Self- sabotage is something that we millennials know all too well. We’ve sabotaged relationships, friendships, and so many good things because we’ve felt we don’t deserve them. Well, from one millennial to another I’m asking you….no I’m telling you. PLEASE don’t sabotage your chance at real freedom and success. You have worked way too hard for… Click To Tweet. No, the entrepreneurial route was not a place you saw yourself going, but the journey inevitably will be hard, let’s not make it harder. These 5 things will leave you unsuccessful, depressed, and basically a hot anxious mess. Trust me I KNOW.
Motherhood blessed me on so many levels. It was a catalyst for growth and self-awareness and it introduced me to my own strength. Now, I love my girl more than words can say and I don’t feel I need to justify that because of the title of this post. So, let me make this clear, I don’t hate being a Mother. I hate being a stay at home mother (SAHM).
I am exhausted with having faith. Like literally, tired to my very soul, sick with waiting for my day. I’ve practiced and implemented every positive mind changing activity you could think of. But the reality is, MY reality is that even though I’m grateful for my life. I’m tired and I’m angry.
Hey, ladies and possible gents! I apologize for not posting last week. These past two weeks have been an array of emotions and frustrations for me because as you know… life can have a brutal way of REALLY taking it there. The constant hindrances and fighting my own brain caused me to step my self-care game up to the max because I desperately needed relief and time to recollect. I already have a self-care routine that usually keeps me refreshed and de-stressed (that rhymes ha) but sometimes it’s necessary to go above and beyond for yourself.