Admittedly, there have been times in more recent years where I was ready to throw in the towel on many things… I was struggling in areas that I felt maybe I would never see what I was desiring to experience come into fruition.
For the first time in my adult life, I was not down, sad, or depressed during this most recent holiday season. In fact, it was quite the opposite!
Below are five reasons why you should ditch the New Year’s Resolution anthem of a “New Year, New Me” and just become a new you right now:
In due season, you will find yourself in a new environment where you are able to thrive.
I was being taught how to cultivate a reciprocal relationship by connecting with the Creator on a daily basis, not just when in dire straits.
We forgive so that our hearts are unblocked and ready to receive blessings.
I had no clue what coping skills were...
“I am allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress at the same time.”
I recognized the inner cries nudging me to unplug from the world and connect with the Creator and my inner self on a deeper level to create balance and boundaries for my life.
After spending years healing from past hurts and pain, and working toward becoming a better version of myself, I attracted the type of man into my life that many women pray for.
Sometimes in life, you must do what is best for you and your wellbeing. As the late Maya Angelou said, “when someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.”
That person who used to be in a dark and painful place, does not exist anymore. I don’t even recognize her anymore.
Being vulnerable is all about perspective. How you perceive things determines how you experience life.
If you don’t believe in yourself, don’t expect anyone else to either.
Don't push good people out of your life because you've become a "bag lady." Drop the load!
Once I became both cognizant and disgusted with my negative mentality, I decided to do something about it.
A clear sign that it is time to let go is when something is hurting you more to hold on than it is to let it go.
Yet, unpacking your bags and deciding to stay in your unforgiving place will ultimately hurt you more.
Idolizing and coveting someone’s life and all that it entails is a precursor for your own unhappiness.
Blaming others is not going to change your life or improve your circumstances.