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I wonder what it’s like to be loved by you?

Have you heard that song by Shawn Mendes? I remember it exactly, the first time I’ve ever heard this song and I wondered so hard so hard to figure out who to think about when I’m listening to this song! LOL I imagined my nephew who was just born… I imagined the Love Of my Life in the future. I imagined all these people in my life until one dayyyy.. I was listening to this music while looking at the mirror and I wondered I wondered what it was like to be loved by me. I know I joke around with my friends all the time changed the “You” on any love song and change it to “I” or “ME” when you’re going through a break up! lol (Try it, it works! It makes people laugh and it’ll make you laugh and in turn make you feel better!)

Anyways, so I started wondering.. I wondered what it meant to be loved by me… I’ve been working really really hard to love myself.. but this song made me wonder why I am working so hard! lol I’m working so hard to be more confident, to be more brave to be less insecure, to be nicer or more kind. To be the most understanding person, the happiest, the most grateful person in the world. Until one day, I realized that all I needed to do was to love myself exactly as I am!

Yeah! You got it right! I preached so much about “YEAH LOVE YOURSELF”! It really gets out of hand sometimes. For months, I’ve been waking up almost everyday at 5am just to make sure that I am able to read something to improve myself. I’ve been waking up at 5am to make sure that I am working out and doing my best to stay fit and glowing. I thought this was me loving myself! BUT IT WAS ME thinking there’s something I need to improve about myself, hence, there’s something wrong with me! There is nothing wrong with me! And I was looking at everything so wrong. There’s nothing wrong with improving your life but what I came to terms with is that I must love myself for who I am now. It’s the truest me I can ever be. This me now is the truest me I’ll ever be and all the improvements will just be a fragment of who I am becoming. Who I am now is the truest me I can ever be.

I wonder, why I’m so afraid of saying something wrong, I never said I was a saint

I never said I’m perfect. I don’t know why I was trying so hard to be one. It’s so easy to tell people that there is no such thing as perfect. I tell people that all the time not realizing that I was striving to be one too. HYPOCRITE. LOL I know but that’s okay! lol I’m okay now!

I’m cultivating a fearless life for myself at the moment. I’m learning to accept myself for exactly who I am. Insecurity and all! I’m accepting that fear is present in my life and that the best thing to do is accept that it is part of who I am. Today, I am happy but tomorrow I may not be. Today, I’m brave but tomorrow I may not be. I will never be 100 percent happy all the time. I will never be 100 percent confident all the time. I will never be 100 percent disciplined all the time. I’m okay with that now. I’m releasing myself from the battle I created for myself. I know I am not perfect and I know I may say or do things that are not perfect or right but that is okay. I know I am a good person all together and that is the most important thing about me that I know for sure to be true. I don’t have any bad intentions. I’m just being myself and I know at the end of the day all I want is to be a good person; giving people the best that I can. It’s a beautiful freeing feeling to know that I can be who I am no matter what. It doesn’t have to be perfect; it just has to be free.

Now, how beautiful is it to wonder how you can truly love yourself? Maybe, we shouldn’t wonder so much and just do it. Love and accept ourselves for exactly who we are. One day, there will be no more wondering, one day soon – how beautiful would it be to be the most loving person you can ever be for yourself? Right? RIGHT! lol

Yours Truly Yours,

Pia ❤

Moving On After a Break Up in 2020

Writing about moving on sounds so cliché. Especially, for someone who is not fully moved on just yet! But hey, I’m getting there, and I’m learning so much along the way. 

I don’t think I’ve ever moved on quiet as revolved as I am this time around. Maybe because it hurt so much? I’m older & a bit wiser? Maybe because the risk of jumping from one relationship to the next is much higher ! Or from the words of my cousin “you seem mature” as if they were expecting me to react to my break up so immaturely…. 

In my younger days, jumping from one relationship to another felt like the right thing to do ~ “I have so much time to figure things out.” I never actually did figure it out. 

Now it seems like I need to get it together and figure it out because my “biological clock” is ticking! And the feeling of being the only single person in my vicinity seems so daunting. It really isn’t that bad. 

How long has it been? 

