a practice in being


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Resource--A+O Magazine--PIC Be weird Be random Be who you are

I spent the better part of my 20’s and 30’s being someone I wasn’t. I tried to be someone I thought I should be. It wasn’t until about 3 years ago that I started being true to who I am.

It’s a simple shift in perspective in theory. In real life, it sucks and worth it at the same time. The part that sucks is breaking the mental habits and traps. Somewhere along the line through stops, starts, mistakes and triumphs, it gets easier. It’s a practice in accessing the real you.



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