Writers are special people, but bloggers I think are extra special people. There’s something a little swaggy about bloggers; they’re fun and creative, exciting and adventurous. They leave an element of surprise to their readers with what’s next. And writing a new blog each week illuminates the child inside of us who wants to talk about something new all the time, or in my case talk about new things regarding wellness, lifestyle and self-development, the purpose for what I do here. As a blogger myself, I truly enjoy what it’s like to experience the thrill that comes from living life with excitement and purpose and being able to share it with you this way.

Now that I’m back in the writing zone again I have found it very rewarding to read your emails and comments about the blog so keep them coming. The special edition travel series was just as much fun for me to write as I hope it was for you to read it. Was it?

As it comes to an end—the series, not the blog, lol, there are a few important things I want you to take away from it. So here goes:

Asha Tarry
Asha Tarry, Life Coach

● The time you spend outside of your comfort zone will be more rewarding than you think once you begin to have less fear about the unknown.

● How you choose to live each day on this Earth doesn’t begin with a vacation, but rather it begins with how you intend to live each day.

● Life is about adventure and if you don’t plan to have an exciting life then what else have you limited yourself to believing about it?

● As much as we are worried about the worldwide devastation of the #coronavirus, I’m more concerned about what I can do every day to support my immune health and that’s why I intended my trip back to Morocco to be one that was going to be both rejuvenating and healing, and it was.

Since I came back to the U.S. with a few spices (coriander, cumin, turmeric, ginger, black seeds and also lavender) from Morocco I have ingested a daily homemade cup of hot water, fresh ground ginger, and occasionally honey or lemon for additional flavor (as a tea &) as a remedy for inflammation (asthma, allergies, brain fog and overall swelling). The incredible improvements I’ve seen include a dramatic decline in coughing spells, prolonged energy, and mental clarity. My work has been very focused on a couple of big projects lately, so concentration is especially important with that as well as to my ongoing clinical work and coaching with clients.

Before I sign off however I have one more thing I want to share…and that is a surprise for you…

I will be bringing the culture of my roots in Morocco to the United States this year via online wellness classes and New York City themed events. And you will be the 1st to know before those events go live! How exciting is that? The next stage of the game is leveling up with your health, lifestyle and self-development as a movement and we’re going to do it with vision, purpose and in style.

Remember this: when you ask the Universe to show you how to do more greatly—my mantra–it shows you how to do it and do it with love. Feel the blessings, Village. I’ll see you all soon!

*This blog is about becoming free. It’s a reflection of introspective thoughts and experiences that have crossed miles of self-discovery. I created this blog to inspire others to live life with less self-criticism, judgment and openness to new experiences. May you find that you learn how to live a life by design and on your own terms!*

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