I was a creative child. If you had asked me who I wanted to be when I grew up, my answer would have been a best-selling author and poet. I wanted to live in Greenwich Village and attend NYU (New York University) to study movie production and theatre arts. Read More
I’m sure many people will agree that January is one of the most looked-forward-to months of the year.
It’s a time of new beginnings. A time to embrace your dreams and start planning for the year to come. It’s your opportunity to wipe the slate clean and start new. There’s an awakening that starts to happen at the end of every year. We start to think of all the things we want to leave behind and what we want to embrace.
Why is the concept of doing what we do for others for ourselves so difficult to grasp? I’m not really sure that our i-can-do-it-all mentality is something that we’re even conscious of. We’ve become so inundated with terms that define who we should be – girlboss, supermom, hustler… the list goes on and on.
Maybe we’ve convinced ourselves that self-sacrifice equals “adulting”.
The holidays are a time to enjoy your loved ones and celebrate the closing of the current year. Even though it’s festive and spirited, it can also be quite busy and hectic. We run around trying to juggle a million things at once in an attempt to make sure that everyone else has a great time.