I Had To Move My Wedding Due To The Pandemic

Hi everyone,

How is everyone doing in these crazy weird times? I’ve decided to turn all the blog posts I was going do into podcasts. I think I’m a lot better at talking than writing. I may do the odd post here and there though.

I’ve done yet another Covid-19 podcast, and this is one of the many ways this pandemic has affected me. As the title suggests, I had to move my wedding because of Covid. It’s crazy because I was going to be walking down the aisle next week, but that’s no longer happening. It was a difficult decision to make and at times (like this week before the wedding), I am starting to feel sad again about it. However, I know I made the right decision. I think everyone in the world has had to make some tough decisions and this is one of them for me.

I wanted to do a podcast episode to share a bit about what I’ve been going through during this pandemic. I hope this episode shared a little light in a bride’s story and hopefully, it helps somebody out there!

Listen to my podcast here

Hope you enjoy this episode!


What Is Self-Love And How Can You Practice It

This is a quote I took from this week’s podcast on the Self-Love Corner Podcast. This is what I defined self-love as in my own words. Even though it’s a little long-winded, I think every part of this definition defines self-love. Self-love is a great journey to be on and it doesn’t have or need a destination. It can be quite challenging finally accept yourself for you, understanding who you are, and loving everything about yourself. It is a hard journey and an uphill battle at times, but a beautiful journey which is worth it.

Please check out my podcast episode here

How do you practice self-love?

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Hello everyone!

It’s been a while since I’ve last posted on here (about 7 months, I’m so sorry). Hope you are all doing well during all these strange times. I feel so much has happened in these 6 months. 2020 will be a year to remember, but also be a growing year.