Can I be completely honest?

I don’t give myself enough credit.

I’m beyond hard on myself.

I often let my anxiety get the best of me.

I get so overwhelmed that I shut down.

It’s not healthy.

I know this.

I’m working on it.

I’m human.

& it’s okay.

I’m learning to genuinely love the parts of me that I knit-pick everyday.

Some days I love these things and other days I hate them.

It doesn’t matter how hard I try to embrace these things…

I just can’t seem to embrace them…

People think that you’re supposed to be 100% confident.

But I would say I’m 85% confident within myself.

The other 15% are things I’m still struggling with.

But in due time I’ll be able to embrace + heal these parts.

I’m not perfect.

I know I’ll never be perfect.

I’m finally coming to terms with that.

It’s frustrating as hell.

But it’s okay.

The crazy thing about life is taking full responsibility for your shit.

Owning it.

Reflecting on it.

Pushing forward.

Right now…

I am taking full responsibility of my shit.

I am choosing to honor and show up for myself daily.

Even when I feel like shit.

I’m going to show up.



Author: Takeia.

Hello beautiful souls, I'm Takeia Cage, and I'm the CEO/Founder of Unashamed Queens! I'm an advocate, momtrepreneur, life coach, and motivational blogger. I have always been dedicated to helping women re-discover their light, while walking in their truth, unashamed! It wasn’t until I was in my early twenties, when I discovered my calling to be an advocate for the women in my community. I have always wanted to be apart of a sisterhood that supported, uplifted, and celebrated women without us feeling judged or even ashamed of our journey. There wasn’t many women empowerment groups in my community that actually focused on celebrating queens, so I decided to create my own community for unashamed women. Now I am the founder of Unashamed Queens, a women’s empowerment group that focuses on supporting, uplifitng, and celebrating queenhood. I would always tell myself years ago that you can’t help anyone if you can’t help yourself, and today I believe that statement is so untrue. It wasn’t until I was re-discovering my own light, that I wanted to also encourage/help other women to re-discover theirs as well. I truly believe that we’re all stronger together, and that creating a safe-space for women to feel support and loved through sisterhood.

5 thoughts on “Unraveling.”

    1. Yes! Even when we feel shitty, we have to show up for ourselves. It’s a process, but it’s necessary ❤️

      Thanks sis 😘❤️


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