So for all of my amazing followers, I started Fabulously Single when I began a journey of self discovery. I truly took time to discover who I am, to heal, and to grow as a person. While my journey is far from over, I have met an amazing man. This doesn’t mean that I will disappear into coupledom. It does mean that I need to figure out how to keep my independence while sharing myself with this great guy.
We’ve been dating for four months. So, while yes I have a boyfriend, I am not married or engaged. Hence, fabulously in the middle. I am going to continue working on myself, healing, and growing more confident.
One thing I have learned about myself in my time being single is that I often lose myself when in a relationship. So, I have made a conscious effort to make sure that doesn’t happen this time. It is definitely a balancing act. Finding the right mix of personal time, time with my family and friends, and time to grow as a couple.
Just having got back from Hawaii, Maui to be exact I really had some time to think about being fabulously in the middle. I planned this trip with a group of friends before I met my boyfriend. I went on the trip without him. I had an amazing time with my friends, tested my boundaries, and continued to grow. While I’m not saying I would not have enjoyed having my boyfriend there, I am saying that I am making a conscious effort to have me time and keep a healthy balance.
Don’t worry, I will still be writing. My upcoming blog is about how not to lose yourself in a relationship. Dating doesn’t have to be all encompassing. It is important to enjoy being fabulously in the middle. At the end of the day remember it is you who needs to love yourself and bring you happiness.
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