For years I’ve wanted to have a healthy self imagine, to love myself for just being me. But for years what I thought of myself was mostly what I thought where else thought of me. This year I decided was the year I’d put the time and energy into learning who I am and why that’s enough. Here’s the first party of what I’ve learned so far.
I’m pretty sure the world hates me. Today I got up and got ready for work. When I went outside, I saw our next-door neighbor
I take my body for granted so many times and treat it horribly in the meantime. Here’s what I really want to say to my beautiful breathing body!
Why is it I just feel bad that I keep eating treats!? Why does my brain choose to focus on the one aspect that I’m not doing particularly well at instead of all the good I’m doing!?
What a weird weird time to be alive right now, especially as a mom. How do I help my children feel safe and secure when there is so much unknown in the world. How can I, as a mom, help my children with their school work on top of the emotional concern on top of keeping up with the house work and all the meals!?
I wanted today to be spiritual and memorable and wonderful. I had all the good intentions. But reality showed tired parents needing naps and emotional children displacing that emotion on each other.
My day went from being too tired to get out of bed to smashed eggs on the floor. Thankfully I had a Frozen 2 quote in my head to save the day!
We are so ready to say goodbye to February, and have more faith in what March will bring.
How do I know what the essentials I need to do are!? The answer came to me after meditating.
Jacob talks about some of the issues he is dealing with, and the emotional roller-coaster involved with life and feeling like you haven’t become the person you think you should be.