This is the part I hate the most, writing about myself. It’s like when you go into a job interview for the first time and the interviewer asks “so tell us a little about yourself.” In my head, there are a million things I could say about Hayley Chisholm, it’s putting it into “structured” sentences that’s difficult. But who needs structure anyways? I’m just going to write some basic stuff and as you follow my stories, you’ll learn a lot about me!
A little something about me…
My name is Hayley Adele Chisholm (yes Adele, like the amazing singer-songwriter). I was born in Toronto, Ontario but moved to the small northern town of Sudbury, Ontario when I was very young. I call this place my temporary home with hopes to eventually find my escape. Like many others, I haven’t quite found where that is, but I won’t stop searching until I find it.
I am animal obsessed. I love all animals. I have two dogs, Oscar and Abigail. You’ll probably read a lot about them in my blog lol. I believe that animals deserve to be treated the same way we treat each other.
I work a boring desk job and then I have a small pet nannying business on the side, which keeps things interesting. I like the smell of earth, the touch of waves, the taste of coffee, the sight of trees, the sound of laughter, and the feeling of being fully alive. I try to always have a smile on my face and to stay optimistic no matter what.
Like many other people in this world, I have no clue what the hell I’m doing with my life. I graduated from college, took a bunch of extra courses thinking I knew what I wanted to do…but I don’t. I have some ideas, but for some reason, I can’t settle down on one. So, that’s what I’m currently trying to figure out, amongst all things, I’m just trying to figure out life.
I’m going to use this blog to share my journey of self-discovery, and also to share my rants and a bunch of other random things in this chaos of a life I call my own. ❤️
“I realized there is no shame in being honest. There is no shame in being vulnerable. There is no shame in being lost. It’s the beauty of being human.”