This guidance comes from your inner self and before you stop reading this and write it off as some hokey BS. Ask yourself:
Have you ever been asked a question and known the answer immediately?
Have you ever felt drawn to a certain person or place?
Have you ever experienced de ja vu or odd coincidences?
Ever make a decision that you knew was wrong and then spend the rest of the week becoming frustrated and easily angered?
It wasn’t easy for me to become my own hero, and it didn’t happen over night. It took a whole lot of courage and telling my ego to hit the road! I had to allow myself to look inward and be vulnerable.
See, here’s the thing. We control our story. We govern what we believe about ourselves. We can believe we are doomed, unworthy, and sit back and let life happen to us.
Advice for when you want to use a pen and paper to change your life, but you’ve outgrown “Dear Diary.”
Practicing gratitude used to feel like a chore to me. I thought I was already thankful, so why did I need to take the time to write it down? Would it really make a difference?
Now that I’ve been doing it for about two years, I can answer that:
In fact, it can completely change your life!
Have you ever…
– Felt the pull to jump in your car and take off?
– Had an aching in your feet to venture to an unknown destination?
– Experienced an tug in your soul to try something new?
Here are 3 lessons I learned by travelling solo!
Are you holding the pen that writes the story of your life, or are you letting it unfold by chance?
The sexiest thing you ever did, was show me the parts of yourself you thought were ugly.