Is now the perfect time? What is holding you back?
For years, fear held me back from starting a blog, writing, or pursuing any projects I thought they might appear— “frivolous.”
Who am I to start a blog?
There are so many accomplished writers out there— I’ll never be good enough.
How will I ever overcome all the technological hurdles of building and maintaining a website?
Well, something happened when I turned ’50’—I let down my guard. I stopped trying to be perfect. I realized I didn’t want to look myself in the mirror on my 60th birthday, having still not launched the blog I had wanted to start in my early 40’s. The time is now!
What about you? Do you have a passion you’ve been wanting to pursue? I will tell you a secret…there will never be a perfect time to start, but it’s never too late and you are never too old.
Join me in my conversation with Amy Schmidt, the host of Fearlessly Facing Fifty about how I finally got the courage to pursue my passion.
Click on the link below: “EP 72: Making deeper connections with I Do Part Two…“
Amy launched her business and brand six months before turning 50. Her mission is to encourage women over forty to push fear aside and find that hidden treasure of confidence that may have been pushed aside for a while and not let this time of life allow them to lose their identity. You can also find her on socials: Fearlessly Facing Fifty on Facebook, and Instagram: Amy.K.Schmidt and https://fearlesslyfacingfifty.com/
Lisa considers herself a “writer-in-progress.” As creator of I Do Part Two, she hopes the site will be the conduit through which others feel compelled to share their story. She resides in Oregon, and recently recommitted to her husband and best friend for the 28th year; together they have 3 growing children who still live full or part-time in their nest. Lisa also contributes to Her View From Home and of course, her own website I Do Part Two.
Please consider following “I Do”on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin or receive the latest post via email, or writing for I Do Part Two. Lisa is motivated by the quote, “What will the world miss if you don’t tell your story?”-Donald Miller