I read something today that I think every one of you could relate to. I know I couldn't put it as well in my own words so I am just going to paste a link to it here:
Dropping Out of The Female Rat Race
A friend of mine and my old personal trainer wrote this. She is an amazing, exemplary person. She has three kids and one on the way. I would go over to her house for her to help me exercise and our kids would play. Every time I went over there she managed to make me feel so much better about myself. She was always so positive, outgoing, courageous, and funny. When she looked at you, you could see light and love coming from her eyes. I could go on and on about how amazing she is; obviously I admire her. She has "the worth of a soul" all figured out as you can see from this article. I hope that we can all try to step out of the comparison trap and just fill our cups with love instead of envy, self pity, and fear. The hard part is how do we stop comparing ourselves! Any suggestions?
p.s. Sorry I haven't blogged for a while, I now have a mobile baby and she is so much fun but keeping me constantly busy! That's a good thing though :)