Sometimes That’s What It Takes

Day 9 0f 30

Mind, Body and Soul Transformation

The other day I was going to bring life to an immature individual that is trapped in the mental mindset of a teenage girl. But that vent is dead and buried, and the only thing left is a feeling of goodness!

All I can do is pray for this individual to find common sense.

Anyway, this pandemic has left me feeling refreshed and looking at life through more transparent lenses. I have spent the majority of my life chasing after money, staying up late going over different business strategies. All while avoiding the things that come naturally to me.

Perhaps I avoided those things because of fear of what those close to me would think. But maybe that’s not it at all. It may be due to overthinking a situation like I am now. Whatever the case, I feel free and without confusion.

Life had to literally turn me upside down and shake all the bullshit and negative thoughts out of me so that I can see straight. Chasing after money is exhausting, and you lose so much valuable time that could have been used in a more deserving area.

My Deserving Areas

  1. Taping into that gift or talent
  2. Investing more one on one time with your loved ones
  3. Devoting more time to God
  4. Making plans for that at home business you always wanted to start
  5. Kicking fear in the ass
  6. Kicking fear in the ass
  7. Kicking fear in the ass

These are just a few of my areas. I could look over the years that I wasted and scream, but what good would that do. Instead, I choose to embrace every new moment and let the old crap go.

I may not have tomorrow, but I have today, and I will make it great!

I pray that y’all are all well and have someone to talk to. Let me know if you don’t.

I’m here!

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!





10 Replies to “Sometimes That’s What It Takes”

  1. Thinking about the past the other night not only made me depressed and gave me anxiety, but it made me cry. My life felt meaningless. I agree that thinking about the past does nothing to move us forward. It’s our brain’s way of keeping us in the safe zone as a way to protect us. However, we need to live in the present, and stay in the present. That’s where the biggest victories are. 💪🔥

    1. I’m so sorry you were feeling like that. I think it’s good to let it out and cry. Then think about all the goods things that you learned from the negative events. You are still here and blessed with life.
      I totally agree about living in the present!!! We got this!!!!!!!!

  2. Love this! You rock! I too, have a tendency to chase after money. But no more girlfriend, no more. I mean, if it comes, it better be showering $100 bills but you know what I mean, lol

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