And now, as I prepare to walk into 42, I realize that I will never stop growing. As long as I have breath in my body, there will always be something new to learn about myself, my faith, the people I love, and the world.
I was in my early 30s when I first realized that my wellness was my responsibility. I was a new mom to a beautiful baby girl and, like most new mothers, I desperately wanted to get everything right. I’m almost ashamed to admit that, until I became pregnant with my first child, I took my well-being for granted. Becoming responsible for someone else’s well-being changed all that. To properly take care of her, I had to take care of myself.
I want to write something uplifting and encouraging. I want to write something that inspires feelings of empowerment, pushing readers to seize the day, overcome obstacles, and WIN WIN WIN! But, the truth is that today I am a sad and confused ball of emotion. And, while I’m usually an advocate for “sitting with one’s […]
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