(If the first thing you thought of when you read that was this video. Don’t worry, me too.)
I, obviously, can only speak for me but I have had a lot of conversations with people at different stages in their sobriety and a conversation I have had over and over is “sometimes it’s awkward”. And by awkward I mean, people kind of don’t know what to do with us. So let’s talk about it…
This one isn’t going to be rainbows and mantras, but I guess it’s only fair to write about the hard days right beside the victories, and also, no one likes a faker.
I know the PC thing to do would be to give credit to all the resources I have used, all the people that have supported me, and even a shout out to God… BUT today is a straight up brag. Because even with all of the everything, I DID THIS. I put one foot in front of the other, I did the work, and I showed up. And I am so proud of me. Even though 100 days is HUGE, it is only the beginning because I am going to keep doing the work and I am going to keep showing up. GUYS! I AM DOING IT!
Give people a chance to cheer. People want to be all in for you! When you are vulnerable, you make other people feel safe and when other people feel safe, they get vulnerable and that is when the miracles happen and the world changes. Continue reading
☝️My non-fancy meditation space: fuzzy blanket; lots and lots of water (clear out those toxins!), current meditation material: May Cause Miracles, I am not loving it as much as I thought, but I am only on Week 1 (review to follow) and my no makeup just woke up face, I still don’t know how to photoshop myself so just don’t be rude about it to my face (behind my back is totally fine).
So, words I thought I never would write: Meditation has changed my life. Continue reading