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005: What I've been up to, Turning 32, How My Vision Board Party Turned out and How I Handled Getting Insulted

Season 1, Ep. 5

It's been awhile since my last episode! I needed a break! In this episode I update you on my personal life, career and more since I last spoke to you. I discuss turning 32 years old, how I had my best AND worst year ever in 2018, getting a new dog, how my vision board party turned out, what I did for New Years and lastly, how I internally handled getting insulted by a fellow realtor. It's a short but fun episode. I'm myself and I curse :D HAPPY NEW YEAR! Wishing you all the best!


Some of the resources I mention in this episode:


-Annabelle's Instagram

-Meal and fitness plans by Victoria Kult (Only in French!)

-Book: The Four Agreements

-Book: The 5 Second Rule (I loved the audio)

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