I’m really excited to share with you some highlights of my summer. Crazy to think that it’s the end of July already!
But It’s been just one of those summers where everything happened at once. I haven’t shared much about my life updates on social media. I don’t know about you, but social media drains the hell out of me. The main reason I’m on it is that I love being on my Facebook group and chatting with members of my community, but apart from that, I don’t spend much time on it sharing my own personal stuff.
I’ve gotten into Youtube lately because I find that video is the best way to connect with my community, do you agree?
And by the way, here’s my Youtube channel to check out my videos and also don’t forget to subscribe 🙂
As I was saying, I had a hell of a summer this year. First, I officially became self-employed and started my coaching practice, which I’m SUPER excited about.
I love working with women to help them recover from pain, and build their bodies back and nothing makes me more fulfilled than hearing their success stories. It’s such an honor to be able to work one-on-one with women that are so committed to their health. I will be sharing more about how you can work with me one-on-one in my upcoming post!
I also married the love of my life 🙂 Ben is the kindest and most loving person I know. He supported me through my darkest chronic pain days and believed so much in me.
He was also the person behind the camera helping me take photos for blog posts when I first started my website.
I later learned how to properly use a camera and got him off the hook haha. We had some fun time shooting photos at the park with kids in the background wondering if I was some famous celebrity.
Here are some photos of our wedding:
Honestly, the photoshoot was my most favorite part of the day because it was just us, and the photographer was also a friend of mine. An introvert’s dream lol
We took these photos downtown Winnipeg!
We also decided to take a short 3-day trip to Jasper, Alberta! a beautiful place in Canada (my favorite!)
We went on a couple of excursions, one to the Maligne lake, and another one to the Athabasca glassier.
Jasper is a national park. And the cool thing about that is you get to interact with the wildlife on a daily basis!
Unfortunately, we didn’t encounter any bears. Ben wanted to see a mountain lion but I’m secretly happy we didn’t. Can you imagine how scary that would be?
Maligne Lake is such a beautiful place! that little island to the right, that’s called spirit island.
Here’s a shot of the Athabasca glassier. Pretty cool hey?
And of course us on a glassier, on Canada Day! Freeeezing.
One of my favorite shots is this one below. Living downtown makes me appreciate the quiet, and an empty road.
I made two videos about traveling with back pain, and in one of them, I share a quick video of my trip and the places we visited. If you are interested in watching more, check it out below and just fast forward to the last 5 minutes. The video has some great tips on how to prepare when you’re traveling with back pain, so I suggest you watch the full video:
That is it for now 🙂 I hope you enjoyed these photos. As I mentioned above, I will be opening up my coaching program in a few weeks, but if you are interested in testing some of the features of the program and working one-on-one with me, fill out this application here! I will be accepting 3 women to work with me for free in exchange for feedback.
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