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This week was a whole lot of emotions. A whole lot of hard conversations and a whole lot of hard moments. Hardships.
We all experience times like this. Seasons of life where we contemplate existence. Or where God is. Or what you want in life. Or how to get through the day. Or why lady bugs exist.
Maybe some of us have a trigger. Our hard times start with a trigger. A fear. A word. A sentence. A person. A ladybug.
Ladybugs get to me. I use to love them and now I created this fear to them because they invaded my room last year. Like 3,000 lady bugs climbing through my window. That type of invasion.
So ya.. they’re my trigger. But today I was unpacking my suitcase I lived out of this past week and saw a lady bug fly out of my suitcase. I was reminded of goodness. Instead of hardness, I was comforted. I was reminded of the sweet moments the hard times produce. The good endings and favorable experiences that hardships empower.
Current phase of life: unpacking my suitcase & my heart. Contemplating the existence of hardships.
What I'm focusing on this year. It seems like the first 3 months of 2018 have flown by and I'm committed to not looking back and saying....what happened to 2018? What did or didn't I do???
So I came up with 4 priorities for this year. 4 important "things" that will enrich my life and make it the best year!
1. Self-Care. Toward the end of 2017 I started to let the focus on my health slide. I started to give into some excuses and fears and fell back into some old habits. I found myself super unhappy with how I was taking care of myself (i.e. NOT) and it was definitely starting to show. This is why this is #1 priority for me (selfish AF, right?! ;)) But when I look back, I can see the times I served the MOST amount of people and times I felt best about how I showed up for my family and community...I was working on ME first and loving myself first and foremost. .
2. Family + Friendships. Making relationships a main focus and promising to better foster friendships; new and old. It's so easy to get "busy" and let relationships slide a little. I'm totally guilty of that, and feel like some of my friends don't even know how deeply I miss them. So I'm changing that. And continuing to nurture my little fam + extended family. People mean the most to me and I want to make sure everyone knows how much I love and appreciate them. .
3. Expansion. This is actually my word of the year. I love this word and the meaning that it took on for me!! As I grow, I want to continue to expand my mind, my spirituality, and of course my reach. I freaking LOVE mentoring women to step into their own power; whether through health/fitness goals or business goals. I want to be able to expand my reach and help MORE women shine!!!
4. Leadership. See above! ha. JK. To grown and expand my mentorship skills, I know I need to also better my leadership skills. So I'll be focusing my energy on becoming the best leader, mentor, coach that I can. Really using my voice and standing in my strengths.
Have you thought about what you want to make a priority this year? I'd love to hear! Share below.