These dreams are a little less shiny. They aren’t always going to translate into a lot of praise from others or social media fame. They aren’t fancy. They don’t look like traveling the world or receiving accolades. They look more like dreams for a simple, wholehearted life that’s truly aligned with my values and desires.
Leaning into the grief is removing the pressure from the situation. By allowing – even inviting – grief to happen, we can give it the space to be experienced and moved past.
Grief does not just go away.
We cannot wish or will it to disappear. We cannot ignore it forever. We cannot go around it – we have to go through it.
In the beginning of January, I was wiped. I’ll talk more in the future about the burn-out I experienced this year. As for now, I’ll say that it wasn’t pretty. The New Year started and I was not in an awesome place. Something needed to change. While watching Hannah Brencher’s Year of The Book course, I […]
While our perceptions may be unique, there’s something about the human experience that bonds us together. We all have shared needs, fears, and desires that sit deep in our hearts – making us not so different after all.