It feels easier to trust others than to trust ourselves.
After all, if something goes wrong, we can shed any responsibility of the outcome and blame the other person.
However, if we were to trust ourselves, we’d only have ourselves to blame.
Is that the reason we choose not to trust ourselves?
Because we are afraid of being wrong and having a finger pointed at us?
What if we separate being “right” or “wrong” from the act of trusting ourselves?
What if we see trust as a practice, like meditation, that unto itself is independent of the outcome?
A daily practice challenges the person who creates on “inspiration.” We have to mother everyday, and ultimately, it is the daily grind that gives us perspective, clarity and the “high’s” of motherhood. I am exploring if the same happens when I write everyday on the topics that normally light me up – motherhood, self-development, healing and creating. Sign up here to receive those thought nuggets in your inbox on the daily.