About Me

Hi all,

Let me take a moment to share a bit about myself and what led me to create this blog.

For most of my adult life, I’ve felt like I’ve been coasting along, never quite reaching my full potential. 

I was always thinking about being healthier so I would be more energetic, slim, and toned. 

I was always thinking about being more confident and increasing my self-esteem so I wouldn’t be so anxious about EVERYTHING. 

I was always thinking about increasing my wealth and being better with money to get out of debt, stop living paycheck to paycheck and finally achieve financial freedom.

All I wanted was to be better than I was and to feel successful in all areas of my life….

However, unfortunately, most of my adult life was fuelled by binge eating, excessive partying, unpredictable shopping, stress, and unhealthy habits. All of these things contributed to an unhealthy mindset so I continued to feel helpless and unfulfilled. 

I would make some attempts to be better like going to the gym for three months and then have a big weekend fueled with drinking and fall right back into bad habits. 

I would diet and starve myself, only to slip up and have a binge eating episode and then fall back into even worse eating habits.

I would have a good sleeping routine and feel good at work, only to have a toxic person bring me down so I stew over it all night and feel anxious going into the office.

I would be good with my budget and start to save some money and then all of a sudden impulse shop. I had terrible money habits.

When I reached my early 30s I heard a quote from somewhere and it was “What you think every day, you become” and for some reason, it resonated with me.

I decided to stop focusing on all my problems and start focusing on solutions. I tried really really hard to change my mindset by doing things I had never done before or being that little bit better every single day.

Sometimes it was something little like washing the dishes right after a meal…sometimes it was something bigger like meal prepping or committing to 3-4 days of exercise per week……and sometimes it was something huge like doing a Diploma in Health Science.

All of these sometimes small and sometimes massive healthy habits have completely turned my life around. That’s why I’ve decided to share my experiences, learnings and insights with others through this blog, as well as insights from other experts in these fields. 

If you are someone who has always wanted to be a better version of yourself then this blog is for you and I hope to inspire and empower you and provide practical guidance on how to become the best version of yourself.

Thank you for joining me on this journey and let’s continue to strive towards a life filled with health, wealth, positivity, and meaningful relationships.

Let’s never stop improving.

Yours truly,

Greta