I’ve been thinking about this moment since mid-summer and I’ve put off this moment for a long, long time… She Runs the Show’s time has come and gone for me. I’m sure there will be many women breadwinner coaches who are on the scene or will arrive on the scene in the next 5 years who’ll taken women breadwinners to the next level. For me, this is not my passion, my bliss, what I feel like I was put on this earth to do. It’s time to move on.
In the past, I’ve struggled with moving on. All the signs would be there. The Universe would inundate me with clues that, yes, it was time to move on. But the responsibility, loyalty and perfectionist in me would refuse to quit and hang in until things got so bad or so pointless that I could no longer stay. Thank goodness that with age comes wisdom. At 35, I’m starting to get that when a thing is done, it’s done… and it’s time to move on.
So, without further ado, I want to thank every person who read this blog. Thanks to every person who emailed and posted comments. I’ve loved the work I’ve done and the impact it has had. It is now time for me to move on to something different but in order to fully go in a new direction, one has to be willing to fully release the past. I am thankful for every moment I worked on this blog and I am thankful for every person who contributed to its success.
Have fun, go after what you REALLY want and know that being a woman breadwinner rocks! The good, the bad and the ugly, it’s worth every moment of the role!
Til we connect again!
2 thoughts on “Time to Say Goodbye (Read Time: 3 min.)”
Well said… you should be a writer 🙂
I feel a bit sad to read this post. I stumbled across your blog last year and it gave me some good insights into my ex-wife’s situation which made a difference. When you took a sabbatical I left it alone, but it seems you needed more than just a break.
Still, good luck with whatever you’re doing next.