Sunday was a weird day. Death of Kobe Bryant. Coronavirus spreading. Trump impeachment news. Protests all across the world. Seemingly worse and worse natural disasters all across the world. And it’s only the end of January.
One of the biggest reasons why I didn’t start writing sooner was the belief that I had nothing of value to offer anyone.
Where do I begin? Well, let me start off by saying this, I’m a very private person who has a very small circle but as I celebrated my 40th Birthday I also reflected on my growth, past decisions, relationships with people in general & had an epiphany of just how far I have came & I believe there is someONE who could benefit from the lessons I have been taught by life.
Many people these days are taking the help of Life Coaches to deal with their personal, family, educational and professional problems.
There are many days when I don’t feel like I’m good enough. And it doesn’t have to be just one thing; I would feel down in my soul that I’m not good at anything.
Shy and introverted; two words that are often used interchangeably, in fact, they are regularly considered to have identical meanings. In reality, they are quite different. While one stems from a lack of confidence in oneself, the other stems from a preference for a quiet environment. One is something that can be improved through self-reflection and personal growth, the other a way of being and operating in the world.
I find there are far too many spiritual explanations for crystals and it can seem overwhelming, like there is far too much information to take in to feel like anyone can fully understand crystals and their properties.
So, today’s post is going to be very different; because it’s about my personal life, rather than my take on the outside word. It dawned on me this past week that I am turning 24 today, and it brought up a lot of different emotions in me; for different reasons. The past 5 years have been filled with so many incredible moments, good and bad. And I say incredible for the bad moments because looking back now I wouldn’t take a single thing back. I wouldn’t want to do a single thing differently. Not the tears. Not the heartache. Not the depression. Not the anxiety. None of it. Because I would not be who am I today, on my 24th birthday, without going through everything that I went through.
Hey, so good to see you again, I have something on my mind, care to chat?
Ok, so it’s day three into our weekly challenge of beginning one healthy habit and dumping a bad one. How’s it going? Do you find the euphoria of change wearing off, do you find yourself drifting back into those old habits? Snap out of it, you have a long way to go. It’s going to be hard; it’s going to be challenging but it will also be rewarding.