3 Must-Have Resources to Reinvent Yourself During Quarantine


Quarantine has been tough for many of us. Whether or not you're still employed, single, homeschooling or somewhere in between, Covid-19 has impacted us all in one way or another.


For the past few months, I felt like I was hitting a wall in my personal life, business and with my family. It was one challenge after another. I had a number of meltdowns moving to a new apartment in the midst of quarantine was also a nightmare.


I desperately wanted to reinvent myself.

I was ready to start over. Time for new beginnings. But how? Nothing I did seemed to get me further in my personal or professional life. I was stuck and couldn't seem to catch a break.

Gradually, I started to gain clarity by taking the smallest of small steps. I looked around at what was not working and went from there...

Taking tiny baby steps.


If I felt like crying, I allowed myself to weep. If I felt like taking a mid-morning nap, I slept without setting an alarm. If I felt like eating chips for dinner, I did just that.


I gave myself permission to follow the energy. By listening to my body, I was better able to tap into my intuition.


I started journaling and reflecting on tarot cards. Here are just a few of my aha moments while processing how these particular tarot cards applied to my business and personal life:




The Universe I tell ya. It's always talking to us if we are open to listening.

After a lot of introspection, I figured there's a reason why I'm here. In this new city, in my current circumstances, and with the current set of challenges. We are all here to learn. I'm learning to pick myself up.

In an attempt to take better care of my mental and physical health, every small step built up my confidence. Every step added more momentum. When the time comes for me to take on the next set of challenges and tougher issues, I'll be ready.


By shifting the energy ever so slightly with every step forward, I started seeing more opportunities in my business and personal life too. I gained clarity in my new calling and had a new sense of purpose. Ready to reinvent yourself?


Great, we can hold each other accountable. If you're looking to pivot in your career, start a business, or revamp your love life, I got you covered.


Here are some of the tools that helped me take steps to make the changes I needed in my personal and professional life!


Must-have resources for reinvention:


  1. Starseed Oracle Deck:


The Starseed Oracle is is a great tool for journaling and mediating. It's a breathtaking 53-card oracle deck for starseeds, empaths, lightworkers and seekers.


Starseeds are souls that first incarnated somewhere beyond this planet - many have a sort of 'knowing' from a young age.


Depicting energy portals, ancient sites, faraway planets and star systems, the oracle is otherworldly, literally opening a path to things that cannot be seen with our eyes.

2. Journal with Purpose



Journal with Purpose is the ultimate reference for journaling, packed with over 1000 motifs that you can use to decorate and enhance your bullet or dot journal pages. Copy or trace direct from the page, or follow one of the quick exercises to improve your skills.


Featuring all the journal elements you could wish for – banners, arrows, dividers, scrolls, icons, borders and alphabets – this amazing value book will be a constant source of inspiration for journaling and an 'instant fix' for people who find the more artistic side of journaling a challenge.


3. Brave Enough



Reading this book got me through many dark nights of the soul. Whether reading it on my Kindle or listening to the audio version, I was able to tune out all the outside noise in my life and focus on the wisdom of Cheryl Strayed's words.


From the best-selling author of Wild, a collection of quotes--drawn from the wide range of her writings--that capture her wisdom, courage, and outspoken humor, presented in a gift-sized package that's as irresistible to give as it is to receive.


Around the world, thousands of people have found inspiration in the words of Cheryl Strayed, who in her three prior books and in her "Dear Sugar" columns has shared the twists and trials of her remarkable life.


Her honesty, spirit, and ample supply of tough love have enabled many of us, even in the darkest hours, to somehow put one foot in front of the other--and be brave enough.