Getting Your Mojo Back
Why does this have to be so hard? It takes so much time to build it up, but in seconds, minutes, even days it can be completely gone. And not only that, it effects so many different aspects of our lives. Wherever you’re at in your journey and whatever your journey might look like at this moment – staying present and being mindful is key.

As I continue to live my own journey one day at a time, I’m grateful for everything that I’ve learned over the years. 
My spiritual toolbox has become my best friend. 
How can I be more mindful? 
How can I live more present? 
How can I let go of expectations? 
How can I serve others?
How can God help?
How can I see the glass half full instead of half empty? 
Instead of asking – Why me? I’ve learned to ask – What are we going to do about it?

Addiction will and has always be something I have to work on. My cancer is a new normal for me. It is never going away and is monitored ever three months with blood work and scans. It causes high blood pressure, effects my hormonal system, lymphatic system, and my endocrine system. With all of this it's so easy for me to lose my mojo from time to time.

As an entrepreneur you are the face of your business.
But, how can you show up authentically in the world if you’re just not feeling it?
Or, your own demons come back to haunt you?

I never want to force things I love. Especially my passions. I want to feel my way through the pain, anxiety, worry, and depression when and if it sets inAnd, sharing yoga and recovery with women is something I never take for granted. It's my true love. I’ve had to take this year so far and heal myself again. 

As I sit here at my computer typing all of this I’m having this – WTF! moment and also a huge moment of clarity. I think things happen for a reason. I believe that God doesn’t give us anything we can’t handle. We are all fighters. We are all survivors. What we have to move through and let go of is all the bullshit reasons we can’t do something. The voices in our head. The constant chatter and negativity around us. Enough is enough. 
This is the lesson. This is the test. We have to protect our health and well-being.

Are you up for the challenge? 
I’m feeling excited, energized, and ready to kick some ass!
Getting our mojo back is a process. You have to figure out why you lost it in the first place. 
Do you have a legit reason or are you making excuses.

If it’s legit – Where are at right now in your journey? 
Do you still need time to heal? 
Are you asking for support?

If it’s bullshit excuses then you just have to ask yourself... Why?
When you ask yourself why, don’t judge it. 
This is all part of the process. 
It’s the work we have to do to peel back the layers so we can grow. 
It might be painful. It will probably suck a little, but it will be so good in the end.

Take time feel and never force. You are loved. You are supported. You are amazing.
Let's roll into the New Year with good energy, no judgment, and take it one day at a time.
Cheers my sweet souls.

Live Free in Recovery


Sheri Matthews


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