Once You Stop Reinventing Yourself, You Die

I’ve been contemplating doing exactly this (starting a blog) for I don’t even know how long. It always felt too “big” for me. I worried about how others would perceive me doing something like this. I still worry about that now. I’ve always been a super impulsive person, usually to my detriment. I learn more about myself every single day and I’ve always been obsessed with the idea of reinventing myself. That’s the most beautiful thing about life. The opportunity and ability we have to change, whenever we want. No matter our past, our current circumstances, or even our insecurities we can choose something new, at any time. So anyway, although I contemplated getting started with this SO many times over the past two years, I consistently put it off. It felt a lot easier to ignore this (kind of terrifying) idea so I kept pushing it out of my mind altogether. For some reason today my impulse was too strong to ignore and I quickly turned to my best friend, Google, typed in “How to start a blog”, went to the first site it listed and signed right up. I’ve always had a general idea of what I would like to focus on. My heart is beating out of my chest right now purely from the excitement I am feeling because I can barely believe I’ve finally made this leap into doing something I have a great passion for. Writing has always been a huge passion of mine, but because I didn’t see myself as the best, I let the writer part of me fall away. I still keep a personal journal and it’s full of my deepest and darkest moments, along with some of the biggest highlights and huge “aha” moments of my life. I have always felt there was this sense of flow or even some type of magic happening when I let my thoughts out onto a page. It ignites something really special inside of me. I’m excited that I am finally being vulnerable enough to share this with the world. I hope people will relate to my content and even more importantly, I pray I can ignite the change in those who truly long for it. No matter where we may be in our lives, I believe one thing we all truly want is to be able to reinvent ourselves as often as we can.

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