I finally feel like I know the direction my life is heading.
I’m excited. I have so much fun reading about and learning about nutrition. And I am absolutely in love with working and talking to people about all this. I love seeing their goals, their struggles, their motivations – all of it.
But sometimes it seems so surreal. On one hand, my life seems perfectly logical to me. Every step I have made down this path so far seems completely obvious, as if there were no other way I could have gone. But if you had told me back in my 30s that in my 40s I would be starting my own business in health and nutrition I would have never believed it. Yet, here we are.
I’m trying hard to keep my mind open. To let the universe help guide me. I have an idea of what I want this second part of my life to look like, but at the same time, I don’t want to etch it in granite. I want to be open to the opportunities and possibilities that come my way.
I get the feeling sometimes that even old friends and people closest to me don’t know exactly what to make of my direction. That’s okay. I think that is why I was drawn to the quote above. The rest of the world might be in shock – I might be in shock myself. But here we are!
I know that I want to do something meaningful. I want to do something that gives back and helps others. I want to be a part of something. I had that in all my years of community theatre, and while I feel like that part of my life is done, I miss that aspect of it. So, that is what I want to see in my business – community, caring, compassion and a drive to do something incredible.