Hiiiiiiii…. so I’m laying in bed (it’s Saturday night) and I’m trying to get the motivation to write a blog post. I challenged myself to have a blog post up every Sunday and a tutorial up every Tuesday and guys… I’m struggling. I’ve been sooooooooo tired lately! Sometimes sleeping 16 hours a night! I went to a naturopath finally and I know I need to make some serious changes to my lifestyle but it’s really hard to be motivated to do ANYTHING when literally all you want to do in life is sleep…
I did force myself to go to Montreal this week to meet up with a friend but it basically took everything in me to get there. And you want to know what I did when I got there? Mostly slept! Lol. I know I shouldn’t laugh cause it’s actually really tragic… but c’est la vie right? I did manage to venture out one of the days when I was there and my friend took some pretty amazing pictures that I wanted to share with you!
We didn’t really have a plan for the day so we just ventured out but we ended up at the amazing Saint Joseph’s Oratory. We were just going to take a few photos outside but little did we know what kind of cool stuff there was to see inside!
I instantly felt like I was in Europe, which was totally awesome! Everything was absolutely gorgeous, so old but SO well maintained. There was so much to see including a crypt AND a real confessional! I had never seen one in real life and I was sooooooo tempted to go in and reveal my deepest darkest secrets! (We would have been kicked out!)
I started a blog post about my amazing adventures in Montreal but it was fake and forced. So here I am being honest with you guys. I feel crummy. Most days I just want to stay in bed all day, and some days I DO stay in bed all day! It’s so much easier for me to write when I write about how I’m actually feeling and don’t try to glamorize and lie to you guys! I’m hoping I start feeling better soon so everything I do can start to bring me joy again instead of feeling like a massive chore! Thanks for bearing with me… as always, your love and support is what does give me the little motivation I can muster up these days!