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Queen of Your Own Life

Will You Accept the Challenge?

She dared herself to become the woman she had always meant to be, and accepted the challenge. - Queenisms™

She dared herself to become the woman she had always meant to be, and accepted the challenge. – Queenisms™

We’d like to challenge you this week (really this year) to become the woman you’ve always wanted to be. How?

Let’s start our journey by simply imaging who it is we want to be. No actions required yet so don’t let this part of our journey together scare you. Let’s just say it out loud. And remember that since you are Queen of Your Own Life, you can change your mind anytime along the journey. Do you want to be bold? Would you love to speak the truth? Are you longing to open your heart? Do you wish you could create something? There is no wrong dream. Imagine the kind of woman you’d most like to be and dare to share that vision with us! Will you accept the challenge and tell us what kind of woman you’d like to be?

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17 Responses to “Will You Accept the Challenge?”

  1. Joi Grabowski says:

    a published author because I have so many ideas and stories I could write.

  2. Melissa says:

    I have been dealing with debilitating depression for most of my life, and it has kept me from realizing my true potential. I feel that I am capable of so much more, but the depression (along with self-negating behavior), has caused me to be “stagnant” for the majority of my life. Over the years, I have slowly isolated myself to the point where my social life is completely non-existent. What I really want is to go back to school, I want to find something that I love doing, and allows me to be self-sufficient. I want to be able to go out and make friends, and have a life that isn’t spent in isolation and loneliness. I want to look forward to each new day, and be excited about its possibilities. I want to LOVE life, rather than just waiting for it to be over.

  3. julie carnovsky says:

    I would love to be you

  4. I love a challenge! I also love sleeping.

  5. Eileen says:

    I would love to be more consistently faithful to my plan to make healthy choices for my body. I have so much in place–supportive people, exercise, writing, quilting, emotional growth. But sometimes I step back into a place that sends me into paroxysms of self-doubt. It’s the “on again, off again” that can go on for years. I want to be more true to my very reasonable goals.

  6. Pam says:

    I would love to be strong enough to stay focused on what is important to me and not fall back on doubt and insecurities. I need to learn to put myself first sometimes. I have taken the first step and am leaving a toxic relationship (over 30 years in the making). My divorce will be final on 3/27/15 and I feel like a huge burden has already been lifted from me. It was a difficult decision to make but I am standing by it and look forward to the future (as scary as that may be).

    The person I would love to be will make the best choices to have a healthier and stronger body, will continue to love and appreciate family and friends and be grateful for all opportunities to improve.

  7. cindy says:

    Bravo Queen Pam. You’re walking through grief at the loss of a relationship you’d hoped would be forever and you’re daring to step into the future without knowing how it will feel. That is real courage and we admire you.

  8. cindy says:

    Our lives have their own struggles and glitches as well as all the fun stuff. Better for you to be you, Queen Julie, which we suspect is one awesome woman! 🙂

  9. cindy says:

    That kind of debilitating depression is something you shouldn’t have to face alone, Queen Melissa. Give yourself the gift of a support team – non-judgmental friends and a great therapist and some social activity that makes you happy – craft classes, a workout group, a book club? You deserve to succeed at this challenge and we believe in you.

  10. cindy says:

    That is a very cool goal and we know you can do it!

  11. Lynn says:

    Wow, well truly I’d like to be the person who inspires people like Melissa above into the certainty that she can do just that! I spent a little over 5 decades there, and to find out that there’s a way out of that, is amazing and joyful and full of opportunities and possibilities. I journaled my journey out of that pit, and I’d like to turn it into a book and then into a small group for women! That’s my goal to share my joy and freedom with other women! We all have a light that the world needs! Thanks Cindy and Kathy for being a part of that experience!

  12. Deb says:

    I would love to be my authentic self. The challenge is to find her, I believe she went missing at about 13. Over the past 40years she has had many fantastic adventures, and many huge challenges and now she wants to come home and be honoured. I see sparks of her, I am looking forward to sitting with the real me.

  13. Kim says:

    Wow … this one took my breath away. I don’t know what I want to be, but my mind is buzzing with possibilities…

    I’ve set the Image as my desktop so I can’t forget to think about it. Thanks guys!

  14. Sheila says:

    To love myself so much that I am in harmony with what is my true divine nature…

  15. sonya says:

    A woman that does not over commits, and finds the inner peace and love for herself she needs so that she can share it with others.

  16. cindy says:

    Love this, Queen Sonya.

  17. cindy says:

    Let it be so, Queen Sheila. Beautifully said.

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