Change can be scary, sad, and painful–which is why I think so many people are scared to actually take that jump when it’s needed. But change can also be for the best, even when it might not seem like it at that moment. My life has changed drastically over the course of these last six months, and I’ve gone through every emotion possible. I’ve stayed pretty quiet on social media lately, because I’ve been trying to process things and focus on myself.
Work has been crazy busy lately. We’re going through major growing pains, as we’re splitting our company into two different entities (I’ll share more about this soon). I’m always on the go, so I find myself not even having a second to think. There’s just so much going on that I don’t know how to organize my life, brain, or thoughts!
When you’re a business owner, you never leave work at work–you’re constantly thinking about what’s next and how to improve. We all know how much I love Instagram, but I barely have a moment to even check my Instagram these days and social media is actually how I de-stress, get my inspiration, and motivation! This all sounds like I’m complaining, but I’m not. I’m just accepting changes and trying to figure out my new system and my new flow.
My personal life, on the other hand, has been filled with other changes that I have been overcoming these last six months. I choose not to share everything, but I had to let go of something and someone that has been a big part of the last four years of my life. I’d be lying to you if I said I wasn’t heartbroken. I sometimes still find myself in disbelief, but it’s reality and it’s something that had to happen. We all have lessons that we have to learn in life, and I’ve learned so much. Like I mentioned above, though change is scary and painful, we sometimes have to go through it to look at things in a different light and to find out that change really is for the best.
If there’s one thing that I want people to get out of this blog post, it would be to always listen to your gut, don’t take things or people for granted, and to not let fear overcome your decisions to take action. Through these changes, I’ve lost some really close people in my life, but there’s always two sides to every story and people will always talk and speculate. You may never have the chance to tell your side, but that’s life.
Though there have been a lot of ups and downs on my journey, I’m grateful for the life lessons and I’m very excited for the next chapter of my life. I choose to be happy and I know my self worth–and I will never settle for anything less than that. Now, you’ll see a lot more regular posting, a lot more content creation, and a lot more of doing what I love. I’ll be turning 27 at the end of this month and though I’ve been freaking out about getting older, I’m actually more collected about it lately since all of the changes.
Thanks for always reading along. Hope everyone has had a wonderful weekend! xx