Gratitude and other thoughts 

Hi everyone! It’s been a long time! So many things have happened, and I dare say most of them are great!

I got a new job, which is awesome because I no longer am surrounded by negativity. Wooh hoo! 

I got married… Which is a big deal for me, but I’m really pleased about it. I’m married to the most amazing woman I’ve ever met. She really just gets me like no one ever has. I can’t say our relationship is perfect, but that’s not a realistic thing to strive for. We’re happy, which is all I can ask. 

We bought a house, which is fantastic! I’m so happy to have my own space, and to be able to do the things I enjoy. 

I’ve taken up a new hobby- woodworking! I’m an amateur for sure, but I look forward to getting better at it. So far I’ve built a large living area for my rabbits and guinea pigs, and my wife and I built a bed frame. 

I also have a new friend, who told me I should write down 3 things I’m thankful for every day. See everything I’ve  written above. More than 3 things, but I guess I’m am over achiever!

Until later, my friends. Thanks for reading! 


Who taught you? 


Lets run towards our dreams together



…breathe, trust and let go

“Find balance in your life. Work hard but don’t let work take over your life, you will lose yourself.

Love, but love for the right reasons. Life is too short for anything mediocre.

Know who you are and know that you are worthy of reaching your dreams and that it is never too late to start creating that life you have always dreamed of.

Do not compare yourself to others, that’s just deadly. No two souls are the same. You are your own person, you are beautiful and you are unique.

Put your trust in the universe. Some things are just meant to happen, and some are not. Let go of whatever is stealing your happiness, it’s hard but it is worth it.

Embrace change. Embrace life. Everything happens for a reason, sometimes you just need to breathe, trust and let go.”

—Charlotte Freeman


Exercise and Depression


EFT Tapping Basics

My therapist recently asked me to try tapping for my anxiety. I have found it to be very helpful as it eases my symptoms of anxiety. I wish it was less noticeable so I could do it in public, or at my desk at work.

Here is a link of the basics if you would like to give it a try: