I used to think...
I used to think that liberating myself from generational suffering meant that I should go out there and be someone. So I did it.
I used to think that paying my respects to my mum, nanna, grandmother meant that I would be so independent and successful financially that I’d never have to rely on a man. So I did it.
I used to think that honouring what they went through for me, meant really making something big of my life, something extraordinary. So I did it.
What my mum and grandmother didn’t have the opportunity to do, was to soften into motherhood with the full support of a man. So I’m doing it.
It is unfamiliar and uncomfortable and also… the greatest opportunity of my life.
More so than the time I was asked to be in a documentary with Tony Robbins.
More so than the time I was featured in Inc Magazine top 10 Women changing the world.
More so than being a best seller.
More so than becoming anything noteworthy.
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