There was a moment of my life, not that long ago, where I found that I had become a shell. Many years of repressed trauma and the stressed of blossoming into adult life, or falling head first like I did, had left me feeling less than human.
I can remember the sinking feeling in my stomach. Anxiety was starting to take over and for the first time in my business…I felt hopeless.
It’s undeniable that women have come far in the Western world. From not being able to vote less than a hundred years ago to reaching some of the highest offices in the land, we know that our value extends beyond how we look and our traditional roles of wife and mother.
Millennials have been saddled with lots of negative associations. Lazy, selfie-obsessed and inordinately fascinated by posting photos of avocados on social media, the image of young people in the popular consciousness is far from flattering.
When you’re with the right person, there is no drama. Period. You can’t be afraid of letting your partner see you at your lowest/weakest points Trust should not even be a question or a thought.
I’m going to change up the tone a little here today because of something that has been getting a lot of attention in the news and kind of annoying me to say the least.
You’re a business owner, and a blogger… but not specifically a business blogger. Where do you draw the line? Sometimes I feel as though my business life and blogging life collide.
I’m sure that we’ve all had our own experiences with people in the past who have hurt us, people we have been angry with, or people we have looked at with daggers in our eyes.
One of the top questions I get asked is whether or not I went to college. Every time I tell somebody what my career is, the #1 question I get in return is “did you go to college for that?”