What do you do after the doctor tells you that you were a few hours close to death? You take a few weeks to get better then you plot out how to live an amazing life.
True story! In 2017, I had a major medical trauma that had me questioning the value of my life. My time in the hospital was a culmination of a journey that started when I turned 30. I found myself depressed with no energy. I felt like I had run into a brick wall.
So, I decided to try something different because I wanted more out of life. The goal is to seek happiness fearlessly in all areas of my life. I quit my job, went back to school to become a nurse and I started seeking out travel opportunities.
I never imagined I would embark on a new career in my 30s. I definitely did not think I would be an older student. I have only recently accepted that it is okay to feed and clothe my plus size body extravagantly. And I feel like I am old enough to be opinionated about everything. In short, I found my voice.
I have written blogs before. I started out writing the fashion blog Will Wear This. I moved on to eko-ile. Then I wrote the now deleted, Will Eat This. My last blog, Chasing Impossible is still up because I love the things I wrote there.
A Year of Doing is a documentation of my life as I learn to live fearlessly.
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