Lately, I've bee feeling like I need a little pick me up. A little something to put my life back in perspective. Rachel Hollis, give me all you've got.
Why exactly am I diving into the inspirational genre?
I wish I had listened when someone said, "Don't be in too much of a hurry to grow up." But really, though. It's pretty hard--Finances, careers, friendships, family, marriage, health. Being an adult has got me feeling all sorts of moody lately and my first step to fighting back is Rachel Hollis and Girl, Wash Your Face. And this blog, of course.
Raise your hand if you've ever felt personally victimized by "adulting"
Real talk. Here are the top three things I struggle with as an adult (tbh, sometimes just as a person).
So, what am I doing about it?
I see a lot of other women in their 20's reading books on confidence, self love, career advancement, marriage, parenting, so it must be worth something, right? They're all talking to us about a new perspective on [insert subject here].
So, as I wait for my copy of Girl, Wash Your Face to arrive by Amazon shipment, I'm mentally preparing for a transformation. Here we go, Rach. Tell a girl what's up.