Here, it's all about dialing up the ordinary to extraordinary, making sure that when you hit the rewind button on life, you're met with moments that are nothing short of epic.

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About Me • About Me • About Me •

Welcome, Friends

Hi, I’m Lakin

I might be from Punxsutawney, but I don’t let my life feel like it’s Groundhog Day. 

I'm on a quest to shake up the status quo through the way people think and live— by questioning societal norms and embracing the unconventional., I'm here to prove that life is more exciting when you color outside the lines.

Here, we thrive on the unscripted adventures and those spontaneous nights that transform into the stories you can't stop telling.

It's about adopting a mindset where every choice is an opportunity to infuse your life with depth, laughter, and the unexpected plot twists that make your personal highlight reel anything but predictable.

Breaking away from monotony is kind of my thing.


I want to help you work, live, and think differently. I write with the purpose of sharing stories, shifting perspectives, introducing new ideas, and leaving you feeling inspired to take on the world. 

You won’t find cookie-cutter how-tos here

A digital, curated mix of bold thoughts and practical tips for a refreshing escape from the mundane and inspiration for a life less ordinary.

Are you crafting  a life that's as binge-worthy as your favorite series?

or just endlessly scrolling through a routine as uninspired as reruns?

Let’s face it—Ted Mosby took 208 episodes of safe plays and commitment wobbles to finally unveil ‘How I Met Your Mother.’ And Rachel Green? Her leap through a bathroom window from her own wedding to Central Perk was the plot twist we never knew we needed.

Here’s the deal: I’m pushing you to live a life that’s not just watchable, but absolutely legendary.

Stuck in a plot penned by societies blueprint?It’s time to rip that script to shreds. Picture a story so rich with adventure, spontaneity, and heart-stopping moments, you’ll look back and think, "Wow, did I really do all that?"