I’m taking a social media sabbatical. Because of the business I’m in, I’ve learned some habits. One if which is to never post anything negative. Ever. Don’t be controversial. Politics. Religion. Swearing. Fuck. OK, no one really likes that on social media anyway. Except the swearing (but only when absolutely necessary).
But stay away from conversations on gay rights, black rights, women’s rights… you know humanity and things that matter. Don't ever get sick or have a bad day. Don't ask for help.
Just take one more smiley selfie. Because that's what the world needs.
I’m tired. I’m tired of not being real. I’m tired of keeping the things that matter locked inside. I’m tired of trying to show everyone that network marketing is some fantasy land. Don’t get me wrong. It’s incredibly rewarding. The lessons I’ve learned, the people I’ve met, the residual income I’ve earned. But having to show up sunshine and rainbows all of the time is just a soul sucker.
One of the things that actually attracted me to my new company was watching the constant message of coming to the table as the real you.
Yet some habits die hard, I guess. I still struggle. What to post? What not to post? So let me scroll through and find someone else better than me and mimic what they're doing. Because in some way, shape, or form I'm not good enough.
So I'ma take a little break and come back when I'm ready to play like a big girl. When I'm ready to speak my truth from my heart like the worthy MomBoss I know I am. When I can get the answers from my soul and not from someone with xxK followers.
You see. I just can’t not cut through the bullshit anymore.
I'm a messy hair lovin' - soulful book junkie - mompreneur who's totally addicted to helping women design a life they lovI'm here, simply, to share my truth so that it inspires you to live yours! To be your boldest, most authentic self, to find your tribe that supports your soul, and to go after success in every area of your life. e.