So if you’ve snooped the internet and found yourself here you probably know a bit about me already but I’ll give it another go.
My name is Lindsey, I’m twenty-five, from Langley, BC. Yes, beautiful British Columbia – forever grateful to live in this beautiful province.
I feel in my twenty-five years I’ve come a long way and definitely could have gone down dark horrible paths but I am so happy I’ve been able to stay afloat with my spirit and soul intact. I wouldn’t regret anything that’s ever happened because it put me exactly where I am supposed to be in this universe now.
I’d say I’ve been fairly lucky to be able to find a career in the beauty industry I’ve loved which has now just become a hobby because I’ve found something I love more…motherhood. I’ve been ever so lucky to find a man I love and we’ve created a beautiful and slightly crazy child. Now life isn’t always perfect but a daily reminder to myself is to always be grateful of what I have because it could all be gone in a blink of an eye.
Speaking of hobbies… I’ve got too many to count. I’ve dabbled in all sorts of crafts but I especially love wood burning, sewing and jewelry making. I’ve always had a love for being outdoors, gardening, animals and all that mother nature has to offer. . You’ll definitely get to see some creative bits here!
Now what prompted my decision to blog the finest details of my life?
I’ve been pondering this whole blogging thing for a while now and the time just felt right. I’ve always been anxious and nervous using a platform to share but I’ve made a goal to express and put myself out there more, in person and online.
I’m on a self-love journey, a new mother finding herself again journey. Health, beauty, family and lifestyle choices are all apart of the journey and it’s nice knowing that maybe you’re not the only one with the same feelings and thoughts – maybe we share a common ground.
The first year of motherhood I feel may be the hardest with all the emotional changes, you kind of lose yourself in the beauty that it is. It’s great but also important to connect, to find support and definitely to know you’re not alone in this, which is sometimes a rough ride.