I’m about to reach 6 months post break up. How am I doing? I’m still on the road to recovery! I thought I moved on. Even attempted to go on a few dates only to realize that all I can think about is my ex while I’m on them. I feel a sense of relief though that I can easily tell how I am truly feeling… After the last date, this guy seems so nice and so ready to give me everything. This man I barely know is already telling me things I wished my ex told me. I kept thinking about my ex and mentioned him a couple of times too. When I got home, that’s when I realized that I really really need to move on. That’s when I realized, I haven’t done much work to really get over it. That’s when I realized that there’s still a lot of work to do. 

For the first couple of months, after the break up, I focused so much on setting myself free of the guilt. I thought “How we ended isn’t my fault!” Oh not at all, I kept on remembering only the times I was miserable in the relationship. Only realizing that when people agree with me, I find myself defending him and wondering where I went wrong. I go on this endless cycle.

In all reality, I came to realize that it wasn’t anyone’s fault. Although, coming to that realization was harder to accept in that moment, it was the necessary thing to do. In my heart, whenever I remind myself about the bad things (so I can justify the pain I’m feeling), I find myself battling with myself. I find myself wanting to hate him so bad but my love for him always takes up more space. So I fight it. I fight the urge to miss him because missing him means I was wrong. Missing him meant that I did something wrong. Missing him means I wish things were different. Missing him means I want him in my life. I fought it so hard for so long. It wasn’t until later on that I realized that it wasn’t that at all.  

I came to realize that it would be much healthier for me to let myself miss him. To remember and move on from the good times. To let go of the past and remember only the good times. I started working on forgiving him. Forgiving him for everything that went on in our relationship. 

GOAL ❤

Whenever I find myself thinking about the bad times, I remind myself that I forgave that already and I feel much much lighter. Thinking about the bad times felt like an easier way to move on but when I finally had the strength to go through the process and go through our memories with a happier heart; I thought “it’s time to move on from the good memories too.” 

In the beginning of our relationship, I remember telling myself that I will be forever grateful for having him in my life. I remember telling myself that no matter what happens between us I will be so thankful that he came into my life. I remember us both being afraid of holding grudges and being resentful towards each other…. it was not meant to be after all. The thing that saddens me is the thought that we were put together to experience a great deal of pain only to be reminded of the things we talked about from the very start. 

I will always be grateful that he came into my life. There’s nothing that will ever change that. 

Thank you so much for visiting my page! Leave me a comment if you are feeling the same way! ❤

Sincerely,

P-i-a ❤

Do You Remember The Time?

When was the last time you truly truly loved yourself?

I started thinking about this lately. Do you remember the very last day you didn’t think that anything about yourself needed any sort of improvement?

Did you ever ask yourself this?

I remember being a kid, maybe I was 5, a teacher tells me that I’m going to be on stage to guide my classmates with a choreography for our graduation. I didn’t even think twice about it. I just said “okay” and went along with it! There was no question of whether or not I was good enough to be on the stage. I just went up on the stage and didn’t even care what I looked like or if I’ll remember the steps or not. I simply went on stage.

And then, I started thinking about the moments I started doubting myself. I remembered one pivotal moment! The very first time I messed up my LEFT AND RIGHT! If you know me you know that this is not my place of expertise.

When I was young, I used to participate in dancing competitions in school. In one of our competitions we went on stage and one of my teammates was so confused and messed up our whole dance. Before we went on stage I place every single person on what I thought was our Left and our Right. We still won the competition but that day stayed with me for the rest of my life. I remember looking at my teammate thinking “WTF did I DO?” (But to cut me some slack only one person messed up.) Maybe I was not even wrong and I just carried the burden of failing and messing up with me for no reason!

Up to now, I tell people I do not know my Left and Right and I do often make mistakes with this but now I am learning that it is because I embedded in my head that I am not good with directions which is not true at all!

I carried that doubt with me for the longest time. It wasn’t even a total lost; we still freaking won!

I’m laughing myself right now and yet very impress with my ability to remember these moments very vividly.

Do you ever think of these moments in your life and wonder why? Why did I ever think I had to be perfect all the time!

It’s easy, we’re human and we’re designed to do this. We’re really here to go on this life’s journey trying to be perfect only to find out we’re perfect just the way we’ve been! ❤

Sincerely,

Pia! ❤

Fearlessness

Is that even a word? I heard that to be fearless about life is the only way to go.. I read that people have been living their lives in fear of something!

This past months, I’ve been working really hard to get out of my mind and live life more fearlessly.. I’ve been such a coward for life. Always afraid to tell it how it is. Always afraid to tell the truth. Always afraid of the unknown. I’ve been working really hard to get this out of my system: that fear, especially of the unknown!

