True Happiness Sometimes Requires A Heartfelt Leap

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True Happiness Sometimes Requires A Heartfelt Leap

True Happiness Sometimes Requires A Heartfelt Leap

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In exactly one week, I will be embarking on the next chapter of my life.

I will be chasing my own happiness.

And you know what?

I’m not scared AT ALL.

I’m leaving a stable, well-paying job, but I have no worry about income.

No longer will I have the ability to engage in adult conversations every day, but I care not.

I will be solely responsible for finding enough work to sustain my family, but it won’t be an issue.

For once in my life, I feel 100% confident in my ability to carry out my dreams.

True Happiness Sometimes Requires A Heartfelt Leap

Part of this is God’s work, but another part of this is my own self. Finally I am at a place where I have the needed confidence within myself.

What I know is this: I won’t fail.
And I KNOW that I will soar.
Also I KNOW that my happiness is right in front of me.
So hear me say – I CAN DO THIS.

When I think of August 1st, my first day without a steady job, I have no anxiety. I feel no stress.

I feel excitement. Pure and complete excitement.

Working from home on my own terms, I will have the ability to put my daughter on the bus every morning while reminding her of what I tell her every day: “You are strong, you are brave, you are smart and you are beautiful”.

I will be able to take time out of my day to drive to her school and volunteer in her classroom.

My son and I will have our days to ourselves to bond further. I will be able to teach him his numbers and letters. He and I will snuggle together and make lunch together and enjoy each others company.

I will make memories. And I will have the energy to make them.

No more collapsing on the couch at the end of the day from mental and emotional exhaustion.

There will be no rushing around to get out the door in the mornings.

I will have the ability to be a GOOD mom. Not a crazy, harried, stressed out mom.

Even if I only earn a fraction of what I did at my steady job, life will go on. Because my kids will still be fed, and they will still have a home and clothes to wear.

And they will also have a mom that is happy. That is calm. And is rested.

True Happiness. That is worth the equivalent of gold.

Our family will be rich in happiness, and that’s all that matters.


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