And just like that, this month is almost over! I feel as though the older I get, the faster time runs by. I actually feel like I am still playing catch up with this year, but then again… when do I ever feel caught up. Between work, personal life, assw.com, the ever so slowly progressing She’s A 10, this apartment
bullshit blessing, January has been slightly hectic but instead of dwelling on how I inadequately made use of my time, I want to discuss something with you guys.
Now I wouldn’t say I am a non-believer of this quote, but sometimes, just sometimes… I do get a little discouraged. Remember this post? Where I blabbered on about how bad do you want it? Well right now, I want it really badly. What’s it? The success of She’s A 10! – the movement of self-love done the sassy way. I try my best not to discuss the three ventures I am working on on ASSW for business purposes and to not bore you guys, but this one is the only one not going according to plan… it’s driving me insane.
No one, and I mean no one, understands my passion behind this organization. It hits home for me, and I know once unleashed to the world, it’ll consume the hearts of other too. This project is bigger than me. bigger than what I think I can handle… but “dreams come true if you work towards them,” right?
Recently, a kind of sort of twitter-pal, Brittney Marshall launched her business MyBrown Box (which I will review in a later post). She did so in I believe under a year? INCREDIBLE. She found likeminded people who believed in the project, believed in it’s mission and were willing to dedicate their time and efforts to getting it off the ground in what seemed so smoothly. Another example of such a wonderful initiative include: Ms.Career Girl, a site that I read daily as I took the leap of switching job roles.
Why is it so difficult for SA10? Why is it so hard for people to believe in such an organization? Because it’s a charity? Because the greatest product offered is a toolset sculpted to increase a woman’s sense of self-worth? What is it? Someone please help me understand so I know what to do next.
But rest assured… what I will not do is give up. The movement will go on.
Do any of you guys have moments like this?0