This year has been difficult and also a great redirection of life for me. In the beginning of this year, I knew exactly where I wanted to be – fearfully so. I knew where I wanted to be and that scared the sh*t out of me LOL (Not my best moment). Covid has really brought out the worst and best of me. I love it. I love seeing and noticing the changes in my life – some heartbreaking and some really revolutionary.

I learned to embraced change. I learned to embrace the things that are not here as planned. I am learning to truly embrace life for exactly what it is. I’m starting to feel as sense of freedom. I now dress as I like, say things I wouldn’t normally say, say no when I want to and YES when I truly feel that it resonates with me. I learned to asked for help when I needed to – still fighting the urge not to. I learned to be gentle and kind to myself more especially when I feel that I said or did the wrong things.

These are all subtle changes. I thought I was fighting alone. As I continue on this journey, I started realizing that everyone is fighting this battle everyday. Many of us go through this thinking we are alone. We think we are the only one insecure about the way we look – even though we hear people all the time – complaining. We feel like no one understands or maybe it’s just not the same. I come to realize that it is all the same. We all have our own fears we are dealing with and in all reality they can all come together to be one true thing: We are fearful of something. We are not free. We are all locked in the idea of a perfect self and we all have different ideas of what a perfect self is. We feel we are unworthy – so we pretend that we are instead of truly feeling that we are.

This revelation, ambiguous as it may seem, helped me free myself from the hold or gripped I had for myself. I was so afraid to be me. I was so afraid to show the world exactly who I am that I created a different persona of me that is always working hard to be something – something close to perfect – when all I need to be is simply be me.

Do you resonate with my words in this blog? What makes you feel alive? What makes you feel free? Are you close to it – you think? What do you think of my thoughts? My ideas? Leave me a comment.

As always, thanks for visiting and reading my thoughts!

Sincerely,

Pia

Is it really the worst thing?

TWO DAYS! I gave that anxiety two days of my life! Two anxious filled days about a situation/incident that hasn’t even occurred yet. I feel that I lost those two days trying to figure out how to deal with the problem that could come up. I feel that I lost those two days.

There was a change in assignments at my day job and it created a hysterical person in me. I was anxious. I was told it was the worst thing that could happen. I was told this was one of the reason why someone quit the job. I was told it was difficult. I was told it was repetitive and too stressful. That was what was being assigned to me!

I created world wind scenarios in my head. I was recalling some past events in my life when I was overly worked and overlooked by my co-workers. I was anxious. “I DON’T WANT HISTORY TO REPEAT ITSELF”, I thought to myself, while planning out my escape plan! Two days, I gave that two days of stress – nothing is happening yet!

Karl, my boyfriend, desperately looking for a solution for me. I was defensive, angry and alone. I didn’t what a solution, THERE IS NO SOLUTION! Oh the agony of it all – nothing is happening yet, I was anxious.

He said, “I feel like I lose you every time you’re anxious.” He wasn’t trying to fix my problem, he wanted me back and I wanted the same. I lost myself for those two days for something that’s not even happening. I stepped back a little bit to realize that I was losing myself. I wanted to enjoy my days. I wanted to not worry but worry won me over those two days.

We were listening to an audiobook, Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking by Oliver Burkeman. In the book, he mentions Eckhart Tolle, a spiritual teacher, who had a question “Do you have a problem right now?”. That question hit me, thankfully it did! I’m worrying about something in the future that may or may not even happen. I forgot to live in the moment; I made the future more important than what’s happening now.

After learning Karl’s fears and thoughts about my troubles I realized that I wasn’t focusing on the now. We were after all on a trip of a lifetime and I was there pondering on work issues that may or may not even happen. The sun was setting, the clouds were aligning, ducks were swimming on the lake and the water was red from the reflection of the sunset. I couldn’t enjoy them 100 percent. Thankfully, I was able to get back in the moment to realign myself with the world around me.

I also had to remind myself that even if all my worries do come, it wouldn’t be the worst thing that could happen to me. That even if they come, I will be able to handle them. I have a choice to accept and not accept what I would like to keep in my life, no matter what. I have a choice to dwell on things or to figure out solutions for when they come – but not now!

Do I have a problem right now, this very moment? I answered “NO” & my worries and anxiety left. I freed myself from that, giving me an opportunity to enjoy my time with Karl wholeheartedly; worry and stress free!

