Hey Full-Time Women, I have a confession!
I know, I know, confessions are for Catholics and religious people, to rid us of our guilt and cleanse us from our sin. Confession involves honesty and being vulnerable. If confession is truly good for the soul then I should feel better after I confess I thought I could write for 21 days straight with ease but this is the second time I’m doubling up on days. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not coming up with 21 things that I’m grateful for. Quite frankly, that’s the easy part. I’ve learned how to live in a constant state of gratitude.
As a Full-Time Woman, I, like so many others have to balance family, work, community, and my physical, emotional, spiritual, mental and social health. I could have written my posts in advance but I really wanted to be in the moment and write whatever I felt that morning but when I’m under tight deadlines and my family needs me, or I have meetings etc…then, what I originally had planned moves down my to-do-list. And, sometimes it’s pure procrastination because I put it off saying I’ll get to it later and later ends up being the next day.
Unfortunately, for me, that means having to pre-write my posts. They may not be spontaneous but they will always be from my heart. I do hope you are joining me on this 21 Day of Gratitude journey.
So, today, I’m grateful for the ability, to be honest, and vulnerable.