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  1. K, foist of all, the forst Certified 10 event was amazing. And secondly, you wanna hear something crazy? I almost submitted to the first guest bloggers week. Almost. But I was like, I’m not good enough for YettiSays yet. Maybe next time. Maybe next millennium. Smh. Imagine the connections we’d make (sooner) if she told self doubt to go away! Love you! You’re incredible!

  2. Definitely girl! I think we can all get a little caught up on what we could be doing so much so that we allow the little accomplishments that do come are way just pass by because we are so focused on doing and creating and not enough on celebrating our victories because they are victories, no matter how big or how small. You’re such an inspiration for a lot of the things I want to do with my blog. Keep hustling but as you said, don’t forget to bask in it. I’ve been having to remind myself of that time and time again because I can get a little lost in the act of doing doing doing that I forget stillness. Congrats on all of your accomplishments Yetti! Still hoping to be included during your hiatus lol

    1. Thank you, thank you, lovely! I think that’s what we all should try to do! Remember to embrace the little accomplishments. Working on this now.

  3. Hi Yetti. First off, let me say, I love what you are doing. Your writing speaks directly to me and the work that I strive to do in empowering women to love themselves and accept themselves above all. The crazy thing is that I wanted to submit but couldn’t get anything completed by the deadline. Is it too late?

  4. I love this post, & I am always so proud of & inspired by your perseverance & creativity. We all hit those downtimes, when we doubt ourselves or feel like we aren’t doing enough, but the reality is usually very different than our nagging sense of self-doubt. Keep on keepin’ on.