So if there is something bothering you, ask yourself, “Do I have a problem right now?”

IG: @piawiaventures

I’m ok with who I am!

I’m ok with who I am!

Repeat after me: I’m ok with who I am! 10x

My friends, it’s time! It’s time for us to stop comparing, to stop wanting something to be something else! It’s time for us to be happy with who we are now.

I was listening to Joel Osteen’s podcast, Be Comfortable With Who You Are , he talked about running your own race.. being able to celebrate others without feeling like you have to catch up… he told a story about how he focused so much on passing someone while on a run he didn’t realized he was 6 blocks away from his house! That’s what happens when you focus on other people’s race. You make it longer for you to reach your destination.

The podcast inspired me to write about being happy with who we are!

• Do you not feel happy with who you are?

• Do you find yourself always wanting to change?

• Do you find yourself always comparing yourself and your journey from others?

Well, if your answer is yes to any of the questions above, you need to stop it! Stop it already!

God created us to be exactly who we are.

Everyone was created to fulfill a purpose that is different for everyone! No one is ever more special than you to God. We are all equal in his eyes. He doesn’t care if you make the most money or if you have all the degrees in the world! He only cares about how and what you do with your life’s purpose.

The more you love yourself the more you open yourself up to God’s purpose for you!

Remind yourself everyday to Love every single bit of you, from your body to your mind and to your soul & spirit! It’s you, it’s always been you!

You don’t have to be the skinniest or the fastest, the smartest or the prettiest! What matters is what’s in your heart and that you be the best you you can ever be.

A heart filled with love will be much more beneficial for you than a heart filled with discontent.

Everyday, every minute repeat the mantra: I am ok with who I am!

Every time doubt cripples in: I am ok with who I am!

Every time you feel behind: I am ok with who I am!

Every time someone mocks you, disrespects you: I am ok with who I am!

Keep that in mind: I am ok with who I am!

What’s for you will be for you! You just have to love YOU and let the rest flow naturally!

xoxo

@piawiaventures!

I’m ok with who I am! I’m ok with who I am!
Once we accept ourselves unconditionally, no matter where we are, it will feel like home. Self Love

Reference:

Joel Osteen, Podcast “Be Comfortable With Who You Are”

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/joel-osteen-podcast/id137254859?i=1000444682756

Melody Beatle, Journey to the Heart, Daily Meditation on the Path to Freeing Your Soul

Relationship Goals of 2019!

Hi All!

I’ve been so focused on my runs that I haven’t had a chance to produce a blog about self love and relationships. So this is my first dive on this again.

I wanted to tackle special relationships and holy relationships: concepts derived from the book, A Course in Miracles.

Many people struggle with creating a healthy and loving relationship for themselves, may it be with a significant other, friends, family and even things. I can attest to this because I struggle even up to today with keeping healthy relationships. I’ve read so many books about love and relationships and I feel that they talk about the same exact concepts. But here I break it down into two and discern both concept as best as I could.

I would like to first warn you that I do not have any expertise in relationships. I have not taken any courses or received any certifications or diploma that may deem me as an expert. I am simply sharing the things I learn in hopes that it enlightens someone elses life the way that it did mine.

So here it goes……………………

According to A Course in Miracles (ACIM), there are two types of relationships: the special relationship and the holy relationship. Yes, they both sound completely harmless but I do favor one more than the other. I will let you take a guess…

In this blog, I’m going to talk about both separately. These are completely my own understanding of the two concepts. I’ve been working a lot on creating a healthy lifestyle for myself where I am completely taking care of myself deeply and lovingly. When I read about special relationships in The Universe Has Your Back by Gabby Bernstein,  a light bulb turned on for me. I thought: “This is the kind of relationships I’ve been having all these times!” and I wanted to change that. I wanted something better for myself and the people I love. I wanted to keep and maintain a healthy relationship with myself and others. I feel that I’ve created a safe place for myself through reading and learning about special relationships and I am ready to share them.

A special relationship is basically finding your happiness through something outside yourself! It doesn’t necessarily have to be a romantic relationship. It can be anything: friendship, money, things, etc. Special relationships make you feel complete. Special relationships make you romanticize things or a person/people to the point where it feels as though you’re incomplete without them. This is a sign that you are not finding happiness within yourself.

