I Made it Out by Avishai El #IMADEITOUT




“I Made It Out” details the raw, uncut, and honest life events of Avishai El. She is 32 years old and decided to write this book to help other people who are going through situations that they feel as though they can’t get out of. She affirms that you can get out of any situation and provides historical context in which she used her mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual capacities to face challenges head on. In order to maintain peace, one has to go through things in life to get there. She has gone through ups and downs. All readers from all walks of life will be able to relate to her shared experiences. On days where you feel low in life and on days where you feel high on life, opening this book and reading it will provide you with the tools you need to succeed no matter what. Some of the imagery is explicit to paint a visual picture for the reader.

If she could get through it you can. You can make it out.







Avishai El is an international best-selling author of the Power of Why Book Series.  She is an international, professional speaker, and host of the most blunt holistic health podcast, Avi Unfiltered.  She is a Spiritual Medium and Holistic Health Coach who empowers people to fulfil their purpose and destiny on this planet.  Teaching others the holistic lifestyle utilising nutrition, lifestyle, and spiritual methods is her passion.  Avishai has worked with women all over the world and has helped them lose weight, change their mental health for the better, develop businesses, and reverse several diseases.  She has won an award for educating hundreds of people on the benefits of essential oils.  Hospitals have entrusted her to be on hospital papers as a holistic nurse for cancer patients.  People come to her when they are in a health crisis and Avishai has saved lives using holistic therapies.  As an avid vegan she heavily promotes the plant-based, vegan lifestyle.  The planet and Human Rights mean everything to her as she affirms everyone has the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  She comes from ancient ancestry and is currently in the process of learning her native languages: Latin, Moorish Latin (Modern Day Spanish), Chaldean (Modern Day Hebrew), Arabic, and Amharic.  Astrology and medical research on an array of topics geek her out, and is something she thoroughly enjoys studying.  Black, white, and grey are her go-to colours and the minimalistic lifestyle brings her so much peace.  She is multitalented and when she’s not writing, speaking, coaching clients, or running her many businesses, she is doing some form of interior design, graphic design, honing in on her innate makeup skills, randomly playing violin, singing, doing comedy, and so much more.








I would walk 500 miles, and I did!

On March 22nd, 2021, I had a left total hip replacement. In addition to the exercises I had to do daily, I set out walking not far at first. In the beginning, I did well to walk to the property line closest to the front door with the aid of my two-wheeled walker. However, never in my wildest dreams did I think I could walk as many miles, including that day (lots of steps from the car to the operating theatre) until the day before I saw my surgeon for a follow-up visit on November 4th.

Can we have a drum roll, please…
March 22nd, until midnight November 3rd, I managed to get an astounding number of miles walked!
Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you. I walked 500 miles in that time frame. Crazy, eh? It was 502.10 miles. And those are the only ones recorded. Some would have occurred when I was moving about not wearing my Fitbit because it was “charge-challenged” and sat on its charger.

To put this into perspective, it would be approximately the equivalent of walking from the CN Tower in downtown Toronto to Science North in Greater Sudbury and back.

I had good days and bad. My worst was April 16th, when I only had 295 steps or .12 miles. It must have rained heavily that day because I was out every day, even if it was just around the block. My best day was August 23rd, when I achieved 21,339 steps or 8.45 miles.

As a result of all my hard work, I feel better. I’ve likely lost weight, although I’ve not stepped on the scales to see. I know when I returned to work I was asked if I’d lost weight. That’s an added bonus of walking.

My next goal is to reach 1000 miles by the anniversary date of my surgery. I’m a further 12.51 miles closer after yesterday’s multiple treks.

Yay me!!!


N.N. Light’s Book Heaven 7th annual Holiday Gift Guide #holidaygifts #books

I’m one of the many authors taking part in N.N. Light’s Book Heaven 7th annual Holiday Gift Guide.
Book Heaven

Need a holiday shopping hand this year? I’ve teamed up with several award-winning/bestselling/top-rated authors to bring you the ultimate holiday gift guide for any book lover. The best part: it’s an online store. Scroll away and do all your holiday shopping in one place. Who knows? You might even find a few books you’d enjoy for yourself. https://www.nnlightsbookheaven.com/holiday-gift-guide

Throughout November, N.N. Light’s Book Heaven website will feature books in different genres.

11/1 – Audiobooks

11/3 – Contemporary Romance

11/5 – Holiday Fiction/Romance, Historical Romance

11/8 – Mystery, Cozy Mystery/Cozy Crime

11/10 – Self-Help/New Age, Nonfiction

11/12 – Paranormal Romance, Paranormal/Supernatural/Horror

11/15 – Children’s Books, Middle Grade, Young Adult

11/17 – Women’s Fiction

11/19 – Fantasy/Science Fiction Romance, Fantasy/ Science Fiction

11/22 – Steamy/Erotic Romance

11/24 – Sweet Romance

My Christmas novella, It Happened on Dufferin Terrace, is in the Holiday Fiction/Romance category, which releases November 5. This first book in my “It Happened” series is priced 365 days a year at the low price of 99c/99p. That’s less than a cup of coffee.

What’s it about? Think “Miracle on 34th Street meets Sleepless in Seattle.

You have until January 1, 2022, so there’s plenty of time to shop.