My Journey: Weeks 7 and 8 of 75Hard

Days 43 – 56

We are rolling 2 weeks into one recap this week, because I’ve been living on survival mode lately. I’ve been completing my daily tasks by the skin of my teeth lately and I haven’t had a chance to collect my thoughts, until now.

I’ve finally reached the point in this challenge where it’s feeling freaking HARD.

Ive transitioned to being back in the office a little bit kore while I onboard a new team member and it’s been a hugeee adjustment.

Getting up early, having a commute, being mentally tired from training & moming, trying to remember how I did things when I was in the office full time pre-pandemic. The list could go on and on.

There have been a lot of times over the past two weeks when I’ve thought about giving up. That little negative voice has crept in, telling me “there’s no way you can keep up with this” and that I “mind as well quit now”.

But, I know that’s just my bitch voice trying to scare me away from my goals. So I’m going to keep showing up relentlessly, and imperfectly.

I’m going to continue to check off my tasks daily, even when my days may not go according to plan.

And I’m going to prove my bitch voice wrong. I CAN do this, and I will do this. I haven’t come this far, just to come this far 👏🏼.

Maybe you are in a similar season that just feels freaking HARD.

If you are, please know that 1) I am rooting for you + believe in you – you got this ❤️. 2) don’t be afraid to ask for what you need to hit your goals. If you don’t speak up, you’re just making it harder on yourself to achieve what you want.

Speaking up, and being unapologetic, for what I need to hit my goals is hands down the biggest and most impactful thing I’ve learned from 75hard so far.

It feels awkward, at first. But, I think it’s actually MORE awkward to sit in discomfort or unnecessary stress wondering “how the heck am I going to get my tasks done?”. When, in reality, when I just ask for what I need, people are more than happy to help make it happen.

Part of that, also comes from sharing your goals with others. Which can feel scary and weird (trust me, I know it’s uncomfy). But, if people don’t know what you are working towards, they can’t support you!

Starting your own journey and want a community to bring along the way? Check out ways we can link arms here, I’d love to help support you along your journey ❤️.

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