Happy Monday, folks!
Isn’t it crazy how we are already coming to the end of March?!
That means that April…and hopefully Spring-like weather is right around the corner.
Currently, I’m wrapped in two blankets with a sniffy nose trying to breathe through my nostrils.
Mother Nature’s wrath is very real.
And I’m going to need her to send us some sunshine.
So…Mother Nature…this cold.
And that’s the theme of this week’s blog post.
Here we go.
I’m sure we have all had a moment in our lives where we had to travel through a thick, dense fog.
Your eyes squint to see what is ahead, you hit the brakes to slow down your car, and you turn your lights to a level in hopes of trying to create a path ahead of you that can be navigated safely.
It can be intense and scary.
Fog can cause intimidation…
Fog can cause anxiety…
For can cause fear…
Fog can cause confusion…
Fog can cause us to second guess ourselves…
Fog can cause things to change in the matter of seconds.
I’ve been experiencing what feels like a lot of fog lately, but not the kind that Mother Nature presents to us.
And while it may not be the fog that dictionary.com defines as “a thick cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth’s surface which obscures or restricts visibility”–it is still a kind that can restrict the visibility.
It is still a kind that can cause the anxiety, the fear, the confusion, the second guessing.
The fog of negative self-talk.
The fog of feeling jealousy toward others.
The fog of comparing yourself to someone else in your life or that you see on social media.
The fog of thinking you are not enough.
The of thinking you are not beautiful enough.
The fog of thinking you are not rich enough.
The fog of thinking you are not popular enough.
The fog of thinking you need to fit society’s expectations and mold perfectly.
You ARE enough.
You ARE beautiful.
You ARE unique.
You ARE special.
You ARE perfect in your own way.
Don’t let the fog of life obscure or restrict your own visibility of how truly amazing you are.
Sprinkle sunshine always,