Most of the time before I start to write a post I jot down at least 10 more ideas. I am an idea person. My mind almost never stops. What I often lack is steadfastness and focus. Therefore, completing projects is not my strength.
But the more connected I feel to something, the more likely I am to follow through. Yes, this seems like a no-brainer, but sometimes the obvious stuff is what we need to be reminded of the most.
This blog has given me the opportunity to find out what I feel most connected to. And everyday is not the same. Sometimes I’m obsessing over a recipe I made the night before and other times I am stuck contemplating death. Yet, these things might not even be on the same spectrum but they fully represent who I am.
My friends consistently say, “you know so much about everything.” Yes, I know a little about a lot of things, but this almost makes me cringe.
I struggle with not having a thing. I want a niche. I want to be an expert on something. I specifically struggle with this on my blog. I mean my blog isn’t just about food or yoga or occupational therapy. It covers the whole gamut. As much as this frustrates me I know this is who I am.
I want to know what plants clean the air, or what shampoo is the least toxic, or what yoga pose is going to help my low back, or how to emotionally cope with life transitions. And although I am not expert on any of these things I realize that’s okay. But what I can do is continue to share what I am connected to and this will keep me learning and hopefully you too. And from there we can have a community!
Light Bulb Moment
I just had this epiphany after writing this that all I’ve been saying is that I do not think I am good enough. There will always be something to improve on. But just because I don’t know everything about yoga doesn’t mean I can’t talk about it! It’s so easy to see this in others and provide reassurance. But sometimes we have to tell ourselves, “ I am good enough, I deserve happiness, and why would I settle for anything else?”
All I know is that if this serves me I’ll continue to do it. I have to put in the work, remain focused, and dedicated. And put in the time. So if you’re in the same boat, don’t give up and tell yourself someone else is doing the same thing and can do it better. Let go of limiting beliefs and know the only way to figure out if you can is to give it your all. No more complaining about others who have “made it” or envying someone else’s life. Take that energy and put it to good use!.
For Your Consideration
Thanks for listening to my rambling. BUT, I am SO excited for more information filled posts.
What are you looking for? Smoothie recipes? Non-toxic beauty products? Yoga for stress relief? What books I am reading?
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