May 31: Hope
Friends, we have made it to the end of May! I cannot quite believe how fast this month has gone and I’m so proud of myself for making it through this challenge.
I think hope is a very fitting word for a finale. Hope is something that I never used to feel during some pretty sad times.
I always thought hope was for other people – as in, I hope you have a great time, I hope you feel better soon.
It’s not really something I have thought of much as a proper feeling until recently.
My mental health has taken a turn for the better in 2019 and now hope is something that I constantly experience. I’m feeling very blessed and pleased that this is now possible for me.
I have so many hopes and dreams for the future, no matter how far away that may be.
I hope to continue the work I love.
I hope to keep exploring my writing style.
I hope to become a better person.
I hope that I lead good relationships and friendships.
I hope that I will be well, healthy and content like this as much as possible.
The future (and the present sometimes!) can feel quite daunting, but there is also a lot of hope there. There is so much you can do, achieve and become – I hope you know that.