“You can apologize for what you have done, but don’t ever apologize for who you are!” – The wisest man I know
Growing up, I was always the ‘perfect one’.
I was the youngest and only daughter in my family. I grew up with two older brothers and they didn’t make it difficult for to claim the title.
I always knew I was a perfectionist. I loved being at the top of my class, placing top 10 at synchro competitions, doing everything, and excelling at all of it. Even when I got to University I did everything I could to satisfy my need to be perfect. I worked so hard towards the life that I was ‘supposed to’ be living
Little did I know how much of an impact that was having on my life, my self-esteem, my ability to live in the moment, and my ability to chase my dreams. Continue reading