Jan 29, 2021
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For ten years, I was on social media and maintained an outer, virtual, staged life.
To look good, to be acceptable, and to impress people I would constantly strive.
One of the reasons I permanently deleted my social media is that my real life I love.
To live mindfully, authentically, and genuinely now, I’m going beyond and above.
I pay attention to what brings me joy, that’s why I wish only for my own life, not theirs.
It’s my responsibility to fill my life with whatever gives me peace, no one else cares.
I love jumping in the car and going to whichever beach I choose in that moment.
I love being social media free, not caring who and how on my life might ever comment.
I love grabbing my kayak and going to the river which is right outside my front door.
I love eating colorful fruits and vegetables, as well as seeds and all the nuts I so adore.
I love walking for many miles up and down the hills with a friend sharing our hearts.
I love running barefoot on the white-sand beach right when the sunny day starts.
I love helping women, encouraging them to persevere with faith and fortitude.
I love exercising every day, which calms my C-PTSD and improves my attitude.
I love my bright, clean, peaceful, and organized home where I can recharge.
I love having a sense of agency over my own life and knowing that I am in charge.
I love sleeping in my huge California king size beautiful and comfortable bed alone.
I love my real life with God, living with purpose, knowing that to Jesus I belong.