Moving to Victoria was a big life shift for me in so many ways. The most noticeable change for my blog friends will be that I just have not been able to produce new content. Maybe I can get out a post or two a year, but that’s just how things are right now.
I did a post last year about my boat trip to see the orcas, and just a few days after that, I did a trip to learn about falconry and handle some amazing raptors. Friends, that’s a post I’ve been wanting to do ever since JULY. JULY!!!! And it’s March already now! UGH!
I’m still here, I’m still being psychic and my sessions have been regularly booking. I am so grateful to my clients and my blog friends who are still interested in my services even though I’m not able to create new content right now.
When I started this blog, I used to just work 30 hours per week, and I spent 8 – 15 hours a week working on the blog or my podcast. There are many reasons why I do not want to make my psychic business my full time income, and that has never been my goal. Now, not only do I work 40 hours a week at my new job, and I continue to do sessions almost every Sunday, but I’m working through school. It’s going steadily, but very slowly, because I have to make progress in the 1 – 3 hours per day I can find before I go to work. There just is not time for blog posts or new podcast episodes while I’m working full time, doing sessions part time, and working through school part time.
It won’t be like this forever, and I love writing and creating this content too much to set this aside permanently. This is just my current phase of life. I am sure I’ll come back to writing here, I’m just not sure when right now. The whole reason I’m putting so much work into my employed life and my student life right now is so that I can ultimately start to progress in my employment / work life again, which is not only exciting and an enriching path forward in my life, it will also, eventually, mean I will have *more time* for my spiritual practice. I will ALWAYS be a practising psychic, and I anticipate even after I retire from my employment life, I’ll be doing sessions for the rest of my time on earth.
For now, this blog will be a way for me to keep in touch with you and let you know when I’m running a special on my sessions. I do this at least once a year, usually twice per year, and if you’d like me to email you with my specials and discounts on sessions, please join the Friendship Circle! You will immediately get a coupon code for your next session with me when you join the Friendship Circle, and you’ll be sure to receive all of the other special offers I have just as soon as I create them.
You can always reach out to me personally by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
2 thoughts on “I’m still here, friends!”
I remember working full-time while in law school full-time and a single mother of 3 children. It was an intense time of life and I ended up married with 4 children by the time I graduated! At least you don’t have to worry about that! What i really mean to say is that it won’t last forever and we’ll be here when you are done and come up for air. Best wishes with the tough tasks before you!
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There’s a season for all things. Glad to see your face and read your words! XO