PHEW.

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    Confession: I had several uncomfortable self-evaluation moments this past weekend.

    Like, squirm in my seat because I was sure the person presenting was talking to my heart & soul.  The feeling that I KNEW I needed to make some really step-out-of-the-box-and-get-really-uncomfortable-type-changes, if I was going to accomplish the BIG goals & dreams I have for my family, myself, and my business.

    For now, I wanted to say this:
    I hope this is how my readers and clients feel about me.  I am FAR from perfect.  But hopefully I can inspire one or two people by how I’m dealing with my many imperfections.  I’m working hard every day to better myself, to get a grip on the addiction that holds me, and to share my story with everyone I can.  That’s all I can do for now.  More news on how I’m planning on attacking a couple of those imperfections coming in a couple days.  {image via Pinterest}

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4 Responses to Phew.

  • Shealynn Benner wrote on May 1, 2012 at 10:47 // Reply

    Great post! We are all FAR from perfect. It’s lovely that you wrote such a relatable post. Thanks for keeping it real Karli!!

    • Karli Cleaver wrote on May 1, 2012 at 11:54 // Reply

      Hey Shealynn! Thanks for visiting-hope you’ll come again soon. Your site is darling and inspiring!

  • Kate wrote on May 1, 2012 at 4:54 // Reply

    You inspire! Perfection would not motivate.

  • Jessica Bonham wrote on May 13, 2012 at 4:55 // Reply

    “Let’s not focus on the ways we’re different. One of the reasons I most love all my mommy friends is for the ways they lift me up, encourage me, do things differently, and that they DON’T judge me. We might have different political views, different religious beliefs, and varying degrees of education. But, my true mommy friends empathise with me, they know it’s tough, and they hug me & tell me I’m doing a great job. They listen. They let me know what’s worked for them, but they know very well the same thing may not work for my kids. They love my kids & me despite the many mistakes I make in my parenting. They cheer me on. They get it. I am definitely Mom enough to my friends.”

    I couldn’t have put it better myself! And I love that we all be a mom differently and we are still awesome mothers! That is what we should focus on. You are awesome Karli, keep up the great work ;)

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