What Lessons Have You Learned?

I’m about to move next month and I’ve been trying to make sure everything is together for this move. You wouldn’t even believe me if I said I’ve been waiting on this move for over a year now and it is finally here. However, these last couple of weeks has been mind-blowing. It’s as if there has been an attack on my life. People have been removed out of my life, my health has been bothering me, drama been hunting me, and I don’t feel like I’m accomplishing anything. I pray daily so that I can not only let go of these situations but also heal from these situations.

What these last few weeks taught me?

  1. Protect my space and energy. There are so many times that just because we been cool for years l allowed people back into my life. After listening to Blessed and Bossed Up Podcast Episode Lifestyle Marketing, I realized that you don’t need everyone to be your friend or in your space. Everyone isn’t going to have your best interest at heart. Also, people shouldn’t be allowed in your space. People’s energy normally alters your energy. So be careful who you have around you.
  2. Your health is a priority. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been in toxic situations and my anxiety has been over the roof. I mean it’s so bad to the point where my voice started to go away and I couldn’t work out because I was having a hard time breathing. Guess what, it all stemmed from being stressed out, depressed, and ready to shake this joint. See I know if my anxiety is bad that I’m having flare ups with my PSCO. I’m telling you now stress will kill you, pay attention to what you get mad about and put your energy into.

Things I needed to realize:

  1. Drama isn’t worth it. Even if it’s not my issue just listening to someone tell me about it, makes me involved. I must learn not to carry other’s drama with me. I also must look at my own situations and ask myself is it worth it? Life is too short. The more I engage in the wrong thing, the more drama I get into. So, eliminate the drama by making things easy on yourself. That means to just let it go and keep it pushing you to have bigger things that need your attention.
  2. You are accomplishing, just open your eyes to see. I have so much to do. Making sure my blog is up and running and consistent, packing and moving, and being a working mother. I don’t feel like I got anything done in these last couple of months, especially with my blog. I was so busy trying to complete everything at once which caused me to see past my achievements. My business coach told me to stop trying to be perfect. I accomplished many of my goals these last few months. I was too blinded by what needed to be done to see. It’s better to know that others are watching you accomplish your dream. They may see something you don’t see yourself.

I know this is a lot. But I appreciate God in every way because He has been watching over me and teaching me valuable lessons. Even though it may have bothered me, it feels good knowing that I’m growing in life. Look at how far I’ve come.

Answer these questions:

Have you paid attention to the growth in your life?

What areas are you being elevated?

What do you need to let go of?

When was the last time you checked on your health?

One Reply to “What Lessons Have You Learned?”

  1. Have you paid attention to the growth in your life?
    Yes, there’s so much growth in my life its hard not to pay attention.

    What areas are you being elevated?
    I used to be a hot ass mess! I was on probation for 5 years, an alcoholic and had lots of rage. Now I am a holistic health coach, but only after doing years of work. Healing my past pain and facing myself. I am peaceful, I don’t allow people to take me out of my element and I protect my peace and put my health first.

    What do you need to let go of?
    Worrying about what others think of me.

    When was the last time you checked on your health?
    This week! I had developed a rash this week after eating cheap food and being stressed. I fasted, meditated, took two days off to just relax and applied neem oil to the rash. Within 24 hours I was healed.

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