“She kicked in the door and said ‘I’m back, ya’ll!’ She’s pissed and taking no prisoners.” That’s when my doctor asked, “So, you’re at war with your uterus?” I shrugged in defeat before saying, “Yep. And she’s winning.”
This week, I cried at work. It was a day that started like any others — but pulled me into two completely different directions.
One of the biggest battles I encounter every day is inertia, the tendancy to do nothing or remain unchanged. Taking action and stepping outside our comfort zones can be . . . well, uncomfortable. But I found the phrase that pushes me into motion.
The struggle, strive, conflict and problems of 2017 don’t evaporate when the ball drops tonight. Want a kick-ass 2018? Start with a kick-ass you!
During a job interview, I was asked about my ability to take criticism. The answer surprised me and initiated a bit of a change in my gameplan.
“Peanut butter” is something I say when a person or thing comes between my husband and I while we are walking, resulting in us letting go of the other’s hand. In life, my husband and I have had a lot of peanut butter. But it isn’t what separates us that matters — but the coming back together.