I’m back from Italy, which was a beautiful, delicious, love-filled, insightful, and at times challenging pilgrimage to my husband’s hometown.
The long flights back to Melbourne via Singapore were easy, but the jet lag is not. It’s only 5pm on Monday and I’m ready for bed.
It’s also the day I post on my blog and I have a lot of good reasons (excuses) not to post: I’m so jet lagged. My brain is foggy. I can’t think clearly. I don’t know what to write about. I don’t feel like it.
But I also made a commitment to myself and to you to show up every week even when I don’t feel like it.
My heart is urging me to show up and just be here with all the scrambled messiness, the unknowing, the resistance, the imperfection and to offer what I can in this moment.
Our minds can justify, rationalise and explain anything but this can hold us back from what our hearts truly want.
Don’t let it hold you back. Listen to your heart. On the other side of the reasons (excuses) is the life that is waiting for you, the one you truly want to live.
With love and courage,