Hello lovely reader!
Fun fact … this is the longest I have ever committed to blogging daily and to be honest, I feel pretty good about myself. Honestly, I had my doubts, but I got some recognition from a pretty established blogger who said she loved what I wrote and what I have to say and THAT … was good enough for me!
Onwards and Upwards!
Today I wanted to write about keeping faith alive. In short, it is all about your ‘belief’.
Belief is something we all have. It is the trust that you have in yourself. The acceptance that whatever happens, you will survive. Right now, I have a belief in starting something new. And by new, I mean something that is completely left-field to what I have been thinking about.
Am I scared? Absolutely! But that is when ‘belief’ comes into the picture.
I guess you could call it a crisis. Nothing life-threatening so don’t worry … just something that has been bugging me for a while, and I thought to write it down and share it with you and see if you are going through the same thing.
I haven’t exactly written about my story on the blog, because I am trying to figure it out myself. This is why I was drawn to ‘intentional living’ in the first place. I’m still very early in this journey, and in fact, you can say that I am still starting, but one thing I do know; the belief that I have in myself.
It took me a long time to even get that faith, but now that I have … I know.
Everything is going to be alright. I will survive. YOU will survive.
Sounds kind of dramatic, but if you are struggling with this icky feeling, then take a deep breathe and simply BELIEVE in yourself. Have faith in your choice, and know that you will learn from whatever life throws at you.
Anytime you have a bout of anxiety or overthink about your future, simply trust and let go. No ‘what ifs’ and ‘what cans’. Simply believe!
Belief gives us hope. It gives us a purpose to keep going. And it keeps our confidence alive! So believe and, the rest will take care of itself. Always remember, YOU are going to be just fine!
Do you struggle in believing yourself? Comment below if you are also struggling, or have struggled and how this self-belief has helped you move forward. I would love to know.