Don’t get me wrong, I love social media and this positive space we have created together. I love interacting with all of you beautiful souls every day. I love shining light into your life and empowering you to be your own healer; I truly feel it’s my purpose on this Earth…
But I am no less susceptible to the mindless scrolling, comparison and self-doubts that can creep in as a result of frequent social media use. I recently realized I have an irrational fear of becoming irrelevant/forgotten if I take time away.
Being on social media is literally my job but just like any other job, taking time off is important. So I’m allowing myself some space to reconnect within myself. I can’t possibly promote complete wellness to clients without addressing my own digital and mental habits. ⚖️
As much as I try to limit social media to business, I find myself logging on when I am feeling lonely, procrastinating or just looking for a sense of connection. Looking for outside validation for those feelings, especially online, isn’t healthy and I fully acknowledge that. I convinced myself that I ‘had’ to be on social every single day in order to sustain my business but that has led to borderline burnout and imposter syndrome.
I am not putting a specific timeframe on this because I don’t know how long I need. Could be a day, could be a week… This is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time but my own limiting beliefs have stopped me. Now, I’m taking control and pressing reset for a bit.
I promise I’ll be back soon, clear-headed and providing even more purposeful content for you!
In the mean time, I’ll still be doing 1:1 calls for current clients, collaborations and potential clients. If you have never worked with me before, book your consult call for my brand new 12-week wellness habits program through the link in my bio!
I won’t be checking DM’s during this hiatus but you can reach me via email at email@example.com.