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After 13 Years...

I thought this was going to be hard for me after 13 + years of continually showing up, I had a story in my head of how this would go down - however, it’s been one of the easiest decisions I’ve made to date.


It just took me a while to get to the point of actually doing the thing for numerous fears that arose within.


On April 1st, following over 13+ years of consistent presence & marketing on social media, I've chosen to take a hiatus to reassess various aspects of my coaching practice. My priority now is to immerse myself more fully in the present moment and engage deeply with those around me in real-life interactions.


You know that feeling when you need to do something, yet it doesn't make sense? Where you look to everyone else, or research to figure out why you “should” do the thing instead of just tuning into what your soul is telling you to do?


More times than not, we think gathering more information and prolonging until the “right time” is needed, but in all reality, we are just triggering our pain more and more. We are just putting off what we know we need to do - it’s just out of our comfort zone and into something new which can be exactly where we need to be.


3 years ago, my family and I made the decision to sell all our possessions in Calgary, Canada, and relocate to a small town in Costa Rica. While this might sound exciting to some and inspiring to others, I must admit that it has been the most challenging three years of my life. However, amidst the difficulties, I've also learned some of the most valuable lessons about myself during this period.


Life coaching remained normal, as I consistently appeared in the online realm, offering inspiration & showcasing our evolving life, both its positive and negative aspects, without pausing a beat.


I have felt the weight of that inside of myself trying to ignore it. Trying to make it Ok to just keep moving like nothing has changed, when everything has changed in my life, I just didn’t want to acknowledge it at a deeper level.


Mark Groves said this so perfectly:

If I stay stuck in one area, I stay stuck in all of them.

 

I'm not here for the ordinary. I never have been. I'm here to challenge the status quo, to, to undertake acts of courage. My purpose is to learn, explore, and dive into what life holds for me, more than what I can physically see or feel.


“I know the plans I have for you…”

The Bible


I hold those words close to me.


So here we go.  Off of the social media. ALL OF THEM.

Deleted them from my phone altogether.  

You might think I'm crazy for doing this. And, you also might resonate with the heaviness that social media platforms can bring.


Either way, I share this with you for several reasons -

the main one being, I was feeling jaded and sceptical of most of the material that’s put out there. It’s not real life. Even myself.  The disconnect was happening.

The Holy Discontentment.

A misalignment.


The best approach to realigning or charting a new path is through refocusing. For me, achieving this requires minimizing distractions from the external world.

Asking the hard questions.

Listening and following my inner knowing.


SO all of this to say - :)


THANK YOU!! From the bottom of my heart as someone who has signed up for my Newsletter - (these will continue and this is how you will know what’s going on in my life as well as be inspired and some coaching tips along the way)  I know how many emails you must get a day, and I appreciate that I am one of them.  


You might not need to delete your social media, but perhaps there is something in your own life that you’ve been delaying. My hope for you is that - You do it. You let my jump into the unknown be an inspiration for you to do the same - we’ll walk it together and  - as I always say -  


when you follow the nudges, they always lead you to where you’re meant to be.


𝒦𝓇𝒾𝓈𝓉𝒶 𝒦𝑜𝓀𝑜𝓉 𝓍𝑜

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