Your Mental Health Doesn’t Define You

“It was a normal day. She took her kids to school. Cleaned the house. Went to work. Made dinner. Cleaned again. Prepared everything for the next day. As she went to wash her face before bed, she cried. Tears streamed down her face uncontrollably. To hide her tears she hopped in the shower. Crying in the shower meant no one would notice right? As she stared in the mirror eyes red and puffy she felt a sadness…..”

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Mom Brain

I’ve been sitting here staring at a blank page for almost an hour now. My brain literally will not work. I can’t think. There’s nothing running through my head. That says a lot considering there’s always at least one hundred things running through my head at all times. Did I lock the door, are the dogs outside, is my son’s dentist appointment today. You know the usual mom things. It’s the perfect example of the mom brain.

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Self Talk

Fun fact, not everyone has an inner voice. As someone that’s always had one, that seems weird. My daughter taught me that. She learned it in school. Have you ever thought about the way you talk to yourself? That inner voice inside your head that runs its mouth. Sometimes it says nice things and sometimes it’s not so nice. Often we don’t even realize what it’s saying until it’s said.

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30 Day Find Myself Challenge

The last year has been rough and I’m not talking about the pandemic and everything that has brought or caused. I mean for me personally. I have lost myself over the last year. I’ve put so much time into everything and everyone. I have become lazy. I have inadvertently not put in the time to take care of myself. Even when I try, it never lasts.

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I Didn’t Choose The Mom Life, The Mom Life Chose Me

Literally the mom life chose me. I’ve talked about it before, I never wanted to be a mom. Changing diapers, puke, snotty noses – No thank you. I’ll pass. Obviously the universe had other plans and obviously I was a dumb kid that made dumb mistakes and life started early. I wouldn’t change a thing and can’t imagine my life any other way.

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You Can’t Make Everyone Happy

Technically the definition for happy is feeling or showing pleasure or contentment. That’s subjective. Being happy or having happiness looks different for everyone. It’s interpreted different for everyone. Some can be happy for many reasons both big and small whereas others won’t find happiness in those moments and vice versa. It is what it is.

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Stop Being Cocky

Being cocky is defined as being conceited or arrogant, especially in a bold way. Being confident is defined as feeling or showing confidence in oneself and being self-assured. I think the dangerous thing with confidence and cockiness is that everyone interprets them differently. Whereas someone may see you as confident, others may see you as cocky and vice versa. Everyone will see something different in someone and interpret it however they want to. That’s dangerous.

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Know Your Worth

This is something I’m seeing more and more frequently. I’m guilty of this myself. More and more people are underestimating themselves and their amazing capabilities. Selling themselves short. Letting other peoples opinions of them determine their worth. Only you can determine your worth. Know your worth so you are not selling yourself short.

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Things That Make Me Feel Like A Badass

Do you ever have those days were you feel like a total badass? Like something just reaches your soul on a different level and makes you feel unstoppable. Like you could conquer the world. It sends your confidence through the roof. Sometimes it’s the little things in life that bring out a whole new you.

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I Paid My Son For Grades

2020 was a rough year. My kids, along with basically the whole world were ripped from their schools and thrown into distance learning. We learned how to distance learn and we still are distance learning as of currently. It hasn’t been easy, but we’re managing.

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