Showing posts from January, 2019

Diego's Reactivity - An Update

Hey guys! Welcome to my first real post of 2019! I was going through a bit of a weird rut in life at the start of this year, and couldn't bring up any energy to write or do much really. Thankfully I have had the support of family and friends who have got me through this weird time, and made me excited to be productive and achieve my goals. If you aren't already, I highly suggest you subscribe to our YouTube channel as I am making content over there at least once a week, and potentially will be increasing to twice a week when I can. Also, I post a lot more on our Instagram Page, so make sure you are following that too. With all that basic 2019 housekeeping done, let's get into today's post!

If you weren't aware, Diego is a reactive dog. It wasn't always this way, and has evolved over the years that I have had him. I have already made a few posts on this subject, so if you want the full insight please feel free to read them here. I last left you in May of 2018 wh…

18 Things we achieved in 2018

Welcome to 2019 everyone! It is weird to think that 2018 is over, cause not only did it feel like the longest year of my life, it also went by the quickest. I feel overall that 2018 felt quite sad, that I didn't achieve much and that generally my mental health seemed constantly on the edge. However, then I looked back and saw what I actually did, achieved and saw in 2018 and was honestly, quite surprised. I know everyone is doing look backs at the year on Instagram, and I have too, but I love seeing people happy about what they did in a year. I think it is super inspiring as well as a good chance to actually remember what might have been done in a year. That's why I decided to write this blog post, as a chance for me to remember and congratulate myself as well as hopefully inspiring some of you to go out on a limb in 2019.

Here is 18 things that Diego and I done in the year of 2018:

1. Fiji
This one is actually insane. I haven't travelled much in my life, and the times I h…