Spending a lot of time with your thoughts when you are at a low point can sometimes lead to feelings of self-pity, sadness, or anger. However, I have found that being in a position of vulnerability has led me to be thankful for the simple things that I once took for granted and see what is important in my life.
There have been things pulling at my heart over the past year that I have been making excuses about, and I have come to a point where it's now or never.
Life is too short to settle for anything short of amazing!
I have passions and talents that I want to pursue, but have been afraid of failing (again). I am thankful to have a super supportive husband who has been encouraging me to go for my dreams and stop making excuses. I find that writing down my thoughts and goals helps me set out a plan of action and gets me excited about it.
I am slowly figuring who I am and who God has made me to be, and who I want to become.
I want to be a leader.
I want to be a woman of strength.
I want to be a source of comfort.
I want to be a mother.
I want to love the unloved.