Remembering Who I Used to Be

For the past two weeks I have been in a very strange mood. I couldn’t work out what was bothering me. I was happy because I had finally achieved the 2nd Degree reiki certification that I worked hard for. I felt at peace because all the family house moves were finally sorted. There is nothing important that I need to deal with right now. Well, except for my husband’s soon to expire job when he is made redundant at the end of May…

Remembering Who I Used to Be

And my shortfall of income to support our family. You see, my mum raised me to be an independent woman. I didn’t need a man in my life. Then I fell in love, and you know what happened next. I fell into the classic trap, but I was happy to do so. I knew what I was doing. My career wasn’t exactly flourishing when I married my husband and got pregnant with our first child. I felt like I might as well try out the housewife role for a bit. But I got bored of that, and very frustrated. I need to work for my own peace of mind, and my own income. I need to do this so I can provide an inspirational role model for my daughters. I also need to be there for my children, and to nurture my family. There is not enough time in the day to fit everything in.

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All of this feels like a jumble of thoughts, spilling out of my overactive mind. I decided to update my CV on some job hunt websites, and I went in search of a couple of certificates to add. I still can’t find one of them, but I know I saw it when we moved house. I did find one from 2008, presented to Catherine Hargreaves. She seems like a ghost these days. I have been Mrs Green for nine years, but it feels like forever. Indeed, Miss Hargreaves was a completely different person. She was still finding her way. She didn’t have the courage to write her stories and publish a novel. Mrs Green just went right ahead and did it, with a baby attached to her most of the time. I feel nostalgic when I think of the woman I used to be. I feel happy as the woman I have become. I suppose we haven’t done too badly so far. And there are many more adventures to come.

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2 Responses to Remembering Who I Used to Be

  1. I get this! 100% Trying to discover who you are, when your role has changed so much (from a girlfriend, to wife to mother) we sometimes can’t help but look back to a time when we felt secure. What you need to remember is that you’ve experienced so much between then and now. So you’ve grown as a person. I think the daily routine of it all can make you feel a little stuck. That’s what I usually find That’s when I jazz it up. Yes, the kids still need to get to school on time, but maybe take a different road or play a different game in the car . A different radio station. When you get home, don’t just settle into housework, or regular work. Maybe go for a long walk with the dog or even stay out in the garden for a little. Anything to make you feel like you’ve experienced the day a little differently can help. But thank you for still putting this out there. It’s encouraging to know you’re not on your own xxx

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