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It’s been 1 YEAR since I posted my very first blog post 🙂
I remember feeling embarrassed and scared about putting my ideas out to the universe and talking about the things that interest me.
Wow – looking back, I can’t express how much I’ve changed and grown over the last year.
I’ve celebrated 10 years of friendship with my best friend, my husband Leki (Sept 2017).
Celebrated our 7 year wedding anniversary (Nov 2017).
Added to our growing family with our second child – Kyneton (Jan 2018).
Watched with growing pride as our 3yo daughter Emelina started her formal education at our local Montessori school and gymnastics classes (Feb 2018).
Building my little business (More updates to come soon!)
Spent time with family and friends celebrating life…
AND MOST IMPORTANTLY…
I’m learning to accept myself.
The post today is about honesty.
I honestly don’t know how I got this great life when there are so many unfortunate people around me.
I honestly don’t know how I managed to earn my beautiful family.
I honestly don’t know how I got through high school.
I’m not the best at spelling but we work on this blog together so it works out well.
I get confused and embarrassed because I get red easily when I talk to people because I’m not wanting to mix my words up and make myself look silly.
In the end it’s all about how you feel in your own skin.
No one is responsible for your happiness but you.
And if you agree with that then the opposite is also true…
No one is responsible for your unhappiness other then YOU!
With that being said I’d like to review how I can sometimes OVER estimate what I can get done in the short term but UNDER estimate what I can achieve over the long term.
For example after reviewing the last 5 months I had grand visions of losing a heap of weight quickly after having baby no.2 but as I found out it’s a struggle and requires more patience.
Another thing I thought would be straight forward was enrolling my 3yo daughter into our local ‘alternative’ school. I’ve since learnt that there’s a whole lot more that comes with Montessori and to be consistent with Eme’s learning at school – we have to continue her education at home. I’ll have a whole update on this down the track 🙂
But… the opposite is also true.
Something to celebrate for me personally is that over the last 12 months I’ve slowly shared with you little bits of my life and my family that I don’t get to share with most people. I still get nervous sharing some things about me.
I’ve written about my troubles with breast feeding, managing my long held anxieties, juggling 2 x kids at home, Montessori school, gymnastics, moving to the Country and being apart of different community groups… something that I never would have imagined 1 year ago!
With all the challenges and successes over the last 12 months I can only imagine how the next 12 months will have in store for me.
I’ll have to wait and see 😉