in this writing prompt and then put it away in your journal. Reflect back from time to time, and see what you would like to change or alter in your life, in order to become as close to your Higher Self as possible.

All my best,


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Where have I been?

June 6, 2017

Sweet friends, it has been a while and I cannot even describe how excited I am to be back. I mean, I could try. I feel like I confetti cannon that’s about to burst and cover you with colorful pieces of excitement. THAT’S HOW EXCITED I AM TO BE BACK.

It has been a rough couple of months. In March I  traveled from Belgium to Macedonia where I spent about two (difficult) months. I felt suffocated, uninspired, and my eczema was severely acting up. I also started gaining, gaining, and gaining weight. I felt miserable and I couldn’t wait to get back to Brussels. Now that I’m back and things are finally falling back into place, I’m starting to finally feel like myself again. As some of you know, my fiancé Dylan and I began our US visa process in January, and while we’re almost at the interview phase, we have a few more documents to gather before I can call and schedule my appointment. Earlier in March, before my trip to Macedonia, Dylan came to visit me in Brussels which was absolutely incredible. We hadn’t seen each other in a year and a half, and having him here was blissful.

While I’m still as body positive as ever, this past month has been very transitionary for me when it comes to food. I went from strict ketosis (low carb high fat) , to basically eating a plant-based diet (high carb low fat). Ketosis did wonders for my weight loss, but my body is rebelling through eczema, so I decided to listen to it. I’ve lately felt like I need a break from both meat and dairy, and that’s what I’m doing. I’m eating a lot of fruit, a lot of veggies, and tons of grains, rice, potatoes, and legumes. Even though I’ve gained, I’m not chasing weight loss at the moment. I’m chasing a settling feeling that’ll allow my body to truly exhale and stop fighting itself. I’m not claiming to be Vegan, but for the time being, I am definitely following a plant-based diet.


My creativity is finally back and stronger than ever. These past few weeks I have been drawing, paining, journaling, as well as playing my ukulele. The world feels more colorful, and these feelings inspired me to color my hair pastel pink. I love how it turned out, it’s just a shame that it’s a wash-out dye that’ll be gone in a week.

That’s my update for now. I’m sitting here as patiently as I can and enjoying gorgeous Brussels, before it’s time for me to pack my bags and move to Wisconsin to be a blushing (and ecstatic) bride!



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Solo coffee dates: reasons why you SHOULD

February 1, 2017

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Do you have a habit of going out for coffee, tea, or even a meal by yourself? Ever since moving to a brand new city, this has become one of my favorite things to do. By nature, I’m outgoing – by character, I’m an introvert. Coffee shops provide the perfect space for me to be around people, all while spending time with myself, by myself.

If you’ve ever felt awkward sitting by yourself, I’m here to share some reasons why you shouldn’t feel awkward and why taking yourself out on coffee dates is a healthy, amazing habit.

1. You can get a lot of work done.

Coffee shops are amazing for getting work done. Bring your laptop along, or if that’s not your thing, bring a notebook along. Need to read a book or an article? Those are welcome too!

2. Your self-confidence grows.

Who’s that cool person hanging out alone, looking cool as heck? It’s you!! I’m not sure about you, but when I used to be anxious about going to coffee shops alone, I never looked at a person sitting alone and thought they were a loner. I thought they were super cool. To be quite honest with you, I feel cool as a cucumber when I hang out by myself.

3. You get to meet strangers.

This one is quite counter-intuitive because you’re going to be sitting there alone, but it’s totally a thing. Ever since I started taking myself out on coffee dates, people have been striking up conversations with me left and right. You’re way less intimidating when you’re sitting by your lonesome, and that could lead to meeting some amazing humans.

4. Thinking time.

A change of surroundings is the perfect excuse to figure out whatever thoughts are jumbled up in your head. I’ve written the best material at coffee shops, and I’ve solved some of my trickiest life issues while brainstorming over a yummy cappuccino.

5. Charge your batteries.

Whether you’re an introvert, or an extrovert – coffee shops are the ideal place to charge your batteries. It’s the perfect place to be alone and surrounded by people at the same time. Upon leaving  find myself energized and ready to take on whatever task is ahead of me.

Tell me, is this something you ever do? If not, are you considering going out for a solo coffee date?



Till next time,


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#FeelGoodFebruary – a FREE happiness workshop

January 17, 2017


Hello Friends!

The big day is here – I am so excited to announce #FeelGoodFebruary or #FGF for short. #FGF is a completely free, month-long happiness workshop that will begin on February 1st. Join me on this journey of self-love, care, and kindness, and together we can bring happiness and positivity back into all of our lives.



Also, I highly encourage you to follow my facebook page. I will be posting there daily throughout February, and it will serve as a safe space for discussion, growth, friendship, and kindness.


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I’m looking forward to an amazing month of positivity!