Imposter syndrome 🦸🏽♀️
It's a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a "fraud". It's this idea of not being good enough, smart enough, or talented enough and it's pervasive among the best of us. Many people say it's completely normal, but why is this soul-crushing feeling normal?
24 lessons I’ve learned in 24 years
I turned 24. TWENTY-FOUR. Twenty four…no matter how it’s said or spelled out, it still feels strange. Some days I feel like I’ve discovered the meaning of life and other days I’m a puddle of emotions watching reruns of Friends.