3 WAYS I’VE TRIUMPHED AS A SINGLE WOMAN

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  1. Girlll, I love this for you! It took me a really long time to get okay with doing stuff by myself after my last break-up. But it feels so so good to be independent. The point is to keep enjoying your life while journeying towards finding your partner – something that a lot of single women forget to do. ๐Ÿ™‚
    I started solo travelling after my last heart break when I realized that if I keep waiting for a partner or a friend to travel with me – I wouldn’t be able to travel as much as I like to. And I love that I did that since I’ve seen SO many new places and experienced things I never would have if I went with someone.
    I hope you feel better soon. Sending you loads of healing wishes.

    1. Aww yes I love how traveling for you is such a goddess vibes act, it really shows when you share about it! And yes I agree itโ€™s so important to get to this place ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’– progress!!

  2. Oh, I love that you have the Arc De Triomphe at the top. Makes me laugh and it’s perfect!!

    And I’m so sorry that you have Covid. I hope it passes quickly!

    What a great list of lessons. I love how you point out that it’s the story that controls so much of how we feel. That constant comparison between what we “expect” to happen and what our reality is. Reminds me of a quote from Mark Nepo, “When we stop struggling, we float.”

    Can I imagine that many ways this plays out for you? Indeed I can — and each scenario is beautiful and full of wisdom because you are beautiful and full of wisdom!! Love that you are taking us along on this journey. <3 <3 <3

    1. Ok I think this comment is screen shot worthy yep! Thank you for appreciating my featured image ๐Ÿคฃ I honestly have so much fun finding images for blog posts and Iโ€™m glad you โ€œgotโ€ this one! Wow that quote about floating almost makes me feel like Iโ€™m floating when I read it, thank you ๐Ÿ™ And your compliments and hopeful sentiments are so lovely Wynne thank you! I hope I hope I hope itโ€™s true and I feel it getting a bit stronger everyday ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

  3. Love the liberation!! We do get so used to be in a relationship and then that little leaning on our partner becomes a huge entanglement… I hate taking out the garbage too and doing finances! I see tons of vlogs of people I follow doing “don’t-need-no-man tasks” (like changing light fixtures, hanging shelves, renovating their own bathrooms) and I only wish I could be that self-sufficient one day! I always wonder if that could be me one day or would it take a life change for that to be me!?

    1. I think you totally could do those things if you had to and it might not even be bad! When you think about it, how hard is it to do those tasks? None of them are really hard at all, and thereโ€™s no reason why men historically do them. And if you get to live your whole life not having to do that stuff, thatโ€™s totally okay too! But those tasks are super doable as Iโ€™ve done many of them and always feel stronger and more powerful each time I do it ๐Ÿ’– thanks so much for your perspective and honestly I always love it!

  4. Okay, first of all, LOLed at “now I have to do this shit” re: dragging out the trash. Oh, girl. Haha. Good arm exercise maybe? I’m always trying to find a silver lining. I’m glad you have good friends to watch fireworks with. I hope you find a terrific single man who will not only love to do that with you, but who absolutely LOVES taking out the trash! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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