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Ever ask yourself that question?

Recently, I about hit my head on the table when I realized why life is so hard

I’ve been saying it to myself since I was a kid.

Really? Really.

I said it to myself when I decided to choose the hardest project to do in class. I said it when I vowed to find a way to graduate with honors even though the Dean (he was a.k.a. as Georgie Porgie who liked to make the girls cry) said, “No” to me. I fought for a lot in my life because I believed a long, long time ago that life was supposed to be difficult.

And it was.

Darn it! I hate it when I’m right.

But I realized that maybe instead of saying, “life is difficult,” why not be open to a different thought?

That change has begin opening doors for me I didn’t realize was possible.

For one, it made me rethink this website.

I had created it on an impulse. I had a strong desire to spread my little bee wings and after a bike ride had a vision of inspiring others in various ways. Like a bee floating from flower to flower, I wanted to spread inspiration and positivity so it would grow one person at a time.

For the most part, I have created what I had envisioned.

I say, “for the most part,” because the way I did it was so clunky and inefficient that I ended up spending more time structuring the blog than I did writing it. [Insert horrifying scream here.]

Instead, I decided to streamline the process by combining all my crazy ideas in one place. You’ll hopefully see what I mean over the course of the summer.

Now, I’m not completely sure this will solve all my problems. You may find The Inspiring Bee to be a little scattered and a little neurotic at first. I’m hoping that’s okay. I’m hoping you’ll love it anyway.

Since it’s summer, I’m on a mission to risk BIG and start reorganizing my life and my business.

I started sharing a few of my summery goals on Twitter and Facebook. And found a group of similar minded gals. This has sparked another idea of mine, which I hope to also get my hands into in the next few weeks.

Stay tuned.

With loving thoughts,

Brandi {a.k.a. TIB}

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3 thoughts on “Why Does Life Have to Be So Hard?!”

  1. I think summer makes us all bolder for some reason. I just started trying new (and scary!) things on my blog too. I am looking forward to seeing what happens here in the next little while. Good luck!

    1. Thanks Emily! I agree. I think summer is a time to reflect on what’s worked and hasn’t worked in the past. It’s also a time when things slow down, which makes it a good time to focus on making things better. Good luck with your blog too! Curious to see what you will do.

  2. What you said in your art did touch me like a little bumble bee.its nice to see other people’s lives don’t always go to plan.

    Glad to see you have found a new dream

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