It's official I've been MIA with my NY Love blog for almost a month. While I posted on my new blog NY Life, I completely ignored my first born, since it's more personal. I am sorry.
Life hasn't been just hectic, it's been extremely consuming and transformational in the past month. I think I've come so much closer to learning who I am and what I truly want from my life. A lot of things came to light, and made me realize that some of them were dead for awhile, and needed to be let go. I was able to see "my anchors", the things(people) that were holding me back from going forward. I was able to see a clear desire to move forward and leave the stuff that was holding me back behind me, no matter how emotional it had been.
As much as it's hard to do an inventory of your life, it's just as liberating and promising. All my life I've been striving to become a better version of myself, but only now have I learned that it takes more than positive attitude. It takes tough decisions. It takes hard-core re-evaluation of your thoughts, your actions, and people in your life. It takes practical and conscious understanding of your "anchors". I know it sounds philosophical to say the least. In reality, it's spiritual and necessary in order to move forward.
So that's been a month for me, the time I've been going through a lot of thinking, connecting and finding out who I am and what I want out of life. The bad part: some things (thoughts, actions, people) needed to be let go, tough decisions were made. The good part: I'm in touch with myself and those around me, I am conscious about reality, I know what I want. The most amazing thing: I realized whenever I was going thru the same transformational period (which happened a few times in my life), I was extremely productive and successful in anything I would undertake. Clear vision, in my opinion, is the most important variable in a success formula.
As for my romantic endeavors (after all this is the major focus of this blog), there's been plenty. You know me, it just happens :) But I didn't make a big deal out of them (also for the first time), and made sure to stay extremely cool and collected. After all, desert is best when it's served last!
Love to you all, and wisdom.