Sometimes you just have to hit that reset button! You just have to trust the magic of new beginnings.
I started blogging back in 2016 and when life got a little hectic and nursing school duties took priority, blogging kind of came to a standstill. For the last year I contemplated on whether or not I wanted to continue with my LivingChiclyAverage brand. I have always enjoyed writing. I express myself best in this way. If I have something important to say, I tend to write down all my thoughts and brain dump on paper. That then will eventually translate it into a voice. I process everything internally and blogging has helped me to visually connect my thoughts to everyday life. Blogging also helps me build my credibility while keeping me accountable. LivingChiclyAverage, the brand now too has voice. A purpose.
LivingChiclyAverage has been created to inspire myself and others, improve my writing abilities, meet new people, share knowledge, gain knowledge, stay connected and document life; when life is good, bad, or subpar. The year 2020 will go down in history as a “what the heck was that” kind of era. Many have lost their lives, many have failed, many have succumbed to the pressure of the simple demands that come with daily life, but at the same time, many have flourished, many have reconnected, found their voice and achieved goals. The one thing that is so admirable about humans is whether you realize it or not, we are good at making lemonade when life gives us lemons. We all go through the process of living differently but in the end, we are all survivors.
"...challenges are gifts that force us to search for a new center of gravity. Don't fight them. Just find a new way to stand."
Now that LivingChiclyAverage has gotten a facelift, I am excited to bond with all my readers. I want this to be an ever-evolving journey. A journey where I learn from you and you learn from me. Grow with me. Afterall, you too are: LivingChiclyAverage.
What's new in your life? What changes have you had to make to keep you moving closer toward your goals? Feeling discouraged doesn't mean your plan has to stop... What are you doing to reset?