Finding MY (your) Ikigai

Updated: Nov 13

COVID-19 has been an interesting time to say the least


working from home in the same house as my significant other and with my 2 young adult children that were laid of for some time. Although, I felt very blessed to be able to work from home, I've been struggling for some time to find my purpose, and all this "being at home" has really brought it to a head. Again I was remined of the Japanese concept called "ikigai"


Where do I find JOY?

I am a believer in divine timing, and trusting in the unfolding of our lives.

Would I feel satisfied if I died tomorrow? Would I feel that I had a life well lived? Yes and no. There's so much more I want to do, so much more I have to give.


It's funny, I bought this domain 7 years ago with big hopes and dreams, and then I slipped back to question myself, to play small. Nothing really unique to me. We've probably all found ourselves doing that at one point or another in our lives. Have you been there? But I am a believer in divine timing, and trusting in the unfolding of our lives. I can see the pattern in the chaos in so many events of my life and when I recount them I am overwhelmed with gratit