I’m posting my lessons learned a little early for these 30 Days. The end of this month is also Easter, and the Easter Bunny is coming to my house and I’ll be a little busy. (I’m that kind of mom.) It’s been a different kind of month for me. While every month teaches me something about myself, this month has taught me about how to think about myself and how to think a little deeper and differently.
Here’s what I learned:
- I have never written about myself publicly quite so much as I have in these 30 Days. I’m not sharing anything earth shattering, but I am telling you things that I don’t typically write about. It’s a change, and quite honestly I’m kind of sick of myself. I’m ready to move outward.
- I’m not alone. I have gotten some really great responses to my posts this month. And when it comes to things like my introversion or the mother I try to be, many of you feel the same way. There’s great comfort in that, and hearing your response in the comments, on social media, or face-to-face is amazingly comforting. Thanks guys!
- Sharing is a two-way street. Maybe this isn’t so earth shattering, but it’s always nice to be reminded that when you share something about yourself, others feel comfortable to share something about themselves. So, here are my favorite books and music, and please feel free to share your favorites.
Next month I’m back on the personal challenge band wagon, but for this month, it’s been fun to look inside myself and find some clarity. And these lessons are ones I’ll carry with me for always.