I am building a life that will manifest wealth
I write this as I try to finish up all the required things to get this website to go LIVE and ready to go! I first started Wholistic Foodie back in 2013 shortly after I graduating from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. This was a place that I could share all of my nutrient dense recipes and also write informative articles on health and nutrition. I really hope that some of you reading this article saw the original aesthetic of the blog when I originally launched it… It’s was… hilarious.. and so ugly. I liked having my blog, but I know why it never took of. It didn’t have the love and dedication that I’ve put into this current website. Publishing recipes was just something I did when I had a little extra time on my hands. I didn’t know how to write recipes (the instructions I used to write were OH MY GOD awful), and I would take pictures on my iPhone 4. Not to fully dive into it, but I really didn’t dedicate time to growing my little blog baby until the end of 2018 after I graduated from culinary school. I stopped using my iPhone camera and started using my real deal camera and trying to learn food photography. But then my life crumbled after my mom passed away in March 2019, and I wasn’t able to focus on growing my blog as I was focusing on my own mental health and living with grief. So when I got my two feet back on the ground, I decided I was going to focus on my blog again. Launching a new website has been something I have wanted to do for YEARS. But creating a new blog required takes A LOT of time and effort and I didn’t know where to begin and didn’t really have the time.
But then COVID-19 got crazy. Like, really crazy. The whole world started to shut down to slow the spread of the virus and as a result, I (along with so many other people) got laid off from work. For the first time in my life, I had nothing but time. So I said “fuck it” and I took money from my savings account and invested in a new website. Why a website? The real answer is that I’m sick feeling poor. I’m sick of feeling that I’m not good enough to have a successful or beautiful website. And I’m sick of constantly feeling like I will never make enough money to feel comfortable.
Yes, I want this money to create monetary wealth. I can finally have site monetization, affiliate links and hopefully one day sell my own product via this website. I want to earn some cash, baby. But wealth doesn’t always mean physical money. Wealth is health. Wealth is having and living an abundant life. Wealth is being proud of accomplishments. Wealth is also the feeling of happiness and joy.
So while I do want to make monetary wealth from my website, first and foremost, I want it to bring total wealth to my life.
So as I finish writing this and continue to check things off my list of things to do before I take this website live in a few weeks, I am focusing on building a life that will manifest wealth, in every sort of way possible.