Unveiling the Layers of Happiness: A Journey of Self-Discovery

Unveiling the Layers of Happiness: A Journey of Self-Discovery

Hey there, fabulous Hubsterettes! Welcome back to our cozy corner of the internet, where fashion meets soul, and every emotion finds its rightful place. Today, we're delving deep into the labyrinth of happiness—or perhaps, the lack thereof—because let's face it, life isn't always a bed of roses, right?

So, picture this: you wake up, the sun is shining, birds are chirping, and yet, there's a heavy cloud looming over your head. Sound familiar? Trust me, you're not alone. Today, we're peeling back the layers of our emotions, exploring the complexities of happiness, and maybe, just maybe, finding solace in our shared experiences.

How long do I have to fake happy for it to become true? I asked myself this question today after realizing that I am not happy AGAIN. Here is the thing—I am fully aware of all the things we are told to do to make ourselves happy but, yes, there is a 'but,' and my truth is I DON’T WANT TO DO NONE OF THAT SHIT. Like it all sounds good in theory, and I really do try to talk myself into doing all the things—diving into my hobbies, work, going outside, working out, joining an activity, etc.—and boy, when I tell you I hype myself up to make that ish sound like it's going to be groundbreaking in my mind if I just start. Then I wake up that morning, and it all just sounds exhausting, and I do absolutely nothing. I know something is wrong with me, but I don’t know what it is. I can still laugh, and I can pick myself up to do some things, but at the end of it all, I find my way back to sadness. Not intentionally—it just seeps its way in and takes over. I want to be better, but how can I if I don’t really know what’s wrong?

Ever felt like that, dear Hubsterettes? Like you're stuck in a perpetual cycle of trying to chase happiness but it keeps slipping through your fingers like sand? It's a conundrum, isn't it? And here's the thing—I don't have all the answers. Heck, I don't even have half of them. But what I do have is a listening ear, a compassionate heart, and a mission to build a tribe of amazing women who understand that sometimes, it's okay not to be okay.

So, grab your favorite mug of something warm, cozy up in your comfiest blanket, and let's have a heart-to-heart. Share your thoughts, your struggles, your moments of triumph—because in this space, vulnerability is not a weakness, but a badge of honor. Together, we'll navigate the murky waters of our emotions, one wave at a time.

And hey, while we may not have all the answers just yet, isn't there something beautiful in simply acknowledging our truth? So, dear reader, I leave you with this question: What does happiness mean to you, beyond the facade of smiles and sunshine? Share your musings, your reflections, your innermost thoughts—I can't wait to hear them all.

Thank you for lending me your time and your hearts, my lovely Hubsterettes. Don't forget to subscribe to stay updated on all things us, and until next time, remember—you are never alone on this journey.

With love and solidarity, Kaloni 💜

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1 comment

happiness to me is being able to wake up every morning because, not everybody did. staying grateful and appreciative through life’s triumphs is what keeps me going. life throws anything at you at anytime, so you may not always be prepared, but whether you are or aren’t it’s just as powerful than giving up completely.
Thank you your insight, and I agree taking things on rather you are prepared or not is powerful either way. Giving up is not the answer. 🙏🏾


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