I’m having a bit of a rough day because there have been a bunch of little negative things that are piling up on me. As usual, I want to shake it off and get back my awesome. I decided to take a break, and Eric came to my rescue.
Sometimes he’s just wonderful, I’ve got to say. He sat there and reminded me that people putting negativity on my posts doesn’t reflect on me, it reflects on them. He reminded me that their insults didn’t even make sense, so why should it bother me? As for the little stuff that’s been bothering me around the house, it blows over, so why hold on to it? I’m better than that.
He also broke down my success last week. I made over $150. Most of that came from views. 13,953 views. That wasn’t one person, that was hundreds, even thousands of people reading my work. That’s a lot of people who like what I’m putting out into the world. He reminded me that I get new connections every day, and more and more of those connections are people who actually like my work, not just people hoping for me to connect back. He reminded me that Bubblews has been having issues, giving 503 errors, and yet I still had my best week ever.
He also cheered me on for being “the awesome”. I bring happiness to the world. I do my best every day to make people think, make them happy, give them what they need to be healthier, happier, better people. I touch people. 90%+ of the comments I get show that people like and respect me. People write positive posts about me. I must be doing something right! So what if things are slow right now? So what if some people decided to be rude? I’m still a great person doing great work, and I should be happy about that.
And so, when I was struggling to figure out what to write and how to get back in my happy place, he swooped in and saved me. I am so grateful to have someone in my life who can and will do that for me. He wants me to be happy and awesome and successful. It’s part of his mission in life to keep me that way. He wants to bask in the glory of me. That’s pretty amazing. A lot of people don’t have someone like that in their life. I do, and I am incredibly grateful for it.
It’s not in full gear yet, but I can already feel the good taking over and those little annoyances slipping away and being replaced by the happiness and motivation that I love so much. I can feel my confidence rising again. I can feel that belief that this week will be as good as or better than last week resurfacing. I am remembering that I really am awesome. And he’s awesome too for being there to dust me off and keep me heading in the right direction. I’m feeling a whole lot of love right now. [smiles]