I was a weird child. Like how I hated pizza until I was in high school. Or how I became insanely logical and refused to play make-believe when they asked me what kingdom I was the princess of at Disneyland. Then there was the fact that, with every visit to the eye doctor, I would hope he'd tell me I needed glasses.
I did something new tonight. To be honest, I went in not expecting much and I've walked out incredibly jazzed. Tonight I attended a live taping for a podcast, and I was rocked with some real gems of inspiration.
Nothing inspires me more than the incredible community of powerhouse women following their passion. When my energy is low, or I'm not feeling the hustle when I need to, I turn to the accounts I know will jazz me up and reignite that fire.
As part of living #thesequoialife fully this year, I'm putting more strategic efforts into my side hustles. At any given time, I have three to five hustles on the go, ranging in size and effort. Am I an addict? Yes. Do I mind? No. Side hustles are fun!
It's been a long time since I had to be honest with myself and admit I was living with depression. I first told someone what I was experiencing sometime in 2010, though not in the exact right words. I think I found those words as 2011 turned into 2012. By September 2013, I asked my doctor about anti-depressants after trying to manage without them all that time.
Working a 9-to-5 and living the side hustle life can be tough to balance. For me, I struggle the most with food. I'm either snacking away as I work, or I get so caught up in the hustle I forget a meal.
I feel it in my bones: 2018 is going to be a great year. Part of the reason I know this is true? I am unapologetically focusing on me this year. A holistic me, a balanced me.
It's time to get back to finding balance in my day-to-day, and to stop neglecting this part of my life. And I thought I would give the blog a boost with a tour of some of Toronto's best coffee shops!
I often find the lipstick I pick sets my mood for the day. Or maybe the mood of the day determines the lipstick I pick? Chicken or egg, I love what my lipstick choice says about me. So I'm sharing my favourite three shades and how they impact my attitude.