I am a 20 something suburban living gal who is annoyingly happy, a moderate klutz and as stubborn as a bull (but hey I’m a Taurus). I hold a B.A. in Political Science which deepened my appreciation and understanding of the role of politics in all areas of my life. I currently work in the family business in the healthcare industry. I am flawed in many ways, enjoy good conversation and love a good face mask. I’ve always enjoyed meeting new people, sharing experience and learning, unlearning and relearning everything I thought I knew. I am certainly not a professional writer so please forgive any grammatical or spelling mistakes. I am definitely not what I appear to be and defy all preconceived notions of who and what I am and/or should be. I’m vivacious, loving and swears that laughter can change the world.
I decided to start ASHARE.ca as a place to share my thoughts, opinions and things I enjoy all in one place. ASHARE.ca stands as a reminder to myself, and hopefully others, that we are all human, we all go through things and this thing we call life, is a game worth playing. It is my hope that my journey and what is shared on the pages of ASHARE.ca inspires others. I explore a variety of topics and conversations that aim to aid (in one way or another) in leading a more enriched and fulfilled life.
There is a long history behind the smile, the laughs and all the world sees. I have always maintained a positive attitude. I am super vivacious in every sense of the word. My carefree spirit and outgoing personality has allowed for very open interactions with a diverse range of people. I introduce a sense of authenticity and genuinity into everything I do which allows me to connect with people and people to connect with me. This way of being and thinking also transcends directly into my everyday life and how I manage self and how I experience, interact and navigate the world. In all of this, I realized that finding yourself and living our your most authentic self is limited. I offer this site and my services to help people help themselves. I advocate self-love, self-awareness, mental health and the many things that going into being the best version of yourself every day.