Picture of the ocean with birds flying in the sky. A pig in a zebra hoodie stands in the fore ground, cheering. Text reads: “It’s important to remember that nothing ever stays the same! No matter how hard life might be at times, it won’t last forever.”

Learning To Be okay With The Unknown: Why Embracing Uncertainty Makes You Stronger

Hello Dazzle! Thanks for coming and hanging out with me today, I’m glad that you are here. Today I want to talk about the art of embracing uncertainty and the ways that doing so makes you stronger. I have been struggling a lot with feelings of uncertainty in my life as of late and have been struggling to feel more comfortable with them. Because of that, I have needed to remind myself why embracing uncertainty is important. After all, understanding why something is worth doing is the first step in being able to achieve it.

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010223 Update

Hello Dazzle! Thanks for coming and hanging out with me today, I’m glad that you are here. Today I just wanted to touch base and give a little update as to how things have been going in my life. Most of you already know that the last few years have been rather difficult for me. If I was to use one word to describe 2022, I would use tumultuous. It was a year that was filled with confusion and uncertainty. A year that has brought a great deal of change into my life. Some of that change has been really good and some has been really difficult. At the end of the year, in December, I took a leap of faith and I left bedside nursing to work full time as Zebra Pig. It has been about a month now. So, what has a month of full time as Zebra Pig been like?

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Picture of a cloudy, sunset sky with the following text superimposed: “You have a choice each and every single day. I choose to feel blessed. I choose to feel grateful. I choose to be excited. I choose to be thankful. I choose to be happy.”
A picture of a genie and a woman mediating with a wisp coming from the genie’s mouth into the woman’s head. Text beneath that reads: “You either get bitter or get better. It’s that simple. You either take what has been dealt to you and allow it to make you a better person, or you allow it to tear you down. The choice does not belong to fate, it belongs to you.”

Note: In this context, getting better is in reference to getting better at coping with your challenges rather then in context of getting cured from a disease or illness.