All my life, I never wanted to do what anyone told me to do. Unfortunately as I got older, that included refusing to be happy in the way that everyone wanted me to be which led to a pattern of self-sabotaging. It’s time to admit I have made mistakes and that it’s time to change.
Have you ever looked in the mirror and wished you were skinnier? I definitely have done so a million times. This is my story of learning to accept and respect my body.
I am always striving to be more environmentally-conscious. However, in my life as a busy mum, it’s hard to be perfect. My take is we all need to ditch the guilt of not being a perfect zero waste composting vegan and also stop criticising each other, and just do what we each can because every little action counts.
Having been a full-time mum for a few years now, I have really forgotten who I am and what makes me tick. Now I’ve learned that I need to confront my past and do what energises me to live my best life.
I’m sorry for all the times I let my mum issues get the best of me, and stopped blogging for long periods of time because I just didn’t have enough leftover to give. It’s a new season now and I’m ready to stop giving excuses and make amends.