Have you forgiven yourself?

Have you forgiven yourself?

Published Apr 28, 2020

Forgive (v.) stop feeling angry or resentful toward (someone) for an offense, flaw, or mistake.

This ‘forgiveness’ might be very hard to find these days. For some, there may be so much to be angry with or be angry at.  And while it may be the easiest to place blame on something or someone else and honestly, it might even be easier to forgive them too.  But I want to ask you, when’s the last time you forgave yourself?

When’s the last time you gave yourself grace for what you don’t know, what you don’t understand, or what you can’t figure out.  That’s where we need to start.

One of the greatest things I can hope for you today is that you’re finding peace somewhere.  Whether that’s in the 10 minutes you have before getting everyone else up in the morning, or it’s when you get to take a step outside in the daylight and breathe in the fresh air. Wherever it is – it’s there for you so please, take it all in.  Feel that warmth.

In the Dennis household, we’re continuing to wake up in the morning with a sense of gratitude and one of purpose with our daily morning ritual.  Now, this morning routine is a bit different than one I would take by myself – but with two young girls and an almost 6 monther, it works. We’re finding gratitude in the daily occurrences, direction with our biggest goals for the day, and intention and accountability in the way we want to show up.

Maybe you already have a morning routine, and I am SO happy about that.  Maybe you don’t or this isn’t doable for you, but I encourage you to find something you can do every single day that provides you a space to open up to abundance, find purpose in your day, & hold on to that intentional morning wake up…..maybe with a side of caffeine:)

Even if you’re feeling lonely, know you’re not alone. Sending all the love to you and your family.


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