And just like that another month has come and gone. Time continuously creeps by, with no warning and no sound. I can’t believe the summer months are wrapping up and fall is just around the corner. It’s weird not to have school to attend in the fall anymore. Semesters were always a good marker of time, but without them the year just stretches on endless.

Life has been a roller coaster, but I’m continuously reminding myself to be gentle and that nothing is permanent. Bad days only last 24 hours and good days only last 24 hours.

August was a good month, I’ve been working on getting into good routines like meal prepping on Sunday’s for my lunches and practicing yoga daily. I’ve even enrolled in a course to get a certification to become a health coach. I feel passionate about living an authentic life where I am my best self and I would eventually like to assist others to step into their own power of being fully themselves and feeling their best. The course is just as in-depth and lengthy as I thought it would be, but it’s nice to be working towards a goal again.

Anyways, here’s my August in pictures:

My friend cooked lobster rolls and they were absolutely delicious.

A rainbow after a big shower.

Randomly got to see my best friend the other day and it was wonderful.

I got elected as recruitment chair on my rugby team’s board! My responsibility is to spread the word of rugby to people in the community and try to get people to come practice with us and see if they want to join our team. It’s pretty cool to be on the board and it gives me an excuse to talk to random people about rugby!

My cat brought me a bunny…. It was still alive, so I picked my cat up and brought her inside and the bunny hopped away… I hope it lived.

The latest novel I’ve been reading, it’s very intriguing and I’m hooked on it.

My rugby team at our beer bust fundraiser!

One of my previous roommates gave me this plant before we parted ways and moved out. It’s a passion flower and it’s my favorite plant. I somehow kept it alive through last winter. I’m interested to see how it does this winter..

And just like that, September is upon us.