What more would you like to be, do or have?
If you knew you could not fail, what would you go after?
Chances are your mind is bursting with ideas: plans to start a new side hustle, write a book or get into healthy cooking.
We want you to know, Savvy, the goals you have are in fact doable, it’s just about keeping your dream alive by taking one step, and then another.
So many important things vye for space on our to-do lists. There are work deadlines, meals to whip up, exercise to squeeze in, date nights to make.
And lest we forget family and friend obligations (oh the gender reveal parties, birthdays, bridal showers and housewarmings — which, while fun, take up a lot of time in our calendars).
Once we get around to crossing everything off we finally allow ourselves to say, “nighty-night.”
Whether single by intention or default, in a relationship or married, there are certain single gal perks every woman can appreciate.
Even the happiest of marrieds savor those weekends when her hubby leaves town so she can enjoy her single gal rituals, and reacquaint herself with, well, herself. And if you’re not in the best place marriage-wise, you probably need these moments even more.
Being able to take care of yourself and thrive all on your own is empowering. Hats off to you, Savvy!
That said, as strong and self-reliant as any of us may be, we still need quality people in our corner — women and men who truly get you, and have your back no matter what.
“Be yourself, everyone else is taken,” said the wise Dr. Seuss. And though his advice seems simple to follow, we often need a reminder of just how important it is to stay honest to who we truly are.
Because even though we don’t mean to, sometimes we bottle up thoughts and points-of-view that make us, well, us.
We women do so much. We give to work, family and friends. We manage homes, meals, pet vet appointments and still make time for that monthly not-so-fun bikini wax.
The female lion even does 90% of the hunting for her family. (Guess ladies get it done in the animal kingdom too!)
This time of year can be especially demanding as we say adieu to the summer work slow-down and officially fall back in to the 9-5 grind.