Thanks to social media, we have a front row seat into many people’s lives. This connectivity also places a huge amount of pressure on us to be perfect. At any given time, you may find yourself scrolling your Instagram feed wondering if you’re doing enough, are you pretty enough, or if you’re enough period. As someone who’s business depends on social media, trust me when I say that I get it! In my years as a blogger, I’ve learned the importance of overcoming the constant pressures we face because of social media. Here’s some tips on how you can overcome them too.
Have you ever done something that you knew was a bad idea, before you even did it? You had an uneasy feeling deep down in your stomach that put your senses on high alert, but you did it anyway. Now, you’re forced to face the consequences of your decision, one that could’ve been avoided had you just trusted to your initial gut feeling in the first place. When it comes to decision-making, your intuition should always come into play. Do you trust your gut?
Hello everyone…I’m Monique. A blogger, self-published author, college graduate (BBA and MBA holder), Libra, and a woman in love. Not to toot my own horn, but I think I’ve got it going on! I have a job that I love, travel often, have friends that I adore, and drive the car that I want. I know that some people would beg to differ, because with all of my accomplishments I’m still an unmarried, childless woman that’s pushing 31. Something has to be wrong with me right? Like where they do that at?!
Life is a beautiful thing. One thing is for sure, nothing is perfect and nothing is guaranteed. So many things can happen, so many things can change. With that being said, why do we make things difficult by having so many expectations? Are you still waiting for that guy that keeps playing games to change? Do you wonder why that one friend is never truly excited for you? Does frustration take over you the minute you think about how hard your new job or school has been? Are you hard on a family member because they are not living up to your expectations? If any of this is the case, you are in essence, setting yourself up for disappointment. The truth is; having too many expectations is not that great.