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User Image agutinstinct Posted: Feb 18, 2018 11:46 PM (UTC)

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Gratitude Post
14yrs ago yesterday we arrived into Melbourne on a one way ticket with a Permanent Residency VISA in our passport.
Leaving everything behind including great jobs and selling two homes. We arrived with a few suitcases, and some boxes that can by ship which held more clothing and sentimental stuff.
14 yrs on we now call Brisbane home and have for almost 10yrs and we have two beautiful children. When we arrived we both smoked and we enjoyed drinks lots of 🍷. I made a pledge to give up smoking when I arrived and I can openly say I have stuck to that 99% of this time.
If you look at the life we have created we are so much healthier eating fresh organic produce, removing gluten, grain, dairy and sugar from our diet, discovered the magic of Kinesiology and I am now able to study this amazing energy healing modality so I can help not only my family but others too.
I found my tribe, truly am blessed with the most amazing network of friends who actually get me. They understand me and see that what I do for my kids to heal them is not only hard work but so rewarding too. The transformation of both my children is immense and for that I am grateful to the guidance from the amazing practitioners we see.
I am grateful to my husband who is there to support me and my business looking after the home and kids whilst I go do my thing to bring financial freedom and healing to so many people I meet.
I am grateful to call Australia home and to be a dual citizen. I am grateful to have this amazing pool where I can go and swim laps everyday.
I am grateful for the little brown bottles of oil I get to use on a daily basis multiple times that mean when my child is sick with cold on a Friday night they have bounced back and 95% better in time for school on Monday.
What are you grateful for today?
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