I’ve Been a Mom for 15 Years and I Still Struggle with Imposter Syndrome

Probably more now than ever!

Photo by Bence Halmosi on Unsplash

Truth be told, I have no idea what I’m doing.

But that has never stopped me before.

I have fumbled my way through life with more idiotic confidence than I care to understand.

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“The definition of greatness is to inspire the people next to you… It’s not something that lives and dies with one person.” — Kobe Bryant — I write to inspire.

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“The definition of greatness is to inspire the people next to you… It’s not something that lives and dies with one person.” — Kobe Bryant — I write to inspire.

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