Remind yourself of the things you love. Review your reasons why when life seems to be dragging you around.
I found my peace in rest and staying focused on my why the last couple days. Before that, life’s been giving me whirlwind weeks. Those weeks it’s easy to wanna throw in the towel. It’s easy to think, “maybe this just isn’t for me.” That is not true. It’s even more not true during whirlwind weeks.
There are jobs out there that may be better for some people. And there are things and places we need to step away from in life. Those aren’t the situations I’m talking about. I’m talking about the project you started that seems to keep backfiring on you. The job you started with pure intentions, with a curious mind and an eager heart. That job. That project. That’s the one I’m asking you to sit down and remember why you started it.
I’ll share my why. I began studying psychology to help my mom. Psychology lit my fire in so many ways. I lost track of myself after I had my first daughter, which I’m coming to learn is natural for women. Then I went to school to get my degree so I could get access to the best therapy programs for my mom. My mom has always been and always will be my reason.