What did you used to love to do?
Did you draw?
Did you dance?
Did you paint?
Did you sing?
I used to dance as a groovy chicken circa 1979/80, but I gave up art at age 22.
I was a working girl.
A newly minted adult.
I was a Professional, a few years later I got married and became a Partner, not long after that I became a Parent. I gave up creativity and all outside interests because doesn't adulting mean we are required to give it all up when we hit those 3 P milestones?
Maybe we add in a 4th P and call that fulfillment …. Peloton. Or a 5th, Planner, as in planning everything for everyone in our lives, planning the summer camp, the school activities, the dinners, the bake sales. Or a 6th P: Philanthropy. Worthy only if we are giving everything we’ve got. This is what is normalized in this culture. Give until your cup is bone dry … and unless it’s exercise, feel guilty for having fun unless you are taking care of the other p’s that society approves...
What did you used to love to do before adulting consumed every minute of everyday?
Did you love to paint?
Did you love to dance?
Did you love to sing?
Has it been a few years since you asked yourself what you used to love to do? And decades since you've actually given yourself permission to be you?
It is time to color outside the lines of motherhood or midlife. Reclaim your identity AND your creativity. Get out of your inbox and into your life. It's time to feast.
Are you ready to feast on life?
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