Life doesn’t come with a manual becoming an adult in one of the frustrating things any individual has to go through. I learned that in a very interesting way. In 2016 I just graduated from high school and became an adult and went off to college despite not knowing exactly what I wanted to do with my life. We are often stuck with the life we want and the one our parents think is best for us. My first semester of college was rough because I was studying some medical major while at the same time trying to pursue my career as a blogger. In 2018 I decided to leave college to try to figure out my stuff I felt I couldn’t handle a third semester of college mentally. I had to figure out the life I wanted and the life I thought I was meant to have. In 2019 not being in college and starting my 21st year as a lifestyle blogger. It was the first time in my life where I felt truly free to be who I was. I would often spend my time writing in union square in manhattan often with Panera or Starbucks. I decided to go to a yoga class with a teacher aka one of the greatest people I ever met Danielle. The rest is history and that is a very good thing. Each time I would go to yoga I would get adrenaline a feeling of happiness and my social life began to grow. I started to grow my confidence and I got to reinvent myself self-creating a new life I soon forgot who I used to be and couldn’t go back to how things used to be. When you doing new things and finding people who bring out the good energy in you. It changes you and you become a better person and the person you were is no longer there and you become a better stronger happier healthier version of yourself. I Quit a lot of bad habits when I became a yogi and started a new life with these different people. I no longer would just want to smoke whenever I felt stressed. I still do yoga during the pandemic over zoom of course or Instagram live. I’m a healthier version of myself and no longer look back to my old life or who I used to be because that person turns over. I’m finally starting to live a life that’s truly mine.