Support and sharing with other members of the MKMMA and my guide this week was crucial to helping me stay involved and keeping on keeping on. Shelby Nolan’s post this week, you can see it by clicking on her name on the lower right under “MKMMA Blogs I Follow,” pretty much hit the nail on the head for me and even of further importance, kept me from straying from the process any further and even more importantly, got my head back into the game. It is so easy to just slide back into comfortable and let my old feelings and comfort zone take over…BUT I don’t want that anymore! I haven’t spent 13 weeks to get to where I am to just let it all slide back to how it was, to how I was!!!??? I am happier. I am more aware of what I need to be aware of; me, my mind set, my opinions, my spoken words, my negativity, my positiveness, my interactions with others and my level of gratitude. Comments are coming, which so fire me up and give me the fuel and incentive to persist and changes are taken place for the good finally and I do not want to blow it…I persist, I win!
I understand now that we are all progressing at our own pace. I will not condemn myself for not being further along *red pencil syndrome, rather I will commend myself *green pencil, for staying with this and recognize all the great things that are and will come of this! I had originally thought, and expected, that this process would have been a little faster, but I also did not think that it was going to be like this. I really had no idea with what was going to be happening, and quite honestly at this point I am still not really sure, but I know that I trust the people and the process at this point and I am going to keep myself focused so as to keep moving forward. “I welcome obstacles as they are my challenges.”
Please make a comment for me as these have become the fuel to keep my rockets blazing.