Go get your life girl, Live limitless!

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Sometimes when life takes a toll on you, you can unconsciously place a sell by date on your career or your life. Oftentimes when a young lady reaches the age 39, she feels it’s too late to change her career or go back to school. If you are of this mind you can easily start to feel like you are on auto-pilot and never have the opportunity to love what you do. Even if you are married with children or single with a busy lifestyle, there is always time for you to become who you were born to be. Take the limits off, reset you and be who God created you to be. Here are a few tips to get you thinking about breaking out of the mould.

Career:

It can be hard to find out what brings joy to your heart, especially if you have been suppressing it with doing something mundane. Brian Dehaff, CEO of Aha!, stated in the Huffington Post: “The only way to reset an unhappy career is to look deeply in yourself and figure out what motivates you and where you want to end up.” He suggested asking yourself what you would like to be doing in five years because you’re good at it and what benefits that will have. This gets you started in decluttering your mind and getting straight to the point. Whether you need to do a night course at school towards re-training for your dream job, do not give up. Also do not give yourself an unrealistic timescale; take your time to master the plan, and you will slowly get there. There is no such thing of not having enough time or being too old. As long as you have breath, you always have hope to capture your dream.

Self:

When I became a mother, my body changed and I got stuck in a rut. I did not know how to dress my newly formed curves and it took me a while to cherish who I had become. My confidence also took a hit, and I was just seeing myself as a mother and wife. I did not see myself as a sexy, confident woman who had it going on. With the help of my faith and curvy activist like Kristine of trendycurvy.com and Kim of thenaturalfashionista.com I found my own mojo. You may not have gone through the exact journey as I have but you may need to evolve and celebrate the new you. If you look back at your life, you will see you are a different person now. So take some time and celebrate that change maybe with a new haircut, a new wardrobe or make-up. Whatever you choose to do remember you have no limits in being the best you!

LifestyleEva HeadleyComment