Sometimes when we meet someone who is happy and on track, we tend to think that they have had it easy...that they have led a charmed life. Sometimes, we might even be tempted to envy them and wish that we had been so fortunate.
I can only talk about my personal experience but the first chapter of my life was filled with many difficult challenges including having to come to terms with both of my parents and my younger brother passing on. I will spare you the details of the rest of that chapter because we all have our stories, our challenges and our triumphs and failures. What I would like to focus on is my destination - coming home to who I am.
Fastforwarding to NOW, I am going on 4 years of being married to my soulmate, Steven who is the biggest blessing in my life. On our wedding day, I was having a manicure and the manicurist looked at me with such wise and kind eyes and said "What more could a soul want than to love and be loved".
I left the world of corporate law and senior management (stressed...who me?) to focus on Health and Wellness. I am now working in a business that I am so passionate about and that is having such a profound impact on people's health. I truly believe that I have stumbled across one of the most fundamental groundbreakers for our health of this century. People see results within days which is so totally awesome. Am now expanding internationally so these are busy busy but happy happy times.
I love to read, write poetry, meditate, travel (my husband and I have already been to some pretty awesome places and more to come...)and go on long peaceful hikes. I looooove the arts and enjoy stumbling across creative genius in so many people who are crossing my path.
I now have my private garden which is gated and which is open to visitors by invitation only. Those who are invited to come in to play are those who understand that even if I were to choose to plant an entire garden of dandelions that would be just fine simply because it is my garden to tend to as i choose. I also try to be respectful of the private gardens of others.
You are welcome to come play in my garden, to dance, to sing, to talk too loud, to be silly and to let your creativity flow. Follow your dreams always, I am here if you need a smile.
Thank-you Richard for creating the Architects of a New Dawun.
I am home now.
Another project of mine is helping entrepreneurs be more successful through expanding their networks and getting the tools they need. I started a site for people to advertise their businesses for free which is still in its infancy:
and, in addition to being part of numerous networks myself, I head up a local Meetup group called The Montreal Small Business Network: