About Me

Hello! Im Maddie. Welcome to my space of love, acceptance and wellness.

 

I am a mum to two beautiful  children  James and Izzy who are 6 (TWINS). I have a partner Kevin.

I currently live on the coast of Victoria by some lovely beaches with my dog and cat and my family. 

I have a lot on my plate but I love it. I am currently studying a bachelors degree in Emergency Management and work part time (mostly night) at my local supermarket. I also have 2 business that go along side this blog. 

I am super into health and wellness. I love food! especially chocolate ( who doesn’t). I have a passion for yoga and meditation. I have an intuition like nothing else. I am connected to the moon and accept all the universe has to offer me. I love MAGIC. I have a passion for angles and tarot cards. I am a witch and self proclaimed spiritjunkie.

This blog is a space for me to create, inspire and share my love with the world. I really &  truly hope that I can inspire and help women find their voice and accept their true inner selves. I am still learning and growing myself and I can’t wait to share all the information I’m currently learning and my journey along the way.

A bit on my back ground

I haven’t always accepted my love of being a witch and for years I shoved it deep down and tried to ignore it, but that only made things worse and the universe just keep throwing challenges my way. I was shy to admit what I believed in and what I truly stood for. And the universe has a funny way of showing just how much we need to be true to ourselves. Over the past 2 years I’ve really started to get back into it and really accept that I see things differently. And more recently I’ve stopped allowing the fear to rule my life and just allow acceptance into my life. This has lead me to share my voice with the world more and stop caring about the opinions of others.

Through out all the challenges I have faced, I have been able to see just how strong we can be. How much love there is in the world but also seen the darker side of people.  The dark side is not pretty and I found my self in some low places and dealing with issues no young women or mothers should have to. BUT myself and my children where able to come out the other side, stronger and with louder voices then ever before. We have had a rough few years but I can now see the light at the end of a very dark tunnel. Thankfully our life is looking much more brighter.

During my teen year I was very depressed and had a lot of anxiety. This lead me to self-harm and for me to also leave home at a very young age (16) this also meant I dropped out of school as well. I spent from the age of 16 to 19 in New Zealand living away from my family and being on my own. I had some incredible experiences and learnt a lot about myself but I also got into a very bad relationship at the age of 17 and  this would later lead to me becoming pregnant with the twins at 19 to a man whom would show me just how dark this world could be. I left him before the twins where born due to family violence but it wouldn’t stop there. 6 1/2 years on I am still having to deal with him and go through family court but over the year things have only gotten worse. BUT I have also learnt how to cope and realise that I had strength I never knew was possible. And finally 2017 looks like it will be the year that we become free for him completely.

I am very open to sharing mine and the twins story in the hopes it will help others. I have learnt some much & been through a lot but I managed to come through it better then before.

BUT Enough with the past! On to the FUTURE.

The future is something I don’t have sorted but I am currently becoming a youth mentor and also a certified Divine Resonance Magic Practitioner.

My goal for the next 2 years is to become a certificated Health Coach & well on my way  to finishing my bachelor degree.

I am super excited for the future and I’m so excited for the next chapter of my life.

I look forward to getting to know everyone who connects with me. 

Blessed be and much love.

xoxo

 

 

 

 

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