Learning to Forgive YourselfOctober 9, 2017
Morning Motivation: Coffee Cup QuotesOctober 23, 2017
Have you ever closed your eyes, clenched your fists and howled at the moon?
Release your inner wild. As a child I know I was taught that WILD had negative connotations. It meant I was uncontrollable, difficult and disrespectful. But I think we need to teach young girls that being wild is not a negative.
With that wild heart comes courage and bravery to trust your instincts. To attack and go after what your heart truly desires. To have courage, trust and knowing in yourself and your abilities that is so completely innate. To be fearless and brave.
As I grow I continue to understand that I will be bound by no definition. I define myself. I can still be wild at heart while being a loving wifey, lover, friend and mother … this wildness does not make me incapable of responsibilities. Nor does it make me a savage to those around me.
Having a wild heart ensures balance in my life. It will always be interesting. I will experience new things. I will constantly and consistently challenge myself, my ideologies and my human experience. Being wild makes me free. Free to be ME! Just as you are free to be YOU.
We all have natural instincts – often referred to as women’s intuition. We all have a burning desire inside of us to do something. Whether it be becoming a mother, owing a business, building and empire, teaching, or performing to a stadium full of strangers – you have an intrinsic passion for something and sometimes to achieve our biggest goals and dreams. Trust those instincts. We must become a little wild to go after what we truly want, our own pursuit of happiness. So, we are here to tell you, what are you waiting for?
Release your Inner Wild Child.