You know what? It's okay to not be okay. It's okay to have bad days, weeks, months, even years...
Hey everyone. It's Kim. Again,
I opened up my heart the last few days and have been completely raw with you guys.
It's not always easy to be so raw. Sometimes it's really hard to open up and tell people, Hey, I'm not okay. I haven't been okay. And you know what? It's okay to not be okay. It's okay to have bad days, weeks, months, even years.
It's okay to grieve for the loss of a loved one or the loss of something really important to you. There's nothing wrong with it. It's natural.
Like my first podcast has said... I'm human.
My excuses for the last two years have been real. They're legitimate excuses.
I'm not dismissing that we all have struggled, not in any way, but my point was that even though I have an excuse to sit and maybe have a pity party for myself and my family, it's not going to bring my mom back.
It's not going to stop this pandemic.
It's not going to change the outcome of what has happened in the last couple of years.
I can sit here and feel sorry for myself and let myself go to the point that my personal health, physically and mentally is going down the toilet, or I can pick myself up and do something about it.
Am I okay? No, the last two years have sucked, but I'll be okay.
You'll be okay too. You have to get out of your own head. You have to sometimes fake it until you make it. Sometimes you have to do things that you're just not comfortable with. You have to step out of your comfort zone and sometimes you have to just say... enough is enough.
I'm saying enough!
I'm saying I'm done with feeling sick and tired.
I've accepted my faults and I'm fixing them.
I've accepted that this isn't the way I want to be.
I'm accepting that I've been using those excuses to hold me back and enough is enough.
So join me in saying I'm done. I'm done with the excuses and I'm going to fix it.
I'm going to get up and move.
I'm going to do this for my health, both mental and physical.
It's going to be hard.
I'm looking at cookies right now that have my name written all over them, let me tell you, but I'm not going to do it.
My health is coming first.
I am important and I'm making myself a priority right here and now.
I'm committed and I hope that you are too.
I can't wait to check in with each of you. Your stories have truly touched my heart and I'm here with you.
I can't wait to see how you are thriving.
I hope each of you have an amazing day.