Updated: Jan 2
Hi lovelies, are you there?
Sorry I haven't updated this blog since my re-launch. I thought I knew the direction I wanted to take with my website but I fell back to where I was before I left on my Bali/Thailand trip. The mini getaway did help me figure out what I wanted to do with my life moving forward; but when I am back on Toronto soil, I get lost, comfortable and unhappy again.
During my trip, I've made a "To-Do List" of the things I needed to complete when I return to Toronto. I've checked off the first and most important task on my list, which was to move out of my condo. That escalated so quickly within a month after my return. I was tired, exhausted, restless, overworked, and had panda eyes covered with the miracles of Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer (I swear my life on it).
Now I'm working really hard on my second task and that is to purge all of my personal belongings and sell eighty-percent of it so I am not left with much for when I want to pick up again and make my next move. To my friends and family, this looks and sounds a little dramatic (maybe a lot). But I promise you I am not insane or losing my mind. I have just come to my senses that I don't
need a lot of these things to be happy. I've held on to a lot of things that has placed an anchor on me to do the things I want to do. So I am just simply letting go so I could rise above water and allow myself to breathe again. My third task will be a big and exciting one. I can't spill the beans yet, but do stay tuned for it in year 2020.
I have come to realize to appreciate everything I have and not take anything for granted, literally. Happiness is the most important thing in life. If you're not happy, you have to make adjustments in your life to be happy. That is exactly what I am doing right now. Make a list of goals, follow through it, make adjustments to improve and don't forget to reward yourself after each completed task.
But enough about me. Let's take a look at who just dropped in to the city! It's Dr. Seuss! The infamous author behind The Cat in the Cat and many other famous children literature you may remember from your childhood. I recollected all of my memories as I walked through each room at the Dr. Seuss Experience exhibit in Mississauga. The pop-up was situated inside an old Sportchek retailer; it was a massive venue! Each room was interactive, colourfully designed and curated with a fun, poetic story. It was appropriate for all-ages. The galore of babies thoroughly enjoyed it as much as I did. There was even a gallery of Theodor Seuss Geisel's artwork for sale that ranged from $550 to $15,000.
If you are in the city, hurry and make your way over before they bid farewell to head
over to their next destination, Chicago.