Here thinking of all the ways to make money AND a lot of it 🤑
The past few months has really allowed me to take full ownership of my finances and HOW I will be making this money. We have the power 💥 to create anything we want and make money from doing what we love 💗
The first step for me was to understand that money is a tangible form of energy. And transactions are essential in our life. We can see this in any relationship we have; there’s a transaction whether in energetic form or tangible ⚡️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Next was to dive deep and explore my relationship with money — to see the blockages that I have with money and that I can heal them. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I am breaking through all mental limitations and anything that has been conditioned over the years. I am owning my process and feeling evermore abundant ☀️ 🧡
Hey Ladies, I thought with it being Endometriosis awareness month and with what I'm currently going through, that I spoke about this today. I have endometriosis and was diagnosed with it as a teen after endless trips to hospital during my time of the month when I would be nauseous to the point of vomitting and feeling abnormal, severe period pains which would result in me either hitting the floor or climbing the walls. People who know me, and women who have endometriosis KNOW! This type of pain is no joke! Some women have easier childbirths! I had a laparoscopy as a teen after my gynaecologist suspected the condition, and sure enough she was right. I was finally relieved to have an explanation for my pain and told the stage of endometriosis that I had.
The illness would leave me in many extremely embarrassing situations, including being found on a bathroom floor once, I was in so much pain I couldn't stand up. One thing that happens to me apart from the sharp abdominal attacks caused by the illness is that my legs hurt. Both my children's fathers have seen me go through this stuff, one was even present at one of the operations I had before we had a child. I used to lock myself in rooms away from them because I was so embarrassed about them seeing my facial reactions and how much pain I was in, now I hide it from our children. It's funny in a way, because I know that having endometriosis has most definitely increased my threshold level in physical and emotional pain, it has also opened me up to learning about so many things to do with the body and natural medicines. The best advice I have to give to women who suffer with endometriosis is to exercise, because that really works! It lessens the pains of your next period like magic, but you have got to be consistent! Once I slack off I know I'm in for a rough few days battling endometriosis that next month! Especially if I'm in a mood where I don't want to take anymore tablets and choose to try to naturally fight it🙄 Anyway, that was me opening up a bit about annoying endometriosis! Do any of my followers also have endometriosis and want to share their experiences? As a single mother how do you cope with it?