Stepping Into the Life You Deserve

Hello loves!

A few days ago, I asked on my Instagram stories which day you all would prefer for blog posts, and the majority voted Wednesdays! So you have my personal commitment, otherwise mentioned beforehand, that I will do a blog post every Wednesday going forward (subscribe to ensure you are updated weekly)!

For this week’s blog post, I want to catch you all up on some recent life changes for me and the family.


As some of you might have already seen on Instagram, my husband decided to quit his corporate job as a Civil Engineer to pursue his passion in the fitness industry. What does this mean? Well, Kevin will now be doing online and in-person training as well as coaching at Paradigm Training Center. 

I am so proud of him and the hard work he has placed over the past two years in order to make this switch. It has been almost a week of him pursuing his dream, and the change I saw in him was immediate. It’s true that when you do what you love it doesn’t feel like work at all. 

You can find more of his work on his Instagram and website. I will be posting more fitness and wellness and related content too, as my husband helps me with my own journey! So excited!


Well, we aren’t quite sure.

It’s almost cliche to say “the sky is the limit”, but that is how I feel!

I have been asked several times if I will leave my job to pursue more with the blog, and the answer is no. I enjoy my corporate job as an Account Executive for a beauty company. I created this blog to empower other women to feel they can do it all. I love being a wife, mother, career woman, and ardent dreamer all at once!

With Kevin’s extra time and flexible schedule, we can now spend more days together as a family. I am so thrilled for our upcoming trip to Oregon. I am going to document the entire week in our first family vlog! Please keep us in your prayers as traveling with a 3 year-old and then 7 month-old- should be interesting!


I asked my husband, briefly, what advice he has for other fellow entrepreneurs that want to pursue their goals, and this is what he had to say:

1) Believe that your dream is possible. Like, actually BELIEVE.

2) Start small. Big dreams are nothing without small actions. 

As always, thank you all so much for the continued support and encouragement! My family and I truly appreciate all of the prayers and well wishes we have received and can not wait to see what the future holds. 

I wish you all the best and the courage to do the same to pursue your own dreams.



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