Not about being able to touch your toes

Today feels bittersweet—I’ve written my last post for Feel More Better, and I can’t believe it’s been two years.

I’m a different person now than I was when I started writing there. But I still believe in their mission and think this idea of “finding your happy” may sound silly/light/fluffy, but is actually the key to everything. I’m so honored I got to be a part of it, and I know they’ll keep on spreading love, challenging stereotypes, and calling bullshit where appropriate.

As for me, I’ll keep on working on myself, but I’m grateful for the lessons I’m learning, however slowly (I am a slow learner when it comes to this growing-as-a-person thing). The key, I think, is flexibility. Come on over and tell me what you’ve learned, one last time?

2 Responses to “Not about being able to touch your toes”

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    Korinthia January 30, 2013 at 12:58 pm #

    A lovely final post.

    Me, I’m just watching the snow fall outside the window of my violin store, happy my kids are enjoying school just a few blocks away, hoping my husband isn’t having too much trouble luring the dog outside in the less than perfect weather for a walk. If I can’t be happy with all of that than I’m not trying.

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    Peachy Girl January 30, 2013 at 6:51 pm #

    I can’t even begin to express what I’ve learned, especially over the past 3 years. To say that things have been horrible would be an understatement, but things have also been wonderful due to lessons learned, growth, and, as you say, flexibility. I think it has a lot to do with faith…faith that although there are some really terrible, awful things, there are also sweet, wonderful things thrown in there. Sometimes those sweet, wonderful things come from those terrible, awful things. I guess I’ve learned that I I’ve got to roll with it and make it through…one day, one obstacle at a time.

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