KICKASS WITCH : Putting The "K" In Magick
Do you ever feel like there's a gigantic gap between the way you're living now and the life of your dreams? Do you sometimes wish you could wave a magick wand and all of your problems would just disappear so that you could finally step into the kickass life you know you were meant to lead? I can't promise you that transformation is as easy as waving a magick wand, but I do have quite a few tricks up my sleeve and am more than happy to share them with you here. So, chin up, Gorgeous, stick around and, most importantly... BELIEVE!

Thursday, February 28, 2013

What's With All The Posers, Phonies & Inauthentic People Out There???

I was not the coolest customer in my 20s. I was a bit of a loose canon & entirely unpredictable.

My early 30s were only slightly better. I had finally stepped onto what would become my path for the next decade (& hopefully beyond), but I was still filled with self doubt & apparently had a few moments of self-sabotage left to get out of my system.

In my mid 30s, just when I thought I finally had it all together, all hell broke loose in one cataclysmic event that brought my every fear to the surface & forced me to get clear about who I really was & what I was willing to fight for.

It was in that moment that I became the woman I had always wanted to be, the woman I had been all along, underneath the layers of inauthenticity.

It wasn't pretty. It wasn't fun. But it was real. And now so am I.

That doesn't make me special. A lot of people go through something like that in their mid 30s. Some go through it earlier, some later- maybe the luckiest among us don't need to go through it at all?

Regardless, the road to authenticity is not always pretty. At times, it can be down right embarrassing.

So this is a call to be patient & compassionate if you find yourself or see someone else fumbling down that path. It ain't easy & the last thing you need on your journey is a judgmental eye scrutinizing your every misstep...


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2 comments:

  1. Funny and poignant post!
    My oldest daughter just turn 21 and she is quite mature because she was always this way!
    I do relate to this post and I also do remember myself at my 20's and how lost I felt at times.

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    1. That's awesome. She must have had a kickass mom! THANKS, Ofelia :O)

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