Tonight is Back-to-School night at my daughter's high school.
I can't believe she's a freshman already. And in just a few years she's going to be on her own.
The preparation for her future has already begun but it seems more official now.
She did a few wonderful things this past summer...
- Spent 3 weeks in Denmark with her dad and his family.
- Got a taste of a real job working for an actual company
- Found a mentor who can and wants to help guide her
Her mentor is a senior at an Ivy League school who has already sold his first company last year. He's definitely going places.
How did she find her mentor?
He and I met at a coffee shop.
How did she find her job?
Her boss is a friend of mine.
Do you notice the common link with her 3 major activities this summer?
They were all gotten because of personal connections.
And most importantly, her willingness to be open, try new things, meet new people when those opportunities were presented to her.
As you continue on your fertility journey, keep your eyes and heart open to receive anyone or anything that can help you along the way.
This road is not meant to traveled alone.
It's too complex and no one person has all the answers. Shockingly, not even me. :p
Like my daughter's path, it's also meant to take time so requires a lot of patience, resilience, commitment, and focus.
Especially if you're over 35yo, been diagnosed with poor egg quality, have had repeated failed IVFs, or recurrent miscarriages.
I'll be rolling out lots of new stuff to help you on your journey.
Some free, like these emails.
Some not free, like my online program to be revealed shortly.
Either way, they will help you as you try to get pregnant.
All my best,
Julie Chang, L.Ac.
Natural Fertility Eggspurt