Sometimes I Feel Like a Fraud 03/19/2012
I don't always have awesome days. And it's not just because of all the hormones surging through me. Even before I was pregnant my week was generally sprinkled with at least one or two off days.
No matter my mood, I'm always thinking about writing and sharing the magic of The Universe.
But in those moments when I'm thinking about what I want to share and still covered in a glaze of sad - I can't help but feel like a fraud.
All of the authors I look up to Marianne Williamson, Louise Hay, Danielle LaPorte, Marie Forleo don't seem to have a hair out of place.
And even though I know this isn't true (we all have our moments) that fraud sensation creeps in on me and I start questioning my work.
How can I share the magic of The Universe with my readers when what I really want to do right now is eat something deep fried with a soda and bitch about all the things that irritate me?
I've been thinking about this for a few days now, trying to figure out the fraud-feeling. Because although it's randomly there, I don't like it.
However, I feel I, we, all of us must come to terms with the fact that this is part of our human-dom.
Sure there are things we can do on a daily basis to lessen the burden of fraud-feelings. Meditation, green juice, creative practices, doing activities that feed our souls.
But when these fraudulent days sneak in, it doesn't make our voice any less valuable. It doesn't take away from the magic we are called to share.
It's just part of what is.
And when we take the time to question those fraud-feelings, it turns out they have something to teach us too.
Let go of judgement and just be.
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