Glowing Up Gracefully- How to Beast a Life Transition

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17 Responses

  1. Heather says:

    This really spoke to me. I’ve been making alot of changes internally over the last year or so & I still have things I’m moving towards. This gives beautiful reassurance to the journey. Especially the wait… that’s when you wonder if all the effort is working.

  2. Courtenay says:

    I can’t quite pin down which phase I am in, but maybe a mixture of shedding & shifting and stillness. College was a HUGE wake up call for me in many different facets, so now I am closing up loose ends with those events and trying to level up. Wonderful post!

    • Tiffany Rae'Shan says:

      Thank you! College is definitely a major transition in many ways so I know what you mean.

  3. Ashley says:

    I love this idea! You express it in a very beautiful way! I have definitely gone through moments like this in my life and feel like I will have many more moments in the future! I’m saving this so I can read it again!

  4. Kay says:

    Girl, did you get up in my brain? I loved this and how overall transition is broken down into these stages. I would say I’m between stages 1 & 2. I’m beginning to hear the call louder and louder reminding me that it’s time for me to do the work or I’ll be stuck. I’ve often been reminded that some of your best things happen during a time of change!

  5. Harretta says:

    The whisper to the rise is a long and tough journey… but worthwhile! You’ll learn so much about yourself and others! It’s a beautiful process that is shared between you and God! I personally waver between Stage 3 & 4… because while the stillness occurs, doubt comes in to challenge your new set wings to see if you’re truly ready to soar! I’m ok with this because it’s a part of constant evolution/growth!

  6. Leslie says:

    This was a powerful read. I recall going through this a couple years ago and being at my wit’s end. I sat in bible study one night and the Lord spoke through the teacher to tell me to wait. It was the hardest thing I had ever heard, especially when I felt at the end of my rope. But God is truly faithful because as always He had a plan. Thanks for writing this!

    xo,
    Leslie / @hautemommie / http://www.thehautemommie.com

    • Tiffany Rae'Shan says:

      That wait can be brutal for sure! You’re right though we may not be able to see what God is doing but He always has something in store if we can just be patient. Thanks for reading!

  7. Kristal says:

    This can be a self help book. So well written I have been in some situation where I did not want to carry on but I did. And I gained so much for it.

  8. Christine says:

    Beautiful post- very well written

  9. WilsonsGuide says:

    Such an eloquent — and positive — way to approach transition. Will definitely be referring back to this frequently!

  10. Elise says:

    Wow. This is a very strong post. My life is definitely in transition. For me it is about seeing the beauty in what has past and what is to come.

  11. Shainna says:

    This is such a great post. I definitely needed to read this. I’m in the stillness phase. And it sure is hard. I just want everything to fall into place already. But I know it takes time.

    Thank you for this post.