I was doing my best for the past few weeks, showing up for my Mummy&Me classes and 1-2-1 sessions giving as much as I could. I was there on Facebook doing lives in my beautiful community of Active Mums…
and yet I felt disconnected from my goal, from my big why…
I felt that I do all of the things but not moving forward. And this energy spreads as my hubby felt it too, just recently he said: ”Do you also have this impression that you do the things that push you forward but not give you the sense of achievement? I feel sour”. I felt sour as well…
I thought I know my big why but then I’ve realised that my goal was to please other people or help them achieve their goals rather than mines…
Can you relate to that?
I certainly can and I felt so not happy!
Do you remember when I mentioned how important it is to know your big why? (here you have the post about it). It’s so important to have a vision for your life and for me the more crystal clear it is the happier I am.
Hence when I realised that my desire wasn’t focused on me I’ve done lots of ground work. I keep reminding myself that the most important thing is to focus on me. Of course I want to have a healthy and happy family, be great wife, daughter and mum but the crucial thing is to have this goal, this burning desire that make me happy because
Happy Mum Equals Happy Baby and Happy Family!!!
So I’ve refocused on my goals, what I want to accomplish, what I want to have and most importantly how do I want to feel when I accomplish my goal. What’s this burning desire that makes me jump out of my bed in the morning and do my work?
I did some long questions answering sessions with me and read a great book my Napoleon Hill “Think and Grow Rich” and discovered some incredible things about myself.
What I love about our life as human beings it that there is always something we can work on, we can develop if we only want to and yes we will have great day but also low days.
We often forget that we need to give ourselves the permission to have low days. I talk with my hubby a lot about goals and what we want to achieve in life and one day he said that going after your goal is like being in mountains, you see this top of the mountain you want to reach but you may need to go through many valleys and smaller hills before you get on top of your mountain.
So when he said that he feels sour (I like this expression :P) I reminded him of his own story and I want to leave you with this story and ask what is your big mountain that you want to reach?
Have a lovely day!
P.S. An amazing thing about having a blog is that I can read my blogs and reflect. I’ve noticed that I am writing a lot about focusing on my happiness so that I can be a better person for my baby, my hubby, my family, friends, and my clients. I like the fact that it’s a reminder for me and hope it can be a reminder for you too 🙂