Let’s get real for a moment.
Life has been “life-in” lately.
I’m finding myself in another season of growth, growing seasons always seem to be uncomfortable, but in hindsight, always needed.
When I started this business, I thought I knew my “limit”. I quickly found that my limit wasn’t my actual limit, it was just the limit I had placed on myself.
I was always capable of doing more, I was capable of pushing forward and growing more as a person and a business owner.
It was a growing phase.
Growth is uncomfortable, it’s not pretty, you cry, you fall, and you get back up, and you always come out stronger.
In this current growing season, I’m learning to ask for help. I’m learning that I can’t do everything on my own. I’m learning that I don’t have to be perfect. I just have to show up every single day and give it my best. I’m learning to let go of the things that I can’t change. I’m learning its okay to be tired. Most importantly above all, I’m learning to give myself grace.
Extending grace to yourself is key.
Be gentle with yourself.
Speak kindly to yourself.
It’s okay to ask for help.
It’s okay to feel like you don’t have it all together, truthfully none of us all have it together. We struggle with things we don’t always talk about.
It’s okay, were human. We’re growing, we’re evolving.
Life is about growth as a person, its not about our careers or our businesses its about being the best human that we can possibly be.
Be gentle with one another, be gentle with yourself, lend a hand when you can, and always remember that every day is a new page in your book.
The best chapters of your life have yet to be written.
In this season of growth, I’m taking a moment to reflect on all the beautiful people in my life.
Joe, he’s my biggest cheerleader and keeps me grounded when life feels crazy. The friends that lend a hand when I’m tired, the friends that consistently pour into my cup, my business team that keeps me going, my customers that have turned into friends, and my network of small business owners that are in “the thick of it” with me.
Spoiler alert: We’re gonna make it, and were gonna come out of this stronger than we thought we once were.
I’m proud of you.
I believe in you.
Just remember to breathe, we got this.