The phrase above come from a song called “She Used To Be Mine” by Sara Bareilles from the musical Waitress. She goes on to talk about never being attention’s sweet center and asking for a chance to start over and rewrite an ending or two.
Do you ever feel like this? That somehow living from day to day and surviving whatever life brings you, somewhere deep inside a part of you longs to be someone else. I know I have.
Living from day to day and surviving whatever life brings you, that somewhere deep inside a part of you longs to be someone else. I know I have.
For me, remembering where I’ve been is not as important as looking at where I’m going. Yes, our past influences our future. It doesn’t have to define it and you can rewrite an ending, or as I am so fond of saying, create your own happily ever after.
Now, I don’t have a magic formula to accomplish this task. I do AND you do have the skills, techniques, and materials to begin to create your own happily ever after.
What? How do I know you can do this for yourself?
No, I am not clairvoyant, a medium, or anything of that sort.
I am being myself. I embrace the extraordinary gift of being me. I invite you to embrace the extraordinary gift of being YOU.
The secret to my confidence in creating your own happily ever after is in keeping a journal.
I am fiercely committed to inspiration, compassion, and synchronicity. I sincerely believe everything happens for a reason. Although when you are experiencing something, you certainly do not know the lesson or significant impact you will eventually come to understand. It is my belief that when you have on-going conversations on paper with yourself that you will be inspired by your own wisdom, connect with your dreams in a meaningful way, and gain compassion for who you were and the person you are becoming.
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