Just HER is Just Me and Just You --Revisited
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Just HER started with literally just me. A woman in her 30s looking for where she belonged. I never felt like I fit anywhere, and I always felt like I was wearing a glitter suit that stood out amongst the crowd LOL. I have tons of experience when it comes to relationships and being a mother. I wanted this place where I didn't talk and write about motherhood all the time. Motherhood blogs are bomb af and have their special niche. I felt like moms always had their children as a priority and everything is worked around that position. From time to time, I'll share some of my knowledge of how I maintain as a mother, along with a plethora of other content that comes to mind.
But, I really wanna focus on you, me, US! Being a mother is powerful and can be one of the biggest accomplishments for some of us. It'll show just how resilient, creative, dynamic, resourceful we are. We are more than mothers. We are powerhouses. Moreover, I wanted to expound on the 30s as one of the most significant phases in a woman's life, let alone a Black mother in her 30s.
Why is the 30s significant? You're stabilizing your energy at this point. You're getting grounded in yourself and defining who you are without the fluff. In your 30s, you may still be discovering your likes and dislikes. Your 30s journey can open up to new hobbies, circles of new friends, or opportunities. If you believe in having a life purpose, you may be introduced to it; especially if you were a 'late bloomer' or you're finding your voice that you lost over time. It's the age bracket where most women of color I've encountered are going through a huge transformation. For me, it was a rite of passage to reintroduce myself to the world. I was broke down to build myself up in a new way. The reconstruction process can be challenging, but oh so rewarding. My lessons, growth, wisdom, uniqueness, gifts, etc. have compounded into a beautiful masterpiece!
Come along with me on this journey! I wanna get to know you, celebrate you, encourage you, and help you through this transit.