Where Am I Now On My Journey

Hi Friend, It’s been a long while since you’ve heard from me and I have missed sharing my life experiences through this medium, a lot has happened.

Well, what have I been up to?



Yes, living, living my life, learning, loving, being happy, being sad, understanding how I feel, and getting to the root cause of all the surface problems. On this journey, I became more aware of how much we say we are okay when we are not. I also learned that we carry a lot of sadness and pain from our childhood experiences–events we never processed or healed from.

I learned that seeking awareness and walking this path is not always as fun and easy as we like to imagine. It’s life-changing, painful, and yes it can turn your world upside down but, it is worth it.

Hmm, I know you think I am crazy now, how can I say it is a painful journey and still say it is worth it.

Who runs towards pain?!


Stay with me.

I say this because this is the stage we sometimes have to go back to move forward.

For example, going back to process and heal from childhood trauma, a break-up we never moved on from, or my favourites: healing from the moments we thought we were not good enough, the times where we sought external validation or the times where we chose other people ourselves. Dealing with this can be hard but the results you get is what is life-changing.

Yes, our lives are going to turn upside down because we will discover that we don’t know anything, and almost everyone is just figuring it out as they go.


For me, this has helped me deal with that feeling of not being good enough, understanding it’s okay not to know, it’s okay to make mistakes, and if I want to know I have to make an effort to learn.

We are always learning.

What does my progress in this journey look like?!

  • I started a freelance business
  • I learned and still learning new skills
  • I am becoming more confident and intentional with creating relationships with people
  • I am becoming more intentional about my life
  • I gained a lot of fat during the lockdown and I am loving myself through it
  • I am better at handling feeling anxious and overwhelmed
  • I am channelling love and compassion in everything I do

Progress will look different for everyone, but remember, your progress cannot be measure by someone else’s ruler.


What changes have you made in the last 6 months?!

NO PRESSURE, it could be as little as learning to smile through all the chaos. But tell me in the comments section I want to know.


Small progress is still progress.

Thank for reading!

I love sharing my experiences with you friend.


Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will.

— Vernon Howard

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