New Goals, New Me: My Life Reimagined!

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It’s hard to think that just four years ago this month I packed two suitcases and moved from Baltimore to New York to sleep on a friend’s couch. My only goal was to figure out how to make it as a style and beauty editor. Fast forward to 2016, and I am now a published author, look at God. WOW! Talk about life reimagined. So when I was asked to try out the Life Reimagined program and blog about it, I immediately said yes. I wanted to see how much further I could take my new goals, the new me! (Oh you can do it too, Click here!)

So what is Life Reimagined? 

An online, subscription-based service, Life Reimagined helps millions of Americans explore, dream, and plan for what’s next in life. Fueled by a coalition of experts who are on the cutting edge of their fields, the personalized platform provides a place where people can go to discover what is meaningful to them, navigate life’s crossroads, and find new possibilities. It’s able to connect to users via multiple touch points, to keep you constantly inspired along your path.

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So basically… it’s BAE…online!

They offer a lot of different services and some are free, other services might need you to get up and get your wallet. For me I wanted to site to help answer the “What’s next for you?” question. Not only is it a question that you guys ask me a lot, it’s a question I’ve been asking myself. I’m definitely in a transitional time in my life. So it’s like…do I keep the blog? Do I focus on writing more books? Can I do both? Ugh, see my struggles?!

I’m looking to Life Reimagined to help me sort out the many dreams and goals that I have.

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The program will ask you to create a LifeMap and begs you to answer the most pressing question I think we are all constantly trying to figure out. Your purpose? This exercise was super helpful because I had never wrote down my purpose. I can passionately spit it out in a conversation among friends but I’ve never written this down. Please believe me when I say that I printed out this visual mosaic of my purpose statement.

Once you’ve completed your LifeMap you can literally get lost in content and virtual help. With activities, quizzes and articles on the three most important areas of our lives (well-being, work, and relationships) it’s super easy to spend all day on the website.

I also learned that the Life Reimagined program is based around the book Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilitieswritten by Richard J. Leider and Alan M. Webber. I’ve read the reviews and it’s a fast read so I bought it just to go along with my services too.

I’ll be trying out some coaching services and I’m hoping that this program will put some things into perspective. I want to be able to combine my talent and passion for inspiring others and create passive income for myself. Stay tuned, I’ll be diving deep into the program and giving you another blog post on the benefits.

But don’t be jealous you can do the same too! Sign up here!


Disclosure: While this post is sponsored by Life Reimagined, you beauties know that all thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that make my blog possible!

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1 Comment

  1. Norma's Washbelly
    September 21, 2016 / 3:19 pm

    I’m only at your introduction and I had to write in to say thank you.
    Your line about feeling guilty struck such a nerve.

    I’m not only grieving the sudden loss of my mom but I’m also grappling with intense and crushing guilt that:

    1. none of her children were by her side when she died and I felt like she was so loved that this was particularly unfair;
    2. I was thousands of miles away because I emigrated for love and new career opportunities;
    3. I should have somehow known she was that ill. After all, I dreamt I had lost my teeth. Everyone knows that according to folklore, that means someone’s going to die!
    4. Did she secretly feel like all her kids had burdened her so much with their problems that she felt she couldn’t tell us how ill she felt? Was I too wrapped up in my own problems that I wasn’t as vigilant and aggressive with her re: not feeling well?

    She died the day before I was scheduled to arrive home and I feel like I’ve failed her. I feel like I fundamentally failed the one person who had never let me down. The person who was truly my ride or die.
    The person who kept me sane when I lost hope over these last 3 years.

    I don’t even know if I’m grieving the ‘right’ way but I do know that I’m grateful for this book even if it dredges up what I’ve worked hard in the last 2 months to suppress.
    Thank you.

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