Tag Archives: just be enough

Feeling like a fraud

I allowed my inner critic to beat me up for the past week.  I wallowed in shame and self-pity.  I felt like a fraud.  Who did I think I was?  Why did I even consider playing in the big leagues … Continue reading

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Dare: February update

I’m linking up with Just Be Enough for my monthly update on my one word focus for this year. My confidence is soaring. My partner in crime for LTYM gave me a gentle nudge to write a blog post for … Continue reading

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Dare: My One Word Update

My journey has been a bit rocky as I try to find my footing.  The frantic pace of work, kids, housework and working on the LTYM show has not allowed me as much time as I wanted to write about my one … Continue reading

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Now what….

I am stunned by the response to my last post.  I am alternately grateful, proud, terrified and moved to tears.  In my haste to post it, I somehow disabled the comments.  Clearly, I still need to keep visiting the help forums at … Continue reading

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Just Be Enough: Parenting with Postpartum Mood Disorders

Today I am linking up with Just Be Enough to talk about a cause that I hold close to my heart – postpartum mood disorders.  Since my diagnosis fifteen months from postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety, I have been searching for myself.  I finally … Continue reading

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Just Be Enough: Self-Portrait

I am linking up with Just Be Enough today for a self-portrait.  I took this photo at work a few months ago.  I sent this picture to a dear friend to help brighten her day.  I enlisted her help to … Continue reading

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Be Enough Me: My Theatre Mentor

My mentor is known affectionately by all of her former students as Mrs. K.  I still cannot bring myself to call her by her given name.  She taught algebra and pre-algebra at my high school, and she directed our high school … Continue reading

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