Hello Wonderful You

I’m so glad you are here – my little spot on the world wide web (yep, I still like to call it that). It’s where I share things that are meaningful to me in hopes of inspiring you – wonderful you – to live a life with a little more ease and joy than you had before you dropped by.

Who Am I?

I’m Seska Lee, a 40-something gal who lives a simple and often goofy life online and off. My life is simple in that I discovered some mindful and minimalist life strategies that bring balance and equanimity to my day-to-day experience and help me live according to my Core Desired Feelings and values.

I used to say that I live a glamorous life because I was deeply involved in burlesque performance for more than a decade. I retired from performing in November of 2017 and while I still adore glittery, silly performances and shows, I’m now focusing my energy on work and family life. It’s what brings me much satisfaction and pleasure these days.


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I blog here at www.seskalee.com about the lessons I have learned during my life and share the bits of wisdom I have gained along the way. Some of my favourite topics include nutrition, mindfulness, The Desire Map , simplicity and eco-friendly sustainable living. I’m currently fascinated by living well in mid-life – in particular perimenopause – and I’m chronicling my experiences as I navigate this little spoken about time in life. *

I’ve been documenting my life’s journey online since 1998 and my current blog is an evolution of that. A whole lot different than what I shared in the beginning, but it’s authentically me as I am right now.

I hope you enjoy your time here at my lifestyle blog.

All my best,


Perimenopause affects more than just CIS women. There are people who don’t identify as women who also experience perimenopause and menopause. I’m trying to write in a way that reflects this, but I may mistakes from time to time. Language is evolving a little slower than people’s experiences. As I know better, I’m aiming to do better. Thanks for your patience and understanding.