I did a brave. I talked on camera. And recorded it. And I'm sharing it with you here.
I'm all or nothing when it comes to a lot of things. So now, instead of being all-in on tracking and counting and planning and measuring, I'm just... all-in on not doing any of it.
The kids have an after-bath time ritual where they shout, "Everybody! Hide in your shell!" and then crouch into a little ball on the floor with their towels on top of them (as shells).
I'm just going to come right out and say it.
I did a post on Instagram last week where I shared a list of 6 insecurities/struggles I experience. It seemed to resonate with a few people, so I thought I would expand on it here.
Happy Saturday, you lovely creatures!
There's a time and place for working on overcoming anxiety, and there's a time and place for going easy on yourself.
Think of it like watching a scary movie over and over. The movie gets less scary the more you watch it. But why does it get less scary?
I'm all for exposure therapy and reducing anxiety the old-fashioned way, but sometimes it's fun to (accidentally) think outside the box.
I had been pretending to be a hyena matriarch (as one does) while getting ready for bed, and I was using a deep, gruff voice, which made me think of Batman.