Happy Sunday Beautiful Humans!

We all get ourselves into sticky situations don’t we? I would love to share some of my thoughts on the idea of living and learning through your sticky situation. I want to remind you of something super important: You will survive. You always do.

Right now, you might be in a situation that you think you will not make it.

You feel like you are drowning in a sea of misery.

You want the anxiety and depression to stop.

You feel like you will not be able to live through another mess. You feel like no matter how hard you try, you cannot rid of your baggage. But remember, six months ago you were in a situation that you did not think you would survive and two years before that you were in a situation that you also did not think you would survive.

The point I am trying to make here is that you will always surprise yourself and you will always make it through. Life has a funny yet awesome way of giving you chances– letting you experience the art of overcoming and learning from bad situations.

Greater things are in the works for you.

I know that it can be difficult to accept this while you are going through your obstacle, but if you have faith in anything, have faith in the fact that God, and the universe, have a beautiful way of straightening things out far better than we ever could.

Friend, you may not see it today or tomorrow, but you will look back in a few years and be absolutely perplexed and awed by how every little thing added up and brought you somewhere wonderful or somewhere that you have always wanted to be.

I ran a 12 kilometer race last summer called the “Dead End Race” and swimming through dirty water and getting my feet suck in a mud swamp was when I learned a very integral lesson that would change my life forever: As dirty and gross as life can get, you will rise up. You will get up and keep going because you have to. You will give yourself no choice but to move forward. I learned, while sitting in a swamp full of mud that my sticky situation will pass and what is important is that I learned something and that I will grow from.

You will survive your dirty, icky, overwhelmingly difficult, scary situation. Hey, you might even find yourself smiling at the end of it all with a thumbs up like I did at the end of my 12 kilometer race. You can do it. I believe in you. Now, I challenge you to believe in yourself.

Have a lovely day everyone !