"Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one"
"Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one."
Questioning our life and its purpose is an extremely common past time. Am I doing the right thing? Does this career make me happy? Does my life have purpose?
We all do it.
Since I started the blog back in November of 2017, I have enjoyed it immensely as a creative outlet and it has reignited my love for all things style and beauty. This avenue is something I have a huge love for, and I think I have a talent for. While it is still in the growing process, it makes you want to know whether you're making the right choices and steps. It also makes you wonder if you're good enough.
At the beginning of the year, my Mom and I went for a reading with a Medium. I am very fortunate that I haven't had many people close in my life pass. One person actually, my Papa. In our chats, as I was older especially, we would talk about how work was going and if I was happy. Because if you love what you do, you will never work a day in your life. That was something that brought up in the reading. We talked about how I am on the right path and how I took a different route; and how it doesn't matter because I'm doing what I'm meant to. You may be a skeptic and that is a load of BS. And you know what? That's okay.
Bag: Danielle Nicole via Amazon, regular retail $80, scored it for under $20!
Last week on here and on Instagram I put up a new post Disneybounding (casually, I will admit) as Jasmine. I was really happy with the concept and how the images came out. One of the posts I was able to promote on Instagram, and was amazed at the positive feedback. Over 2,000 people around the world not only saw my image, but liked it. They liked my idea, my creative concept and how the whole thing worked together.
To me, that was completely mind-blowing. I am not just saying that to sound humble, I genuinely mean I was shocked. I am on the right path. It may not be the easiest one, but I most certainly picked the right one.Thanks for reading!!
Fun little fact! For years I was terrified of Grandmother Willow. Enhanced by the fact my grandparents had this big willow tree, and one time my Mom talked in a different voice having me convinced there was a talking tree in the yard. I am no longer freaked out by her. But if a tree starts talking in the woods tomorrow... I will 100% freaked out.