• Lifestyle

    The Misconceptions About Bi-Sexuality

    I am a bisexual woman. According to Wikipedia, that means “a romantic attraction, sexual attraction, or sexual behaviour toward both males and females.” In my case, I am engaged to be married to a wonderful man, but that doesn’t change the fact that I am also attracted to women. In ancient times, having sexual relationships with both men and women was not only accepted but kind of expected. Unfortunately for those of us living this reality, there are many misconceptions in society regarding what being bisexual actually means. People are judgemental of the unknown. Some may even see us as a threat. I personally see us as people who love people.…

  • Lifestyle

    Let’s Put Our Phones Down and Live in the Moment

    How many times have you sat in a room full of people, but felt alone because everyone in the room is staring at a screen? This is the dark side of our virtual world. I don’t know anyone who does not have a smartphone. Once upon a time, having a cell phone was a privilege only few had. Now we treat cell phones as a necessity. We are addicted to this technology that frequently rips our attention from reality. I carry my phone around with me everywhere like its a third arm. I’ve been to parties or out for dinner with friends and everyone either has a phone in hand…

  • Lifestyle

    How to Attract What You Want In Life

    Have you ever spend time daydreaming about something you want and have it come true in real life? If you have been so lucky, you have experienced the power of your own energy source. On the flip-side, have you ever spent time worrying or thinking that someone doesn’t like you, only to find out you were right? The law of attraction is the belief that positive or negative thoughts bring positive or negative experiences. It really makes sense if you think about it. If you think about things that are positive all of the time, your actions will likely be positive and out of good faith, and most likely good…

  • Lifestyle

    Choose Yourself in 2020

    A new year often brings resolutions. Resolutions are usually a type of punishment for things you don’t like about yourself. The desire to change is driven by thoughts of self-doubt and negativity. No wonder the majority of January gym-goers quit before February is over. The drive to change needs to come from a deep love for yourself. You need to matter so much that your health, happiness and wellness become a top priority. Setting a goal out of disgust for yourself will always end in failure. Instead of a New Year’s resolution, make a self-care plan that helps you reconnect with yourself and fall in love with the amazing person…

  • Lifestyle

    Turn Fear into Fabulous

    Fear. We all have it. Most of us hate it. Some of us are crippled by it. I am talking about the annoying little voice in our heads we often hear just as we are about to make a life change or take a risk. Many times this fear makes us tuck our heads back into our shell and continue on the same mundane life path. I am not saying all risks are smart and should be taken regardless of your fear. What I’m saying is all changes come with some anxiety and fear of the unknown or new. In order to grow as a person and evolve into a…

  • Lifestyle

    5 Ways to Start Your Day Off Right

    Each morning as you are going through your morning routine, you are setting the tone for the rest of your day. Start out on the right foot and you are planting the seeds for a great day! Give yourself a 10-15 minute grace period to “wake up” before rushing out of bed and getting ready for the day. A quick snooze to get your mind ready to wake up. Eat a nutritious breakfast. This fuel will give you energy to get going. Set goals for each day. Setting goals helps you stay motivated. Listen to uplifting music or a motivational podcast on your way to work or as you begin…

  • Lifestyle,  Nutrition

    Survival Tips for Holiday Eating

    I love the Holidays! Spending time with family and friends, enjoying the food, the drinks, the festivities – I love it all! What I don’t love is the extra muffin top and 10lbs I usually gain because of all of the indulgences during this special season. This year, I am not waiting until New Year’s to get myself in check. Here are my survival tips to ensure I enjoy the Holidays and keep my waistline from expanding. Don’t wait until January to join a gym or start working out. Start now! Busy or not, set aside time least 4 days a week for exercise. Check out my 20-minute HIIT videos!…

  • Lifestyle

    Advent Calendar To Fill Your Heart and Energize Your Soul

    Let’s use the four weeks of advent to focus on the energy you personally bring to the Universe. The themes of advent are Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love. Religious or not, I think we can all benefit from focusing on these elements in our lives to channel our energy in the right direction and help make ourselves complete. Check out the advent calendar below. Each day there is a task to complete. All of which focus on wellbeing and soul work. Join me in the advent challenge, and together we can bring a positive, uplifting energy to the world. I encourage you to share your experience on social media. Ask…

  • Lifestyle

    It’s Okay to Re-Write Your Story

    Most of us spend hours as a child dreaming of the fairytale life we will live when we grow up. Fast forward twenty years and we miss those carefree days so much when our biggest worry was choosing which Barbie to play with . Unfortunately, all too often as adults we are wishing for more or missing the past. Never does it seem like we are actually enjoying life and living in the moment. But what if the moment in time we are in is not living up to the picture perfect life we dreamed as children? At a time in our lives when most of us do not even…

  • Lifestyle,  Motherhood

    Are You in a Toxic Marriage?

    Some kids grow up in a perfect happy home. I grew up watching my mother’s boyfriend treat her like garbage. He was rude and grouchy to her and to us. Their relationship went from one extreme to the other, screaming matches or the silent treatment. Luckily, eventually my Mom realized her own self worth and kicked his ass out after nine years of torment. So naturally, when I was 15 years old I decided (subconsciously of course) to repeat the same behaviour patterns. My first real relationship started with jealousy, possessiveness and obsession. Great starting point! I had a thing about wanting to change and fix people… Gee, I wonder…