I am extremely fortunate to have spent the past couple of years focused on securing confidence within myself, my passions, and surrounding myself with healthy people.
Creating the reality you desire is easier than you think; you just need to believe, act “as if”, and trust the process.
In order to meditate, you must sit still in a quiet room. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to sit still to meditate! Many find the same calming sensation through running, yoga, crafts, and other hobbies.
Cutting back on “things” has made me so much happier, less stressed, and more content with what I do have. Today, I look to spirituality, not spending, when I am feeling lost.
Equipped with only a few hundred dollars, three packed bags and a pros and cons list, I blindly moved to a city I barely knew.
People often ask me why I get dressed up, and my response is simple: “I’m only throwing on one thing. It’s easy.”
What if the new normal is being happy being single?
My best was never good enough; I always felt the need for more.
Over time, I finally accepted that I am not a failure – everything I was a learning experience. My road bumps were lessons.
I used to adore knick-knacks, spent money mindlessly and filled a deep void with “stuff.” I cared about the newest phone, the latest purse, expensive shoes and owning the best computer. I saw value in material things without treasuring the world around me – which set me up for constant disappointment.