I'm extremely new to this whole blogging thing and as this is my first ever blog post (Insert cheers), it might not be up to par and that's okay. I've always considered myself to be an extremely independent woman. I've always believed I could do everything I set my mind to without needing the help of anyone to accomplish it. Even after I got married, I still believed I was this independent woman who could get things done for not only myself but now my husband as well. Little did I know, I wasn't the complete independent woman I thought I was. Everyone needs a little delusion in their life, right? All it took was for my husband to go out of town for work for me to get that reality check. I was so used to our morning routine of me getting ready for work and him walking me out to my car and helping me carry all of my stuff (Because of Atlanta traffic (people stop moving here, we full), I have to leave earlier for work than him). I thought this was something for him and I was just going through the motions (he's the biggest gentleman, so of course he was going to walk me to my car, help me carry my things, open my door, etc.). It wasn't until he was out of town that I realized just how much I rely on him for my day to day things. I felt like a lost puppy out in the rain looking for food (maybe a bit of an over statement, but just roll with it). It was that day that I told myself I was going to take the steps to regain my independence. I've always wanted to create a blog, but i was too afraid of the failure associated with it. I wanted a place to speak all of my inner thoughts on everything pop culture, daily life, reality TV, and my journey to get back in shape (another thing I wasn't staying on top of). I want to have something to contribute to my marriage as well. We both work full time, but I also want more success in my personal life as well. Maybe it'll end up like some eat, pray, love shit. I can dream, right?
SO here's to me throwing myself on this limb, putting myself out there, and praying I don't fall flat on my face.