I dropped out of school.
I left the country.
I met a man.
I got CRAZY in debt in a business venture.
I started all over.
When we simply read the statements, we miss a lot of the story. I often feel this is how social media is sometimes as well as the fast paced lives we all live day in and day out.
If you slowed down when you read it, you would find out the story behind each statement and you would know:
I dropped out of school… during my Master’s program to further grow as an individual and FIND myself rather than doing what I was “suppose” to or “expected to be doing”
I left the country… to travel for an international resort company (potentially lost myself a little more at first but it was exactly where I was meant to be.)
I met a man… while traveling the world and fell in love. I am now happily married to him.
I got CRAZY in debt in a business venture… that helped me grow in my relationship and understand that sometimes we have to fail miserably in order to succeed.
I stared all over… a number of times in my life but only to come out a better version of myself! Write your own story and don’t be afraid to share ALL of it! It’s all part of the journey and we should be proud of each step we have taken! Don’t miss out on any of the details!
In case you missed it, my first podcast episode released today and it’s all on getting to know me! There is a lot that goes on behind each of our lives besides what meets the social media eye ✨
In case you didn’t know, I’m CHOOSING Crazy over Easy ✨
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Are you anything like me where you had this age in your head where you ASSUMED you would have it all figured out? Good, because me too. In this podcast I hope you find yourself inspired and motivated to enjoy the journey you are on but also learn to appreciate when things feel like somewhat of a hot mess.