It’s been nearly five months since I’ve written a blog post. The last one I wrote was about living the intuitive life and how hard it can be. If you read that post, you know that I’ve been struggling with following my intuition and traversing the liminal space. For the last year, my life has been full of ups and downs, challenges, stress, and too much worry.
Does this correlate with getting a full-time job after being self employed for eleven years?
Yes, it does.
Does this mean I’m going to chuck it all and go back to working for myself full time?
No, it does not.
I’m slowly unpacking all that’s happened–especially the whirlwind that I’ve been in for the last seven weeks–but I’m happy to say that after feeling like I’ve been at sea for years, I’m finally, truly headed toward shore.
I’ve got so much I want to share with you over the next few months including what I learned from listening to my intuition; how I learned to tap into my inner divine though somatic questioning; how my future self helped me survive challenging times; and why I believe my new job (I start tomorrow!) will take advantage of all the skills and experiences I’ve gathered throughout my career.
Speaking of gathering, I need time to collect my thoughts and share them with you in a way that feels right while at the same time transitioning to a new job and a new hybrid schedule. So, thank you for your patience as I get ready for this new stage in my life and please stay tuned–more stories, learnings, and an exciting new workshop are coming soon!
But for now, let me leave you with a few thoughts.
If things are hard or confusing or overwhelming for you right now, just know that things can get better. It is always darkest before the dawn, but the light will shine through. It always does. Just when you think it’s not going to, the light shines through. Keep going.
Peg Cheng is the author of Rebel Millionaire, a guide for how to retire as a millionaire even if you make a modest income, and The Contenders, a novel that asks, can enemies become friends? She is also the proud owner of Plaid Frog Press with her husband Marcus Donner. Born in Southern California to Taiwanese parents, Peg currently lives in Seattle, Washington.
Photo by Marcus Donner.