Just a girl looking to make a change in this great big world, I always came across with a smile. 🙂 Even on the hardest of days as a child growing up with parents going through a divorce, at the age of 7. (Which I must add I have two great parents but they just did not get along and for this reason they took a separate path.) But through this process I was to be strong yet soft and sometimes happy yet sad. I set out to make a change. This change often came across as someone that was ultra confident but I often felt like I was discovering things about myself everyday. There were so many things to discover as I was growing up to an independent woman. Things like my adventurous nature also had fear. I also discovered that my desire to be liked by the world could also be negative because I deeply cared and took things to heart. But as I grew up, at 38 years old, I learned to love each day and embrace the individual I had become. I felt the need to spread joy to all that I came in contact with. I felt the need to give my children my love each and everyday by being their biggest supporter. I also learned to use the fuel of growing up with divorced parents to make me a better mom and wife. I felt the need to be different.
If you want to make a change, do not want or over contemplate; take your felt the need and use this to surge you because there is nothing you cannot to. And use your fear to fuel you to be the very best YOU!