Permission is Freedom

There was a time not long ago that I fought feelings of sadness and despair.  Both of my parents and a favorite uncle had all passed in less than a year.  As well, I was in the middle of big and tough changes in my life personally and professionally. I tried to force happiness and control back into my life.  Although I said I was happy and all was fine, I really wasn’t.

The grief was so deep that I wasn’t able to give myself permission to mourn the loss of my loved ones. It was just too much to let go of.  What permission I did give myself was to take one day at a time.  One foot in from of the other and each day got a litter easier.

And then there were other permissions I allowed myself:

  • The permission to ask for help when I needed it. I went to family and friends when I needed support to make it through tough days.
  • The permission to be ok with where I’m at in each moment. I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be.
  • The permission to thrive and succeed in whatever I choose to be, do and have because I deserve it.

It has taken small steps and what I’ve discovered is that the more permissions I have given myself the more surrendering of what didn’t serve me faded away and what I truly wanted started finding me.

Giving myself permission to be myself and do what I love is the greatest gift I can give myself.  Because…Permission is Freedom.

Yes! I want to Enjoy Life!
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Mary Boisselle, Chief Concierge of My Concierge LLC., started her first organizing business in 1996 to help her clients have more free time to do what they love. She has perfected her organizational, project management, and people skills to become the trusted concierge of many busy executives and successful professionals who are leaders in their fields.
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Mary Boisselle, Chief Concierge of My Concierge LLC., started her first organizing business in 1996 to help her clients have more free time to do what they love. She has perfected her organizational, project management, and people skills to become the trusted concierge of many busy executives and successful professionals who are leaders in their fields.