In complete transparency, I hesitated writing this post. I actually thought about skipping it. I posted it on my instagram but I waited a few weeks to even blog about it.
With everything going on in the world completing 75 Hard seems so insignificant.
It felt a little unnatural celebrating myself this morning when others have very little to celebrate today.
I thought about it. I meditated on it. And friend, if we cannot celebrate the small stuff we cannot expect to get to the big stuff.
With that said, if you are not in the mood for a little feel good moment, feel free to keep scrolling- no hard feelings this just is not the place for you right now.
The same but different.
Not just (the world or) this (Soul) set but me as well.
If you knew me 75 days (2.5 months) ago you no longer know me.
It really is that simple.
When I set out on this journey I wanted to challenge myself because I fell called for more but I know I am holding myself back.
I wanted to create new habits around my day-to-day work (from home) life but also my social circle.
The past 75 days have taught me more than I could have imagined.
The changes are difficult to explain, most of you will not understand.
I have become more tactful but also steadfast in speaking my truth.
I have become more compassionate but also crystal clear on my boundaries.
I have become more carefree but also acutely specific with who receives my energy.
I have become more driven to achieve my big picture goal(s) but also exceptionally focused on daily tasks.
You see I simply do not have time for self-sabotage, from others or myself.
I do not have time for excuses and laziness.
I will be here to assist you on when you are ready but I refuse to hold your hand while you get ready.
These 75 days were more than just workouts and following a diet; they were about discipline and confidence. This is not a physical transformation challenge (but I have shared a side by side) this is a mental toughness program.
I use to think confidence was a prerequisite to the work, in reality it’s the side effect.
Friend, there is room at the winners table but I guarantee old habits will not earn you an invitation.