Who am I?
In many ways, I am the same as you. I breathe, I hope, I dream, and I struggle. I welcome failure and I’m not afraid of erring. I thrive from it. There is nothing I am more grateful for in my life than the chance to learn from a mistake, and to better myself because of it. I try to overcome the obstacles ahead of me, and I strive to accept myself as who I am. I see every day as an opportunity to make progress in one aspect of my life or another. This could mean anything from social anxiety to improving my health or learning new skills.
I am a maladaptive daydreamer, an emotional eater, a reader and a writer, a listener and a speaker, a learner and a teacher. I struggle with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and a great part of my life revolves around working out and adapting my diet in order to reach the health goals that I established for myself. And while my muscles are recovering from the workouts, it’s time for my brain to take over and ‘train’ as well. I love to learn new things, to explore new places, to debate new topics and discover new ideas.
But this blog isn’t just about me, it’s about certain situations or feelings that other people can relate to, as well. It’s about things that make sense and things that don’t. It’s about reality and imagination, serenity and disquiet, success and failure. Please know that you are welcome, whatever your personal struggles may be.