I worked in corporations, advertising and PR agencies. Personally I have always been interested in people and healthy lifestyle. I traveled, practiced sports and ate “healthy”. I was always on the run. I had problems with bowel, couldn’t sleep, was nervous, losing hair, swelling, had severe headaches lasting for weeks, mood swings and many others, but I did not put the pieces together.
The first breakthrough came when after I had lived in Italy for a several years – a place where slow life movement was born – the idea of a real life. I tasted good food and learned how to live a moment and notice the charms of everyday life. In Italy women are beautiful, food is delicious and wine has rich flavor. It helped me understand that it is never too late (or too early) to live the way I want.
I returned to Poland, but not to corporation.
The second breakthrough came when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto. I panicked, unsuccessfully looking for help and solutions other than taking pills. I thought that if I didn’t not I get specialists’ help and information, the disease would consume the remains of my energy. But I didn’t give up. I felt that I could do something to feel better. I wanted to know what I can do to give myself a chance for a better life.
The third breakthrough came with my education. It was a long way through learning, experiments, that led me eventually to the place where I am today. I fought with myself, and I am grateful that fate has rewarded my determination. I combined everything I’d learned, I developed a program that allowed me to gradually regain balance. It was an important motivating factor and a foundation of my business. Today I am optimistic woman who has no symptoms of the disease and want to share my knowledge. To be in this place, I’ve finished a lot of schools, training, courses, participated in many webinars, read many books and spent many hours searching for knowledge. I’ve met many wonderful people who were my inspiration and motivation for further exploration. Every day I learn something new and will never start to think that I know everything.