Break up and Move-2due to a crazy travel schedule, we were not able to make it to the break up and move event at the university of calgary last week. i really wish that we had been able to sit down with all the girls (and boys) to talk about our journey with breaking bad habits. it’s always easier to deal with the stress of change when you have people to relate to.

this past week has been a real testing ground for my own vices and dealing with implementing changes that will lead to my eventual goals. i know i talk about fixing my skin a lot because it’s something that is omnipresent at this point in my life. the only way i know how to deal with it is medically, a prescription for all my problems, but i promised myself that i would find a natural solution that will not give me anxiety about potentially harming my body. before we left for la, i picked up “skin cleanse” by adina griogore at my local bookstore and was done reading it by the time i landed. the truth of the matter is that this book will not tell you anything you don’t already know, but it is a good reminder of all those things. i’ve also learned a couple new things while reading this book all of which will make their way to the blog in the next few weeks.

although I was not able to attend, i do want to say thank you to all those who came out to the event, for taking the time to take care of yourselves and take a break to reflect on life and remembering that it’s never to late to embrace positive change. the discussion with relationship expert kimberly moffit and dr. rupinder mangat touched on everything from breaking up with toxic relationships, friendships, habits, and even sexual health issues such as contraception methods.  if you’re contemplating breaking up with one of these topics, visit for inspiration or for more details. in the words of ray ploshansky from ‘girls’, ‘we are at our best when we are together’. xoxo

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