Hello everyone, it’s Bre!
It’s been so long, and I have missed you all so much. I’ve missed writing for you and being able to chat with you. I know I have not been the most consistent person, and for that I am sorry. But today, we are addressing everything, and we are going to have an intimate discussion, something I haven’t talked about ever on this page: doing what you love/being consistent.
This blog is one of my most loved interests in the universe. Being able to write about anything and everything and have a medium to post these pages in, has been a huge gift to me, one that I have taken for granted, and one that has put some pressure one me. My favorite pastimes are writing; stories, non-fiction, fiction, journals, and more. My love affair with writing hasn’t always been easy and it probably never will be. I have all these ideas wracking my brain but when I go to write them on paper, it either comes out as word vomit, or nothing. All those ideas buzzing in my head like bees have been smoked out. Why is that? Why?
Sometimes we as humans give too much of ourselves, or we split ourselves into pieces, like a pie. A piece goes to work, home life, family, friends, our children, worship and more! That’s 6 slices, practically a whole pie! But what do we leave for ourselves? All 6 pieces have been divided up into the important parts of life but all we are left with are crumbs. If you are like me you will eat those crumbs on the bottom of the pan, but it isn’t as filling as a slice of pie. Yet, we wonder why we are still hungry?
I have only realized recently that I was giving everyone/everything else too much of myself and I am still learning to give time to me and doing things I love.Things like writing and reading and playing video games!
When we do something we love however, we give and we give but sometimes there isn’t enough take. One of the problems I run into the most is I mismanage my expectations, and I think many people can agree on this, especially when it is something we are passionate about. I’m not a big ‘lesson of the day’ type person, but the lesson of the day is to manage your expectations/be consistent with yourself. When you do those two things, you will notice a significant increase in your well being.
I’m sorry it’s been a while and I need to work on bettering my communications with everyone. I am using my own lesson today and I am slowly learning to manage my expectations. I am uclear of a schedule yet but I will be back! I won’t be posting as much as I used too but I am hoping to still post at least 1-2 times a week. I am learning to give myself a piece of the pie.
I can’t wait to be posting again and the more you guys read, the more I will write for you! I am always open for chatting and suggestions too! If you want to chat, my email is email@example.com
I’m sitting here with a smile on my face as I write this, and I am so excited to be back. I can’t wait to chat with you!
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