Inspiration is that little friend who hypes you up over small things and cheers you on in the process. But, when you have beef with it seems to take everything it has and leave.
So many ideas have been formulating on what to write for my ‘first day back’ on the job.
“Should I make a huge announcement?”
“Do I make a video of me crying about my struggles and comparing myself to others?”
Comparing yourself to others is definitely an art form in a class of its own. Scrolling Instagram for inspiration quickly turned into the guilt of how I lacked in outfits or less money for high dollar brands to keep up. I uploaded a Youtube video two weeks ago (which is doing surprisingly well) to try to ease back into my blog and yet, got pushed back due to stress and anxiety. On the contrary, everything wasn’t all bad. Traveling to San Antonio with my family, gaining new video editing techniques, and creating a business that benefits all bloggers in the DFW area! Sometimes stepping back and just living in the moment pushes that inspiration back to you when you least expect it.
I’ve been planning some crazy stuff for the rest of the year that I can’t wait for you to see!
Just a 24 year old trying to wake up before noon.