If you're looking for Part I before you read this, don't bother. I'm starting here at Part II because the before existed in another space and time. Literally. A different internet space and nearly ten years ago.
I've been hoping to write a book for quite some time. "About what?" you may ask. Which is a relatively bright question. But the answer is muddy.
You see, I've always felt like I had a message to share with others. I don't know why, and I'm learning that the why may not really matter so much any more. But the vision pulls me, and I'm allowing it to do so more fully these days.
Surrendering to what is and following my heart.
Every Day Bravery is just a piece of the journey. The piece that has taken my anxious brain on a circus ride of healing and learning and practice. LOTS of practice.
So I've learned a few things along the way about showing up, even when it feels like the last thing you want--or can--do. And I've learned a few things about what showing up for yourself looks like as well. These are the stories I wish to tell.
It is my hope that these musings here will bring you some insight, comfort, and maybe even a good laugh now and then.
Because to show up in service to others, to claim your bold message and release it out into the world demands that we do the inner work to see the outer change. And though the work is ours to do, it is not required that we it alone.