I hate when I can’t find me.

I’ve been on a really intentional journey to find out who I am.

  • Who am I?
  • Why does it matter?
  • Why am I here?
  • What am I supposed to do?

These are the questions I’ve sat with for a long time.

I want answers. And, I want them now. Patience is on my wish list.

A really great teacher of Kundalini and one of the most magical souls I look up to, Sat Siri, told me once, “Let questions be questions. The answers will come to you.” I really took this advice to heart.

So, do I know myself if I know my obsession with all things sparkly or that I prefer animals to people (there are a few exceptions!).  Or, do I know myself if I know that I love watching feel good movies over and over again?


I’ve been on a relentless journey of radical self-love since my experience in Bali (Enter the Heart Retreat by Mastin Kipp) and I can truly say with all my heart that getting to know myself has been really fun and life changing.

This is what getting to know myself means to me:

  • It means unconditional love.
  • It means acceptance.
  • It means forgiveness.
  • It means vulnerability.
  • It means courage.
  • It means fucking up over and over until I get it, and having the grace to love myself through it.

I’m happy to say, I really like who I have become.

What am I grateful for today?

Today I am truly thankful for my soul family. I grew up feeling like I never ‘fit‘ anywhere. I didn’t know where I belonged. I have received so much love from my tribe and in turn, I give them masses of big love. You know who you are. Thank you for loving me.

What inspired me today?

More like who. I’ve been taking a course called Uncertainty School (please check it out), it supports people to become less afraid of uncertainty and embrace it. Through this course, I met, Tim McDonald. He started the movement #365DaysofGiving where he writes an email every day and gives something away. What a love-filled cause. It’s inspired me to give also. Watch this space!