One of the things I always try to be when possible is transparent.
If you’ve followed this blog for long you may remember my series on #losingthemasks and how I long to create a place where we can all be exactly who we are without any guilt or pressure to conform to a certain set of behaviors or constraints.
So tonight, let me remove the mask and be transparent with you…
I’m having a bit of an identity crisis as a blogger.
I launched Wellness Witness and the Wellness Witness Facebook page as a place to talk about wellness and how to honor God through our pursuit of physical, mental, spiritual and emotional health. But truthfully, I’m having a hard time with that.
Yes, wellness is my passion. Yes, I feel called to share with others about what has worked for me and I definitely feel called to encourage others own towards their own health goals.
But I have many other things going on in life that are just as important in the witness that I have each day. I’m a Mama, and a wife. A school counselor and I help lead worship. I love talking about all sorts of things, not just health and fitness, and by trying to keep this site specifically geared towards those two topics, I’m struggling a bit to always have something that I feel I need to share with you. I feel like I’m not always being true to who I am because I’m only showing you this one side of things.
In case you’re still reading by this point, here’s the bottom line:
Every blog how-to guide says to pick your concept (topic) and then to focus all posts on that. Well, here’s mine:
REAL LIFE from someone who is just trying to do the best that she can with what she’s been given and wants to cheer you on to do the same.
So be prepared that there may be other types of posts here. Day to day activities, helpful ideas, family pictures…who knows.
And I may lose some of you because of it. I’ll be sad to see you go, but I have got to honor the person that God made me to be.
I’m grateful for you, friends, and look forward to seeing how this little space of mine may grow and change.
Love you and hope that you’ll stick around!