Meet: What I’m Proud Of

This month’s theme over at Rebellious Magazine is “What I’m Proud Of/Not So Proud Of.”

I chose to write about what I’m proud of. Is it the fact that I can do three back flips in a row? Swim five miles in the ocean? Recite the first three thousand numerals of pi?

No. Find out what it is HERE. And then come back and tell me what you’re proud of.

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11 thoughts on “Meet: What I’m Proud Of

  1. Ditto on both of the previous comments (except for the sonโ€”no son here! ๐Ÿ™‚ ). I’m especially proud of all my blogger pals because they’re so phenomenal. I’m proud of getting my writing life in gear this year, and calling myself a “writer” before I actually mention my day job. ๐Ÿ™‚ Keep up the good work, Jessica!

  2. I’m proud that I’m not in debt up to my eyeballs and know what’s important. I’m proud that I’m nearing 40 but still feel like I’m 25 (and wouldn’t dare want to be 25 again if my life depended on it). I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished and I realize there’s still so much more one can do, even at this age. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Jess, that was a sweet post! My proudest moments are when I create–when I stick my next out and flipping DO IT, even if it might be stupid. Even if I might fail. The high of creation lasts for days. My least proud moments are when I’m too short with my kids–when I’ve just had it and I yell or treat them too harshly. Yes, they break things. Yes, they fight. yes, they’re BOYS. This summer I’m making a conscious effort to focus on our good moments in the day, and make the bad ones times when they are aware they MISSED an opportunity for a good time. More positivity. More creativity. Summer is a time to enjoy the good in your life and let it get even better.

      • Good for you, Melanie! And you are so right. There is a definitely a high in creating and sticking your neck out. Especially when surrounded by other creators. And my least proud moments are exactly the same as yours. Bad moments as simply missed opportunities for good moments is such a cool way to look at it–I’m going to use that!

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