However my life has not allowed for time to sit down to develop the thoughts I have into posts to share. As a result I am not at my best. Writing, whether it be in a personal journal or in these public posts, is one form of therapy for me.
Sharing my story, my thoughts and my life is a risk I am willing to take. As I have struggled with what and when to share, I have also questioned if establishing a blog is worth the energy. My answer is always yes.
Each of us has our own story. Each of our stories are important. As we maneuver about our days it can become difficult to remember the importance of our own personal existence in the world. Our days can easily belong to something else; a job, care giving to children and parents, the ongoing list of what needs to be accomplished
Do you know your own story?
Be proud of who you are and where you have come from Be as proud of your struggles as you are of your accomplishments. Honor the journey.
Are you holding your story inside? How are you sharing your story with the world?
Sheryl is a transition coach, trainer and speaker from Lexington Kentucky. As the author of the blog How to Make A Life, she uses her own life and journey as a blueprint to help others find motivation, inspiration and hope for a healthy and happy life. About Twitter Instagram Pinterest