It's been on my heart (for a few weeks now) to start this new series. There is always so much on my mind, especially lately, and sometimes it's hard to get it written down. I have prayed about this, and feel I should be honest to all you who may be reading this. I don't want to be a blogger who may look "perfect". I'm completely the opposite. I am a complete mess. You should see how much junk (toys, blankets, bouncers) I crop out of my outfit pictures. Or how I'm rushed trying to take those. As far as recipe posts, well those are real. I don't post anything that was a "failure" when it comes to food. Lol I also don't want to make it seem like our family is perfect either. Our marriage is far from it as well, but we do have an amazing one. My hubby is such an awesome support. I could not be a wife, full time working mom, and blogger if it wasn't for him! So, my goal in starting this series is to discuss something that most of you can relate to. I'm a mom. I love fashion and I have to dress the part for my sales job. But above all I'm a child of God and love The Lord with all my heart. I want to encourage moms and moms-to-be (even if its much later in life!), to be the best they can be. You can do it all, or try to do it all, but and the end of the day, do what you love the most. God, your family, your job, fashion, photography. It's ok if you fail at times! I helped my sister today while my brother in law was out of town. My job was to get my nephew to school on time. I got him there at 801am. Whoops. Then my oldest son to school by 830am. Whoops. We got there by 840. We still had 5 minutes left from the 845am "shut the doors" on you. And then I was rushing to get to work. I'm going to make the best of my day with the time I have. I keep reminding myself that I'm doing the best I can do. In the end, that's all that truly matters.
Have a great Thursday!