Clean Slates.

Clean Slates.

As Yom Kippur comes to a close, let today be DAY ONE of your clean slate.

No matter where you’ve been or what you’ve been through, today you get to start again.

Exhale the past & inhale the future. It has so many new & beautiful things in store for you.

Clean slates are terrifying but they are also the most beautiful thing in the world.

Your clean slate is your blank sheet of paper. Your opportunity to ask YOURSELF what YOU want for YOU this year.

No matter what point we’re at in life, none of us have reached a state of ultimate happiness or perfection.

We’re all living with:

Something we want to change.

Something we want to let go of or make better.

Something we want to experience.

Something that frightens us but that we haven’t yet developed the strength or courage to face.

We’re living with one or all of those things because that’s what makes us human.

Look back on this year & ask yourself if there are things you’ve outgrown, things that just aren’t working for you anymore or things that were simply just wrong for you in the first place.

If you can answer yes to one of those questions, let go of the things you are clinging on to & start over.

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If you’re in the best place you’ve been in your entire life, be thankful, but take this clean slate as an opportunity to strive for building better, brighter, stronger, healthier & happier.

When I look back on the past year, I see a rollercoaster of ups & downs.

I see:

  • imprisonment.

  • heartbreak.

  • pain.

  • weakness.

  • sickness.

  • suffering.

  • desperation.

  • fear.

  • frustration.

  • negativity.

  • self-hate.

  • disorder

But I also see:

  • freedom.

  • inspiration.

  • hope.

  • love.

  • happiness.

  • strength.

  • life.

  • growth.

  • independence.

  • self-improvement.

  • serenity.

  • healing.

  • positivity.

My clean slate starts off with the mission to make all of those good things what I live & breathe every single day.

I strongly believe I was faced with this year’s neverending misery so that I could truly learn to appreciate all the goodness that came from overcoming it.

I don’t know what the future holds for me & for once in my entire life, I’m perfectly okay & content with that.

I don’t need or even want to have control over everything.

I’ve regained my life & all I want to do is LIVE IT.

I go to bed at night not knowing what tomorrow holds or will bring, but what I do know is that, I’ll continue fighting, moving forward, opening new doors, doing things I never dreamt possible & sharing my story hoping to inspire you to live your best life.

I love you all to the moon & back & I’m so thankful to have you on this journey with me. ❤

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