When I first started this blog I always celebrated the small growth. I have learned to appreciate my journey without comparing it to anyone else’s, to clap for myself without feeling the need to explain it, and to double check that everything I do is in humility and not to feed the ego.
I have learned the importance of owning my stuff.
Owning your stuff means to own your decisions and accomplishments even if others do not deem it important.
Owning your stuff means to be proud of yourself without prefacing it with that insecure, “I know this not as better as some,” stuff.
If you can’t be proud of you, who will?
Stop lessening your value. You don’t have to be like everyone else or do what everyone else is doing. A perfect example is how everyone is going LIVE now. That is great and I love how people are being creative amid this pandemic, but you don’t have to go LIVE if it’s not you. There is no one way to be successful online.
Do what feels right with your soul first because as COVID has reminded us, life is not all about numbers, followers, likes, and it is not all about money. That is not why I acknowledge these mini milestones as I have done since I started this blog.
…but I am getting sidetracked…
Thank you for following this blog, for supporting my writing, and for being a part of this journey.
To learn how the blog subscription works click here.
*I post frequently but you can adjust your settings to determine how often you want to get emails.
*Note: This is based on the number under the subscription button, not the number that shows up in the reader.