No More Lame Excuses: 2018

Are you still writing? How’s the blog? What have you published lately?

To all those that have asked, or have thought to ask, the answer is: nothing.

Actually, that’s not quite true. I do write… a lot in fact. I’m just not sharing. I’ve been keeping my words to myself, my ideas for conversations and my blog untouched. The reasons are multitude and I could begin to list them but I’ve recently realized that they are merely excuses. Truth is, I worry how my thoughts will be judged and feel guilt when I add another “selfish” thing to my plate that would pull me away from spending more devoted time with my children.

Oh yes, since I last posted, I had another child. We are officially a family of four: Marko, Helena, myself and the hubs.

So, no more excuses. No more guilt. I’m a stronger mother when I am true to my wants and needs. When I put myself first (not everyone else first!), I can be the most rockin mom I WANT to be. Will things be perfect? Absolutely not. Is that ok? Absolutely. “I am the creator of my destiny, not the manager of circumstance” is a quote i recently heard at a Tony Robbins’ Power of Success event and it hit a chord with me. I don’t have to struggle to stay afloat as a working mother of two. I can thrive. I can build the best situation for me in the circumstance I find myself in.

So here we are. A mommy blog. A wifey blog. A woman’s blog about all things lifestyle and home. A foodie blog cause who doesn’t like to eat? But above all, this will be a blog about growth and taking life by the balls. I hope I inspire you along the way 😉

Photos from my most recent family shoot for your viewing pleasure. Thank you Tandem Photography! 😉

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2 Comments on No More Lame Excuses: 2018

  1. Neomie
    October 13, 2018 at 8:25 am (6 days ago)

    Go for it Sabrina! Struggling to find the same balance and I know A LOT of mamas are so I look forward to reading about your journey.

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    • Sabrina
      October 15, 2018 at 10:59 am (4 days ago)

      Thanks for sharing Neomie. I totally get it and can 100% relate. We all get stuck in a rut. we all get stuck in the mindset that we need to do it all, be there for everyone and we’ll be “fine” later. I can’t emphasize enough how much work needs to be done to get us women to start putting ourselves work. hopefully my stories inspire! Stay tuned 😉

      p.s. you’re amazing for moving and doing what you do!

      Reply

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