A New Year

2013 was a very challenging year. It was a year of growth and painful transition. I had to release my desire to make everything perfect. I had to get comfortable with knowing I didn’t have all the answers and with being responsible for more than what one person is remotely capable of. It was messy. I was pushed emotionally, physically and spiritually.

But there is beauty in the breakdown. You either give up and shut down or you open up and receive all that the universe is willing to offer. I chose the latter.

The thing is, when I look back at 2013, it’s all a blur. I survived it. I was living without being present in my moment to moment experience. There was little reflection and little joy. I know that this is not how I want to lead my life. I’ve made a commitment to myself that 2014 will be different. This year I will reconnect to the those things that bring me happiness and share my journey with others.


One Reply to “A New Year”

  1. Tiffany, thank you for inviting me Into your blog. I, too, felt as though 2013 was a blur. Dealing with family issues, the passing of my mother, and life in general. I see a psychiatrist and take meds for a panic disorder that I have had for over 25 years. I am happy, most days, but still feel there is something more for me that I need to feel completely fulfilled and happy. Not sure what that is at the moment, but reading what you wrote about A New Year gives me hope. You seem, and I am quite sure, that you are one remarkable woman.

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