I’m going to be 30 in a few days. 30 years old, it’s hard to believe. It feels like these past 10 years have flown by. To be honest with you, I’ve always felt older. I’ve always been one of the youngest people in every room most of my adult life. So NO, I’m not freaking out about hitting the big 3-0 like a lot of people keep asking. I’m actually excited.
Continue reading “Fuck Standing Still”
I was 24 before I was ever taken on a real date.
Like the guy had it planned, picked me up at my house and took me out sort of date.
I had my first “official” boyfriend when I was 16, so that’s almost 10 years before meeting someone who was actually a gentleman and planned a date. Continue reading “A Real Date”
Basically, when I love you once, a part of me loves you forever. It’s like a piece of my heart has a string that’s attached to yours. No matter where you go or what you’re doing, it’s attached.
I used to think this was weird or wrong, like I was “hanging on to things” or focusing on “what might have been” but what I’ve grown to understand is it is the exact opposite. Continue reading “Love You Forever”
He cornered me in the shop. Everyone else was going inside to go to bed; the party was over, it was after 2 am. He had barely spoken two words to me the whole night, a man that I used to believe wholeheartedly was mine forever. And he cornered me saying, “I need you to answer these questions.”
I was taken back by this. I remember thinking… REALLY? We’ve been going back and forth about this for 7 years now, and we need to talk about it AGAIN? You still have questions?! Continue reading “Story Time”
Sometimes you just have to remind yourself that it’s all going to be worth it.
Even if no one else believes it.
Even if you feel like you’re in it alone.
Remind yourself it is YOUR life. YOUR dream.
No one else will ever build it for you.
And the quicker you realize that you have to count on only yourself to build this, the quicker you’ll start making progress. Continue reading “We All Need A Reminder”
I get a lot of questions about how I journal, what do I write about, what do I say, how do I do it.
Well, after thinking about that for a minute I realized that I write way more about how I want to feel, than what I want to “have”. I focus on how I want to feel each day. How a new client makes me feel. How a new income makes me feel. How the gym makes me feel. How my diet makes me feel. How my mindset work makes me feel. How I want to feel in my relationships. How I want to feel in my friendships. How I want to feel in my relationship with my family to feel. How I want to feel about myself. How I want to feel about my work. How I want to feel about how I help people. How I want to feel about LIFE.
I don’t focus on the “how” or “what” but on the FEELING. I visualize it. I describe my surroundings and feelings around every situation I wish to be my reality. Continue reading “Journaling”