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  • Writer's pictureMeghan St. Clair

The Unbalancing

Updated: Mar 18, 2020

Until very recently I believed that other people could live their dreams and that other people had choices I was not able to make. I gave all my power away. And it was sad to be powerless and choiceless. It felt like being stuck. What little energy I kept for myself I used up trying hard at all the things. There is never enough trying hard. It’s exhausting and also sad. It was time to make my own choices. So I did.

I want to tell you all about how I quit my job after twenty two years, and my husband got a job for the first time in ten years in another state, and that I became a stay at home mom (for however briefly) and how we made a plan to take our kids out of school so we could travel until January. But I haven’t found all the words, yet. For now, just look at this costume i saw at L’Opera Garnier in Paris (I went to Paris and London after I quit my job), you guys. Try making choices, too. It feels great. The world is waiting for you to show up.

This post was originally published on the blog sweet pea and beans.

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