Sep 13, 2014

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How a Partnership with Luscious Life Design Changed My Life...

How a Partnership with Luscious Life Design Changed My Life

I wasn’t a nutritionista, a yogi or health professional; I was just someone who always wanted to be a teacher and that’s what I became. For over a year I watched from the sidelines and wanted what Luscious Life Design had going on, and for too long I let myself believe I wasn’t enough. What I wanted to be You see, I had a teacher in grade two who inspired me to love reading and even more so...

May 4, 2014

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Kicking off the High Vibe Project right...

Kicking off the High Vibe Project right

5am is not a bright start to any day, well not at least in autumn in the Far North. Nonetheless, Saturday morning we were up, out of bed at 5 and out the door by 5.20 and on the road to Whangarei, 2 hours south of home. There was a low-lying fog most of the way, hanging elegantly just above the tree line, like a veil. I would have taken a photo, but I was driving. Thom had his First...

May 3, 2014

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Hello High Vibe Project!

Hello High Vibe Project!

Recite the months of the year with me.. January, February, May, June – wait, what happened to March and April?! Yeah, looking back at my blog, I just asked myself the same damn thing. I think it goes without saying that blogging took a bit of a back seat as I returned to New Zealand. I also developed an evil case of Writer’s Block. The kind that left me silenced and unsure of where to go and what to...

Feb 24, 2014

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Travelling with an Ear Infection

Travelling with an Ear Infection

I wasn’t plagued with frequent ear infections as a kid, but I did get them. My dad kindly passed on his “tub ear” or “swimmer’s ear” genetics to me. I actually got an ear infection while I was home visiting my parents in August; I didn’t have a family doctor after being away from home for many years, and Yarmouth didn’t have a walk-in clinic. I was not about to go sit at Outpatients at the Emergency Room,...

Jan 22, 2014

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On Leaving Home, Again

On Leaving Home, Again

Standing in the kitchen, I bawled as I hugged my little sister. I hugged my pug and sobbed some more. Standing at the airport with my parents, the waterworks turned on again. When I left Nova Scotia in 2009 to study in New Zealand, I was going for one year to study, but I’d bought a one-way ticket. The chances of me coming back were pretty slim and I didn’t know when I’d be seeing my family again....

Jan 12, 2014

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Fear and Opportunities: Why Life Outside My Comfort Zone?...

Fear and Opportunities: Why Life Outside My Comfort Zone?

I’m happiest when I live my life outside my comfort zone. I get myself into ridiculous situation, but I usually land on my feet. It’s not always comfortable, but it works for me. It’s taken a long while and a bit of reflection to realise this. I also realise how easy it can be to slip back into that comfort, to quickly become stagnant without even realising it, and I don’t want that. I’ve set myself 52 challenges...