Who am I

Untitled design (5)Since I have changed over my website and have been tweaking it I have, quite brilliantly I think, deleted all my previous posts. There’s no worth in crying over spilt milk so I figured it’s a fantastic time to go back over some of the interesting ones. For those of you that don’t know me personally I thought it was an ideal opportunity to tell a little about who I am.

Historically I would be considered a chronic over-thinker, a yes girl so desperate for approval that I underachieved like a star!

By 26 I was a single mum filing for divorce having lost our house. By 30 I was unemployed and isolated and struggling to make life work for my son and me. The truth was, I was always a starter, I had big dreams and good intentions but very little rhythm or persistence. When things got tough I burned out – fast! I had a chronic lack of self confidence but I wanted more and needed more, I just didn’t know how to get there.

Add to that that I have been overweight on and off my entire life only finally being diagnosed with PCOS back in February 2016.

Within all of this I have had a deep seated belief that people are capable of far more than they allow themselves to aim for and in the last 2 years it has become clear that more often than not the biggest change a person can make is in their perspective. I have done this, it’s a daily choice to look at life differently. I have worked hard to move myself forward and I have transformed my own life. From being virtually homeless to living in a town I love, in a strong and committed relationship, earning a healthy salary supporting myself and my son entirely on my own. My intention is to build business and share my journey, tips and ideas with you guys.

I am a happy 35 year old woman with goals and plans. I am stupidly in love with my crazy Jack Russell Toby, am a die hard of crime dramas and thrillers both on screen and on paper. I love a good cup of tea and am a total introvert.

Feel free to ask me some questions if you want to know more.

In the meantime, thanks for reading.

A x

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