I struggled a lot with special relationships. I was in denial, often times, playing a role of someone who seems strong and independent, someone who didn’t need anyone. I realized that wanting to be that person is different from actually being that person. I’ve managed to play that role for a while until I was forced to face reality. I wasn’t getting any younger and I wasn’t getting any happier either! I depended on people to make me happy. I looked for answers and validation from the people around me. I found comfort with purchasing things I didn’t need. I constantly look for something/someone to fill the holes in my life but ultimately feeling empty once that certain thing/person is gone, being upset when they don’t turn out as planned and jumping from one relationship to the next. That was me but not anymore.

It took a lot of drama, a lot of heartache, a lot of losing friends and fighting with family for me to realize that I wasn’t close to the person I wanted to be, the person I truly am. I was constantly looking for happiness from outside myself. Having this revelation made me ache for something more, more meaningful and more fulfilling. I didn’t want to depend on anything or anyone to make me happy. I wanted to step out of my comfort zone and find out what it truly meant to be truly happy and that is where I found and learned about the HOLY relationship.

Holy Relationship is the one I favor more (a term derived from ACIM). It isn’t holy in religious terms. It’s holy because it is pure love. You are a whole as yourself and you find happiness within yourself despite of whatever you have and don’t have. You don’t depend on others, people or things, to keep yourself happy. You rely on your inner self to be and stay happy.

Being in a Holy Relationship is being in a loving relationship with yourself that ultimately leads to healthier relationships with others. Establishing a holy relationship leads to relationships that feels free, relationships that only requires you to be yourself and allowing others to be themselves too.

As mentioned before, I am not a relationship expert. I still find myself clinging on to things and people. Sometimes it takes me weeks to realize that the reason why someone/something was bothering me so much was because I was holding on too tightly to the idea of happiness something or someone brings into my life. I forget that happiness is within and not something outside myself. I wasn’t having a holy relationship I was having a special relationship and I constantly remind myself of what my relationship goals are and that is to have a Holy Relationship. (Wholly Relationship)

I feel that knowing the differences between Holy and Special relationships help in establishing healthy relationships for yourself and others. Being aware of the differences can help create a path where you could choose which way your relationships could ultimately go. There is no time limit in choosing either, any time you can decide what kind of relationship you want to have. I find that joy is a choice that we make. It’s a decision to free ourselves from looking for love outside ourselves. It’s finding peace from within. I think that is the secret for having and keeping relationships.

Relationships are meant to highlight you as the person that you are, one that is already complete by yourself. It is not meant to fill the emptiness that you feel inside. The emptiness you feel could only be filled by the love you’ll have for yourself.

“You are not incomplete, and no one can complete you. You are eternally, unassailable, undeniably whole.” – Alan Cohen

So, I hope that I shed some light for you. I hope that this leads you to think and evaluate the kind of relationships you want to have in your life.

What kind of relationship would you like for yourself? Did this give you some thoughts about the relationships that you have now? Could there be a person or thing that feels like a special relationship for you? Will you take steps to create more holy relationships in your life?

My only wish is that we could all feel an inch of peace within ourselves even if it takes long. Even if the road can sometimes be so hard and sometimes it’ll feel like you’re alone. In the end, finding yourself and loving yourself is ultimately the best relationship goal you can ever ask for!

Thank you for reading and have a nice day!

-Pia

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The Amazing Mom That You Are!

Yeah! You!

You Amazing Mom

Who brought all of us into life.

You Amazing Mom

Who stood up for us when we couldn’t, YET!

You Amazing Mom

Who knew our pain when no one else did!

You Amazing Mom

Who stayed up with us to make sure we’re ok through the night

You Amazing Mom

Who gave up time for yourself to spend time with us.

You Amazing Mom

Who stands in front of us

No Rest

No Sleep

You stand here with a smile

Ready to face another battle of life with us.

We admire your unconditional love for us, your passion to keep us all alive!

To all the moms, new and old, soon-to-be’s and one day will be, you are amazing.

Thank you for all you do!

Special thanks to the moms in my life that inspires me and challenges me to be a better person.

Special thanks to my mom for showing me everyday what it means to unconditionally love someone.

Special thanks to my sister and sister-in-law for bringing so much joy in our lives.

(Belated) Happy Mother’s Day to all! (Better Late Than Never)

Thank you all for reading my thoughts!

