The Road to Acceptance is the same road to Joy


The hardest thing about doing this Trilogy journey is the introspection and coming to terms with the realities of the world you’ve built. For months now, I wondered if I was bipolar cause there were manic days and depressive days but I was always high functioning and every google that had a checklist said I […]

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Paints & Mess


Friday night, I decided to plan a loving activity with Sydney instead since Lance had to attend a seminar on Saturday. I bought tile art and washable finger paints. I was quite excited and I was playing a hundred possible reactions in my head. As we were finishing call centre at home, I started getting […]

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Newsletter Article


Living Loud with Leap 1-83! By Day 3 of the first Intensive, I was already cycling through bursts of high and low energies. It was also very confusing why there were so many people suddenly coming into the innov8 office and my imagination is going wild with potential initiation rituals. As we stepped into the […]

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Day 3


Work that allows “I’m not ok” days Music Hugs Exercise – 2 needed tomorrow Meditation – Oooops! Today was a day of feeling hurt and crying it out. But as coach said, it is only ok to be a victim for a short while and I knew I needed to start finding acceptance & love […]

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Day 1


1. Days when I can take and fetch my Sydney from school 2. Lance and I journeying through Leap together 3. Cozy House that makes staying at home fantastic Exercise Yoga With Adriene Home Day 19 Prayer or Meditation Yoga With Adriene 7min Meditation to start your day   Today, I was restless. I was […]

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Unexpected love story


The more obvious change is how you’ve turned our living space to your living space. The living room has a pram across each end, the coffee table has a rocker for centerpiece, there’s a big box of an unopened high chair in the kitchen, and colorful clutter — rattles, blankies, milk bottles, small clothes — […]

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Day 285


We’ve been on the journey of battling PCOS for almost 2 years now, intermittently on the first year and religiously for the past 4 months. Despite having a number of people understand what we’re going through, there’s still a greater majority that don’t fully grasp the physical, emotional, and psychological impacts of it. There is still […]

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