I am always so inspired to write the blogs I write about mental health, self-love, confidence, body image, food blogs and relationships. I’m really passionate about what I write and I always remind myself of the reason why when blogging about more difficult topics.
I’ll be real with you all – sometimes it isn’t easy to write about a real life experience because there are moments that I kinda re-live that experience in my mind and the emotions can be a bit raw. For that, I separate those “feelings” and focus more on spreading the message and raising awareness. As corny as this sounds, I want to help as many people as possible and inspire them by bringing out the best in all of us.
The point of this blog entry is that pushing feelings aside doesn’t make them go away, they come back a day or two later. And that’s what just happened to me now, I remembered the shit I wrote in my last blog entry and I felt sick to my stomach. I hate to say this, but I cried now for a good two minutes [ONLY, thankfully] and I am glad I did (which I haven’t done in a long time). I needed to flush this out of my system completely and I fucking did like the queen I have worked so hard to become.
Having a moment of rumination is OKAY! We all take round trips from time to time to reflect on the past to heal, grow, evolve and learn. And that is the most beautiful part of this journey. On that note, I’ll end this blog with a quote from Grey’s Anatomy.
“No one remembers easy. They remember the blood and the bones and the long, agonizing fight to the top. And that is how you become… Legendary.”
Stay fucking awesome, bold, fearless and badass 💋 Also, put on your crown and remind them all of who they’re dealing with 👑