~Always be kind and always choose love!~ 

Yours Truly Yours,

Piawia!

Aha Moment – 5.10.2019

Realizing that being mindful of the things I say is very important. 

Especially about the things that I say about myself. 

I am creating a safe place for myself [in my mind], where I can be myself always: no judgment & no shame just Trust & Love. 

This moment gave me the opportunity to change my views & to (work towards) loving myself more. An opportunity to create a world for myself where the Universe is not the only one that has my back but a world where I have my back too. 

 ~ Always Be Kind and Always Choose Love ~ 

Love Always,                                                                                                                                            Pia 

Some quotes for guidance into creating a world of love for yourself:

“Transformation starts with how we use our words – how we speak our story to others and ourselves.” – Heatherash Amara, Warrior Goddess Training 

“Be impeccable with your words.” – don Miguel, Four Agreements [faultless, flawless, guiltless]

“Any opinion not presented in Love should not be considered.” – Rachel Hollis, Girl, Stop Apologizing. [may it be from you or others]

“What comes out of your mouth comes into your life, so choose your words wisely.” – Jen Sincero, You Are A Badass Everyday

“There is no more powerful motivation than to feel we’re being used in the creation of a world where love has healed all wounds.” – Marianne Williamson, A Return to Love 

Aligning with Life…

A few years ago, I stumbled upon a page on instagram, Warrior Training Goddess. I believe the page found me or the universe was slightly directing me to this page. There was a lot of positive quotes and encouragement present in that instagram page that ultimately led me to purchasing the book, Warrior Goddess Training by Heatherash Amara. I’ve had the book for a while but I waited to read it. Now, while reading this book, I asked the question, What does it mean to be aligned with life?

 

To answer this for myself, I started with the quote below (that I gathered from the book itself):

 

“Aligning with life means committing to our intent, or goals, 100 percent as well as surrendering to the outcome, whatever it may be.”

 

In my own understanding,

 

Aligning with life means giving it your all, in whatever it may be: intent, goals, dreams. & then being able to accept whatever the outcome is, good or bad.

 

It’s not regretting the hard work you put into achieving your dreams.

 

It’s not regretting the time spent working on your goals.

 

It’s not regretting all the things you had to give up or sacrifice to focus on your dreams.

 

It’s not regretting all the struggles that you could have avoided if it wasn’t for that goal.

 

Even when the results of you giving it your all doesn’t meet your expectations.

 

Even when things don’t go as planned.

 

Even when things go wrong.

 

You accept whatever it is for what it is and live life with no regrets.

 

Aligning with life is finding ways to be happy with whatever the results are.

 

It’s finding the silver lining of things.

 

It’s finding the blessings from all of the shortcomings of life. (or not even thinking of the shortcomings)

 

It’s trusting that life is beautiful no matter what, where, who, how it may be.

 

In the book, Heatherash Amara also mentions that “Life is neither fair nor unfair. Life is a force that constantly moves and changes.” There is a struggle within myself upon reading this that I can’t quite completely comprehend. It’s as if I’ve been living life thinking I’m important that the world revolves around me but obviously it doesn’t. I believe many of us feel this way. We say things like “life is unfair” without realizing that life/world don’t single out things. It just happens that way. It just happened that you’re in this spot today. You’re in this space right now. There is no right or wrong life. Life is just that, it just is. It will keep on moving even if you stop, even when you’re gone, life will just keep on going.

 

The important thing you can do in life is to live life to the fullest. To enjoy each moment, moment by moment and to appreciate what it is that you have. It is to see the world for the beauty and magical thing that it is.

 

This kind of revelation, growth and development takes time. It is said in many books, not just this one, that it will take time and that the only thing that matters is that you keep on moving forward. One of the main things, I’ve read, heard and learned about creating a better life for yourself is that it takes time and dedication. So give yourself some time. Give yourself some credit and also give yourself a break when things are tough! Don’t put so much pressure on yourself.

 

I feel like I write these blogs to remind myself of what I’m learning each day. I’m writing and posting to give myself a break, to give myself some encouragement and to give myself something to look back to when things are tough!

 

I am a working progress and my goal is to live life to the fullest, however, it may come!

Thanks for reading my thoughts for the day!

 

Yours Truly Yours,

 

Piawia!

 

Notes:

 

Heatherash Amara. Warrior Goddess Training: Become the Woman You Are Meant To Be. 2014