Looking back, I can see I shut myself off from the part of me that now gives me great joy.
What I’ve come to learn is that saying “I’m sorry” when there’s nothing legit to be sorry about is a red flag for unworthiness.
I used to dislike myself for not fitting in, feeling like I belong to a different planet.
I know I can and will find the energy to find the love, the joy, and the beauty in this gift of life.
Know that your angel team is wanting to help you even if you don’t know they are there.
The hardest part of having to be in a wheelchair is my loss of independence.
What does the unapologetic you look like? Sound like? Act like? Does she even exist? It’s time to find her, warrior goddess!
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