Updated: Nov 6
Sometimes “I don’t know” is the truth. When something is unknown, let the answer reveal itself in time, mama.
Sometimes my mantra is “I don’t know.”
I don’t like not knowing, but who does?
The unknown is an uncomfortable space to be. For example, the COVID-19 pandemic was an uncomfortable place to be. We lived day-to-day in the unknown about our health and the health of our family, friends and the world for months.
It’s OK not to know and to not have an answer right this very minute. Eventually, what you need will reveal itself.
Let go of the need to control and to know. Sometimes you’re better off saying “I don’t know” until the answer reveals itself.
This video is part of A Second for Yourself—a 52-week mantra video series that encourages moms to take a second for themselves. For more mantras, subscribe to my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel.
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This week's mantra: It’s OK not to know.