I stopped writing this blog for a few days for fear that it would not turn out, well….perfect. Whenever I thought about sitting down to write this blog, I basically talked myself out of it saying that I’m too tired to write anything blog worthy. But, I was wrong. Part of writing a blog is consistency. When I watch my favorite Vloggers, I realized that the one thing that I really like about them is their ability to consistently post a vlog. Even if it’s not every day, but every day it’s still something I can count on. They keep me engaged with their content by posting them as frequently as they do.
I sometimes marvel at their ability to stick with it and persevere through their life’s ups and downs. Angela Duckworth, calls it “Grit” and not many people have it. I am guilty of being one of those people from time to time.
I find that practicing meditating and yoga really helps me to get out of my head and “Just Do It.” Many times when I am in my head, I am making excuses about why I can’t post or lying to myself and saying that in a few days, I will have time to sit down and really write a nice blog post. When the reality is, there never really is a perfect time, especially if you are a person with lots of responsibilities, like me. Getting past the idea in your head that you have to have the perfect time or write the perfect blog can be easy as reciting the numbers 5-4-3-2-1 and just making yourself do it