I Am Me

I’ve been having on and off insecurity issues since I started working. I’ve needed to remind myself that I AM ME. I am who I am. And that’s good enough.

Sometimes we ALL need to remind ourselves of the good (or not so good) qualities we possess.

Remember, you are MORE THAN WELCOME to just free write. I urge you to do that if the prompt doesn’t jump out at you!

Your five minutes starts now.

I am Sara.

I’m a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister. An aunt, a daughter-in-law.

I’m eternally optimistic. I hold my pessimism inside.

I love to help those who want help. But I feel selfish saying it, but I like for others to offer to help ME.

I am much smarter than I was when I was 22. Life really DOES make you wiser.

I’m just like my mother, yet nothing like my mother. Same can be said about my sister.

I’m not a dog person. They’re cute and all, but I could live without ever having another.

I’m not a runner, but I play one every other day.

I am loyal and I am loving. I am strong and I am fierce.

I am a thinker and a planner and a follower. I can be a leader, but I’d rather follow.

I’m a reader and a writer.