Sunday, September 14, 2014

No Apology Zone

No Apology Zone

Apologizing can be a very common practice for some of us. Too often, we apologize for being quiet, loud, late, early, big, small, introverted, extroverted, confident, shy, creative, inadequate, and brilliant … and the list goes on and on, and on again.  

In essence, we apologize for being our perfect self. 

I declare this post a "no apology" zone.  I have gracefully come back to this space after leaving it dormant for over a year, and I will not apologize.  I will not make accuses or create a story for you.  I have shown up to be present, and I welcome you back to this space.

We have a lot of catching up to do, and I know there is a lot of goodness for us to share.  I am so happy we are here together ~ with absolutely no apologies.

I have missed you, and, within time, I am so excited to share all that is good with you, my friend. 

Hang out here for as long as you'd like, and take a peak here, and here, to see my autumn offerings.


  1. No need to apologize at all! I've missed your writing so much, Eydie, and I am so happy to see your post! xoxo

  2. Oh this reminds me of a study that I'd read years ago ! :) It was in regards to women apologizing constantly for every little thing, and one of the examples was in the grocery store. I've never forgotten it and never been the same in a grocery store since! :) Next time you go to one, observe how often we apologize to each other for even being in the same aisle :)


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