It’s almost been four years since I started blogging / sharing online and August of 2016 marks two years since I ‘quit my day job’ and decided to take this self-employed thang full time. It’s been one hell and heaven of a ride! I wouldn’t have any of it any other way. I was recently asked some […]
Ah, change is in the air! Aren’t transitions just a treat? Since my blogging break, I’ve made a feel little adjustments around the place. In “real life” as well as on the blog. Sometimes we only need to make a few tiny adjustments, pull back on a commitment or two or re-evaluate a seemingly small area of our life in order to make BIG changes.
For example, I needed to kill some overwhelm quick smart recently. I was feeling like I was spread as thin as vegemite on (gluten-free) toast, not giving 100% to anything, not being fully present or committed to any area of my life. I was exhausted, annoyed and upset. Mainly at myself.
I felt like I wasn’t being enough for anyone or anything. Like I just wasn’t giving ENOUGH. There wasn’t enough time in the day, enough energy, enough of me to go around. I felt I wasn’t being a good enough friend, sister, coach, daughter, student or employee.
I needed to slow down. Something had to give. An adjustment needed to be made.
Picture this. You’re overworked due to your stressful corporate job, you’re punishing your body by exercising to the extreme and not eating well. You’re not looking after yourself. Then you get a wake up call. You’re diagnosed with severe adrenal fatigue, polycystic ovaries, insulin resistance and a whole host of hormonal and blood sugar issues. What do you do? Do you take the life of medication or do you listen to your body and attempt to cure yourself naturally?
This is exactly the predicament the gorgeous Corona Brady from Nurture Pod found herself in in 2007 and as you can probably guess, she took the latter option. Now a qualified Health Coach, Yoga Teacher and Reiki Healer, Corona took accountability for her illness and transformed her health and lifestyle. Today, no trace of any of these health concerns exist in her (very bendy!) body and now helping other people on their own transformational health journeys is what she gets to call ‘work’. How awesome is that!? She also has the coolest Irish accent and the most beautiful wedding photos I have ever seen. Babe bride alert! Check her blog out for more and read on…