Do you feel like you have a purpose?
Do you feel connected to an idea or desire that serves others as well as yourself? Finding yourself can be hard in this world. The distractions we have are infinite and always leading us to drift off lost on why we are here. We look at other people’s success and try to mimic how they did it, but we all have our own journey that leads to our own purpose.
For the longest time I always felt lost or my passion for dong things was low. I was so focused on my family that I didn’t know what I wanted or really who I was anymore. I witnessed several people in my close circle making decisions because they were sure of their lives and I envied there certainty. How do you get to a space where you are happy and certain that the path you’re on is leading to your purpose?
What do you know for sure?
What I know for sure now is that I’m a traveling mompreneuer. I’m a blogger and a day trader. I homeschool my children and love being close to nature. I write about my experiences and life lessons to share and inspire others hence the word ‘blogger’. I’m also still learning and like being open to new things. I never want to stop learning and what I’ve learned so far is that I don’t know anything at all. I have so much more to learn and do, being at one job for thirty years just isn’t my style or what makes me happy. If it works for your that is great and it means you’ve found your space.
How to connect with your inner You.
The best way to connect is to turn everything off. Turn off your social media, gossip sites, your television, etc.. Feed your mind with positivity, such as books in the subject you’re most interested in, a motivating podcast, etc. Stay active by exercising, walking, riding a bike, etc.; whatever that looks like for you. Get connected with nature by spending time outside. Going to a local park and reading a book or taking a snack and have lunch/dinner outside. In other words, get out of your comfort zone or box. Do things completely out of the norm to get connected with your true purpose. It doesn’t mean you have to leave everything and travel. Whatever you’ve envisioned for yourself and for your family can happen.