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I know what you must be thinking – it’s nearly May and I haven’t written a blog post all year, surely I have for whatever reason stopped my coaching business.
I don’t blame you for thinking that. I would too.
But I am here to tell you that that is not the case at all. In fact it couldn’t be further from the truth. I am more in love with the work I can than I ever have been,
In fact I actually have a few spots opening up for coaching in May, so if you have been thinking about working with me then now is the perfect time. Send me a quick email, I would love to hear from you (email@example.com)
So what have I been up to you ask, let me tell you.
I will break it down into months to make it easier.
This was family time, and that was always the plan. I put my house on air bnb and went to our family holiday house in Anglesea. I spent days at the beach with my beautiful nieces, and really just enjoyed some time out. The beach is my favourite place, so that along with warm weather meant that it was a month filled with so much joy.
My plan was to get back into work at the start of Feb, but like all good plans it didn’t really happen that way. I found it really hard to switch from holiday to work mode, and too be honest for most of that month I was still in holiday mode. I just couldn’t get started, there was a big need to go slow, and I actually remember a lot of people I spoke to at the time were feeling the same way. Maybe it was the moon, who knows, but there was something going on for sure.
It was also during Feb that I started to become a bit physically unwell, which made getting back into work so much harder. I was having a lot of hormone issues, and found for nearly 2 weeks I couldn’t really do much. I have since been diagnosed with endometriosis (I might actually do a separate blog post on this), but the symptoms I was and still am experiencing have really affected what I have been able to do.
What a month this was. In Feb I made the last minute decision to study. So from March until now I have been in crazy study mode, and let me tell you it has been intense. I really underestimated the work load, and at times really struggled to keep my head above water. I started the year studying a Diploma of Health Science, and have now decided to continue on after this year and do Naturopathy. I am absolutely loving it all so far, and can’t wait to be able to add naturopathy into the work I am already doing.
This month was just as intense as March, and at times I felt maybe going back to study was a bad idea, but then at the same time I was loving what I was learning. I decided the best option would be to drop from 4 to 3 subjects. Let me just add that this was not an easy decision, my mean girl had a field day – telling me I had failed, I should be able to cope, that I just needed to toughen up and so on. But deep down I knew it was what needed to happen, and it was the best decision. As soon as I dropped that one subject I felt like a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders. I was finally starting to feel like I had things under control, and I was back to loving the study I was doing.
I am 2 weeks away from finishing my first uni trimester, and I am finally feeling like I have the time and energy to start writing again. I have a plan for my business and I love how it all feels.
I am so grateful I took the leap and started studying, it has not been easy, and I have learnt a hell of a lot along the way, but I have also made some of the most amazing friends.
I love that I get the opportunity to still do my coaching work – which I absolutely love, while also expanding my knowledge and something I am so passionate about.
I will now be more active on here, social media and my newsletter (which you should totally sign up to, you receive 2 chapters of my ebook as a bonus just for joining. Put your details in the box at the top of the page and you will be part of the tribe).
If there is anything you would love me to write about please let me know, I am here to make this space as beneficial to you as possible.