I am 40 something wife, mother, and an Omi (grandmother), a Certified Spiritual Healer with the Association of Spiritual Healers of Alberta (ASHA), a Usui Reiki Practitioner Level 1 & 2, Birth & Postpartum Doula, who has an addiction to books, learning new things whether it’s with the world or myself, treating myself and people with kindness, and is a Sudden Arrhythmia Death Survivor.

With this blog, I hope to reach out to people on many levels, from topics with others that suffered Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome (SADS), learning to live with an ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator),  or just life in general, kids, health, the possibilities are endless!

Thanks for taking the time to get to know me!


8 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello there! Its great to meet a fellow heart survivor with a desire to make a difference and reach out to others:) How long have you had your ICD? Amazing at how technology has changed over the years…so thankful we live during an age where we have been fortunate enough to have these implants to save our lives.

    Its great to meet you and I am certainly looking forward to following your blog:)

  2. Natasha

    Hi, I came across your blog! I am an avid runner, female. I had a svt experience when running and fainted before that, running. I was implanted with an ICD at the end of April of this year, and I am also on beta blockers. I am back running, but much slower and I now wear a heart rate monitor. I also am just doing about 3-4 miles 4 days a week now, instead of the heavier stuff I used to do. I feel great. The beta blockers slow me down a bit, but that is ok. I wanted to check in to see how you were doing these days? It is always nice to meet people who have similar conditions. Are you working out?


    1. Natasha thanks for reading! I know I haven’t written in awhile but I plan to write again soon. I did start running again last year but the dr told me that I shouldn’t so right now I ride bike, walk and yoga for exercise. I plan to run again but slowly 🙂 I couldn’t agree more with your comment about to meet people with similar conditions it helps understand what we go thru.


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