You know the story, you wake up one day, you look at your life and wonder how did I get here? How did this happen? These days it feels taboo to talk about it. It feels like
Wrong. Taking about our struggles
In my experience from the greatest depths of darkness rise the brightest lights. Talking is a way to heal. Talking gets it out and creates room for the light, for the good, to grow and flourish.
It’s OK to talk about
Losing yourself is kind of like a riptide at the beach. You are hanging out with your friends in the water, then you look up and realize things around you look different. As you
It works the same with life. We get caught up in the day to day and lose focus on the big picture. We put ourselves, our needs on the back burner and put other priorities first and then one day we realize we have lost a part of ourselves. That is what happened at my house.
We got so caught up in life and work. We lost ourselves. We were just trying to make it day to day and barely keeping our heads above water. We were not living, we were surviving and there is no excuse for that. Life is too precious to waste. Our daughter’s childhood is too precious to waste. Our time together is too precious to waste. Something had to change.
Thus, earlier this year we decided we were done surviving versus thriving and we bit the bullet and decided to take some risks and make some changes and start down the path back to us, back to appreciating and enjoying life.
We are still a long way from the finish line, but we are learning and slowly but surely we are finding our way.
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Stay tuned….more to come.