The light eventually punches through the blinds and I open my eyes. Eventually.
Most days my mind wakes me before my body is truly ready to rise. I find it funny most days. Other days I want to punch my mind.
It took me years to realize that I have a very particular way to wake up and be ready to take on the day’s challenges. It took me years to honor my body.
I tried to force it to do things that my body just was not going to do.
I see the distinct differences in my girls. You could see these behaviors since they were infants and see them play themselves out daily almost 10 years later. Living life gives you these angles of perspectives.
So now, I lay here. Sometimes for up to two hours. Work is being done. I find my mind a curious funny thing.
I lay here. Let it run and assemble my day.
My priorities. My frustrations. Give myself some positive affirmations. On the more interesting day I may cuss myself out.
I am worthy. I am a beast. I am a success NOW. Time to share this with the world!
Let’s roll out!