You Bet Your Booty I’m Relentless

My Dad, who might I add, loves me very, very much ascribed an adjective to my normal state of being from the time I was about two years old. Relentless. And wasn’t that the truth. I think at the time he didn’t necessarily think it was to my benefit, mostly I think I drove him insane with my ability to be unrelenting about anything I wanted or believed. And as a kid, I think, without the ability to define what did and did not serve me best, being relentless maybe was a struggle for both myself and my parents.

However, as an adult, I have found that this quality of mine has served me more than pretty much any of my other qualities, but it took looking at it from a different angle. Being relentless is a superpower, it just takes a change in perspective.

Take a look at today’s video regarding my typically unwavering belief in what I want and share with me those qualities that were ascribed to you as a little one or an adult that maybe are seen as negative, but are truly massively positive and completely what makes you, you.

Happy Tuesday, Friends! I love you and I wish the best for your days ahead. Sending massive hugs. XOXO, CAMDW

  • Very proud of your relentlessness!
    However, did you actually follow the schedule and how you would take care of the puppy? haha

  • You are relentless in the best of ways!!! And hey, look….it got you a puppy!!! And an incredible life!!!♥️♥️♥️♥️

  • Ha – this is great. I come from a family of control freaks but I have been called the ‘ultimate’ control freak. I take that as the ‘ultimate’ compliment 🙂

  • I have been thinking and thinking a word to describe me and I can’t. Ron says I like to micro-manage things but I am not sure I agree.