Are you failing at #allthethings?
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There are so many times in my day that I feel like I am failing #allthethings.
I know you feel that way too some days (or most days).
During my women’s retreats, I share a personal story about how I learned how to change those feelings of failure and celebrate my wins.
Friends I encourage you to do this everyday.
Find a reason to celebrate.
Those tiny wins can help you and they are proof that you aren’t failing mama.
Here’s the thing.
I know you are doing a great job. Often our feelings of failure are because we care so much.
I love that about you. You want the best for your family.
Today wasn’t that productive of a Monday for me. My list is loooong of all the things I didn’t get done and of all the school work that never got completed.
But today I am choosing to celebrate. Here is my win today.
Personal development is one of my favorite things. It’s part of our #homeschool curriculum almost daily.
The activity today was for my son Gabriel to answer the following question.
“Imagine you are 71 years old and the local paper wants to write an article about your life. What did the headline say?”
Gabriel answered that “he inspired people to reach their goals and be their best.”
Y’all this answer caught me completely off guard but my heart exploded with his words.
He is the kid that literally could change the world if he stays out of trouble. I can’t wait to see what he does in his life. I know he already inspires and pushes me to be my best, if only others get to be so lucky.
Mama, isn’t it moments like this where you feel like you did something right even if everything else went to crap that day?
Write these wins down. Celebrate them. And then use that momentum of your win as you start the day tomorrow. I promise you it will make all the difference!
What can you celebrate today?