Hi, I’m Alli
I started this blog to bring attention to what I call “Alli Days”, an entire day spent completely alone without any distractions of errands, chores or a phone, and simply a day where you do whatever you want to your hearts content. I wanted to encourage people to incorporate them into their lives, share ideas and tips for spending time alone and having their own “name Days”, but I love to write, I love to ask questions and find answers, so I soon found myself posting other things.
I’m a recovered burnt out nurse turned travel nurse, I’ve seen a ton of Canada, I have dog friends in ALMOST every town, and I have happily traded in my Saturday nights freezing cold in line to get in to the country bar, for a night in doing a puzzle with a glass of wine.
I write a lot. I have a very curious mind, a very unpredictable lifestyle, I have experienced a ton of things and spent the last several years following my heart, as cheesy as that sounds, pursuing the things that are on my bucket list, having experiences I couldn’t dream of, being surprised by life time and time again. I don’t live a life that society tells me to, I don’t have any of the things that my peers have – kids, husbands, wives, pets, houses, cars, even houseplants! and at times that is hard for me to wrap my head around, but I try my best to live a life that is courageous, honest, exciting, and one where I jump through every door that opens to me with both feet.
In a world where everyone has a blog, an average of 4 sites to share things on, a world where we become “friends” with people we’ve never met in real life, and a place where everyone knows everything about you with the click of a button, I was hesitant to do this and to be honest I still don’t know what direction I want this to go, and I’m TERRIFIED to have people read my thoughts, but If I am able to influence even one person in the smallest way, then this will be worth it.
Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate you taking time to read what I have to say.
I promise to be honest and real and to hold back on as many puns as I can!