Jayda Cheaves is channeling some optimistic energy and reflecting on how experience really is the best teacher of all.
Jayda Says The Rough Moments Are What Taught Her The Most: ‘I Got It Now’
The social media influencer—who shares a son with Lil Baby and is popularly referred to as “Jayda Wayda”—shared her thoughts in an Instagram Story upload on Sunday.
Jayda simply shared the message on a blank screen, and she started off by proclaiming, “I deserved every L I took.”
She continued, noting that she simply “got too comfortable” with the wrong things, and it ultimately “backfired.”
“I deserved every L I took. I got too comfortable wit a lot of s**t & people and it backfired on me.”
However, Jayda shared that these missteps ultimately helped her in the long run, as they helped guide her to the right path and teach her wassup.
“I got it now and it’s all understood.”
After all, popular sayings like “everything happens for a reason,” “experience is the best teacher,” and “f**k around and find out” serve a purpose in getting this idea across, so there’s some realness in Jayda’s commentary!
Jayda Cheaves Previously Spoke On The Power Of Embracing Change
While on the subject of Jayda’s recent upload, we should add that this isn’t the first time she’s used her platform to bring in some meaningful and positive energy.
As The Shade Room previously reported, Cheaves shared a message centered on embracing change back in April.
Her post directly addressed how metamorphosis is a natural part of life, and—as a result—people are constantly changing in various different ways.
After providing some examples of how people can change, Jayda also noted, “Change is hard to adjust to at first.” However, she’s sure to implore readers to “always remember change is good.”
“As you’re shifting, you will begin to realize that you’re not the same person you used to be. The things you used to tolerate become intolerable. When you once remained quiet, you are now speaking your truth. You are beginning to understand the value of your voice and there are some situations that no longer deserve your time, energy, and focus. Change is hard to adjust to at first…but always remember change is good.”
What are your thoughts on Jayda’s message, and do you agree with the sentiment she expressed? Additionally, are you here for her lil’ inspirational social media messages?