My first blog post…AHHH.. As I was sitting here agonizing over what to write, I realized that I am way overthinking this..that I really just need to write from the heart. So I promise to *try* not to overthink everything.. Sometimes that is easier said than done!
The idea for this blog really came from my struggles living with anxiety. I often wonder what it is like for other people going through the same things. Do they have good days? How do they get through the not so good days? What is their everyday life like? It is so easy to read about anxiety from a medical standpoint. I really wanted to hear about it from somebody who was going through it. So on my quest to find the answers, it dawned on me that others might be searching for the same answers. That just maybe I could share my story with others. I want to share the good and the not so good. My hope for this blog is that I can share my love for life, love, fashion and food and that just maybe it will provide inspiration for others.
I will leave you with one of my favorite quotes by James Van Praagh.
“Don’t give away your power. What others think of you is none of your business.”
― James Van Praagh, Psychic Medium
I love this quote. It really speaks to me. That even though others may have an opinion about me, it is none of my business. That I can choose to give their words the power to hurt me or I can choose to deny them the power. That is really something. I know that so often I would worry so much about what others thought of me. It really was an awful feeling. When I first heard that quote, I couldn’t possibly see how that was going to make a difference. Boy was I wrong! Once I accepted this for myself, I began to feel more empowered. That you can think what you want but I am not going to let you bring me down.
I had the pleasure of meeting James at one of his events. He really is a lovely man with a caring heart. I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to meet him. I know that not everyone believes in mediums and that’s okay! My intention for sharing this quote is to remind people that we should be kind to each other and that we all have our own struggles.
Thanks so much for stopping by!