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It’s okay to not be perfect

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In the last several years, I have learned that if you truly want something, you have to go after it. So, I pursued a degree in medical billing and coding. I obtained this degree in October of this year. Two weeks after that, I started on classes to obtain my Bachelors degree in healthcare management. I am pushing myself in order to help provide a better life for my children.


Of course with this comes the immense stress and anxiety to do good. To be the perfect mom, wife, student, and blogger. You see, I have a blog that I also manage. But I have been struggling with writing posts at least once a week. So, to combat this problem, I have been writing posts and scheduling them to post. I have almost a weeks worth so far.


So why as a society to we insist on people being perfect? It is impossible to not only obtain but to accomplish as well. So, I have decided to be myself, faults and all.

I have decided that it is okay to not be the perfect wife, mother, student, or blogger. As long as I try my hardest, that is the most important.

There will always be someone who thinks that we have to be perfect. I however do not entertain that notion. Only one person was perfect and he walked in water.

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7 thoughts on “It’s okay to not be perfect”

  1. Great post and a great reminder. There’s always a pressure between others putting it on us or us putting it on ourselves to be perfect and that’s not necessary. Besides having imperfections and failings helps us grow.

    1. I couldn’t agree with you more. I have decided to make some changes but those changes are for me.

  2. Melody says:

    It’s so easy to forget that we are not meant to be perfect. I think that the closest we can get to perfection is by understanding why we’re not. This post is such a good reminder to slow down and realize that all you can do is your best!

  3. Bridgid says:

    Absolutely! It’s such a freeing feeling to allow yourself space to not be perfect.

  4. Elaine says:

    I agree! I always believe in progress not perfection. Congrats on obtaining your degree and being a wonderful example to your kids.

  5. Stefanie says:

    Congrats on your achievements! No one is perfect! We just have to do our best and forget the rest! 🙂

  6. Jenny says:

    Your achievements are fantastic! I completely agree, I aim for “good enough!”

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