I was just flogging my poor, tired brain for a topic for this month's post, staring at the title of the group, trying to dredge up my insecurities and coming up empty handed. Now don't get me wrong, I have lots of insecurities- it's just that none of them jumped to their feet, arms in the air shouting "Ooh, ooh, me! Pick me!"
And so, my newest insecurity was born: the fear that maybe I'm feeling less insecure than I should be. You heard right- insecure about not feeling (particularly) insecure.
So my question this month is this- how do you know when you are the appropriate level of confident? I certainly don't want to come off as one of those snobbish know-it-alls (and I'd like to, you know, keep improving.) But on the other hand, I don't want to be the one whimpering in the corner and rocking while I whisper words of discouragement to myself. (And we've all seen both, haven't we?)
But when it's you, how do you know?
Maybe I just need to pull out a mirror and repeat the mantra: It's okay to be confident in yourself!
A perfect fall picture:)
(Next time can we talk about my irrational fear of scarecrows?)