I’m a recovering workaholic and perfectionist - always trying to fit in and be liked-a result from being the youngest of five kids.
I have spent years believing that having it all and doing it all was going to bring me happiness, boy was I wrong.
After spending 10 years in corporate America struggling to open my eyes every morning, I realized that happiness was something I found in myself not in my career or in the things I owned. I began to question society rules, family expectations, and stigmas that women were made for cleaning/cooking/and child bearing. The more I let go limiting beliefs and things, the simpler my life became.
As someone who has tried doing all the things, let me tell you, happiness is not about the things, it’s all about your desire to accept yourself for who you are - no matter what the world thinks.
If you’re interested in making your life simple, I have some resources to help you!