Happy New Year! It’s the time of year where you are supposed to sit down and make your goals for the year, choose your one word, declutter the house, and create your vision board. 365 clean pieces of paper to write your story on. Well now its 362 days.
Lately I’m having a hard enough time just making it through the day. Day to day stuff has been slow moving since we caught the dreaded cough. Thanks to life I forgot to boost our immune systems thus protecting us from the holiday germs. My daughter and I started the Friday before Christmas and on our first we woke up to it while we were in a hotel. Visiting family in Pennsylvania. Of course we weren’t at home where all of my germ fighting tools were. Its been 2 weeks and we still have lingering signs. My husband caught it and got to sleep for 3 days, its amazing how sleep can heal the body. Christmas was a fog. We hibernated, lived off of bone broth and meat stock, elderberry syrup, supplements, aromatherapy, and rested (well as much as one can with a child with sensory processing disorder.)
I digress though. A new year and new me, that is my plan. This is my year. My year to get healthy. Heal my leaky gut syndrome. Reduce the inflammation in my body. Eliminate foods that make be feel bad. Exercise. Support my emotions better. Build my own business. Build up my friends so they can have successful businesses. Be more present with my family. Want to be more present. Stop being so angry about loss and lack of support. Live a more organized life. But most importantly, Be ENOUGH. Believe in my power to do all that I want and Transform in to the person I want to be for myself and for others. Share my Story. Give generously. Well that is definitely more then ONE word.
Yesterday I was watching a video as I was sitting at my dining room table, sobbing. This woman’s story really hit close to home and turned in to one of the most motivating things I’ve heard in a very long time. What’s funny is that I barely remember the 3 points she was discussing, but I do remember the power and strength in her voice. The emotions she spoke with, made it so at that moment in time it was exactly what I needed to hear and the way I needed to hear it.
I may still not have my ONE word, but thats okay, I have the strength now, a better understanding, my Many goals, my beliefs, and my emotions to carry me and help me to do all that I want and all that I deserve.
Wishing each and every one of you all the wellness, purpose, and abundance in the coming year. May you discover your meaning of life and learn how to give it away for others to have their moments they need to be enough.