Clarity for Aspirational Women in Business & Life Transitions.

Losing my thumbnails….and why it’s okay

04.19.12

Advice

I just switched wordpress themes to a brighter, cleaner blog format that highlights my posts.  My previous theme had a dark background that I hated.  I like this one much better overall but one of my problems is that I lost the thumbnail images on my homepage.  I’ve been working to fix it and I didn’t give myself permission to post until I got that fixed.  What was wrong with me?

Here it is…

I have this perfectionist streak in me that won’t allow me to move forward until conditions are perfect.  Sound familiar?  I became empowered to post anyway by reading, the Blogging Therapy series by Havi Brooks.  Havi writes at www.thefluentself.com about how important it is to stop focusing on being perfect.  This is a paralyzing state to be in.  My blog theme still has some errors for me to correct but I shouldn’t let that stop me from sharing my thoughts with my readers.  Isn’t that why you came here in the first place?

I highly recommend reading Havi for shifting your “stuff” as she calls it.  I’m trying to shift through my “stuff” as well.  Turns out I have a lot of it.   but then again, so does everybody.  Here’s to uncovering your “stuff” and plowing forward anyway.

If this post speaks to you?  Please share your thoughts with me.  I’d love to hear how you feel about moving forward and abandoning the need to be perfect.

 

You May Also Want to Read...

Comments are closed.

Know Your Worth

Career Discovery Mini-Guide

Begin to learn how to harness your worth today by signing up for your free copy of the Career Discovery Mini-Guide!




Save & Share Cart
Your Shopping Cart will be saved and you'll be given a link. You, or anyone with the link, can use it to retrieve your Cart at any time.
Back Save & Share Cart
Your Shopping Cart will be saved with Product pictures and information, and Cart Totals. Then send it to yourself, or a friend, with a link to retrieve it at any time.
Your cart email sent successfully :)