Next Stop

In the last few weeks I have really lost sight of my priorities. The results are disappointing but tonight I realized the reason my results aren’t where I want them to be is because I’m cooking with a recipe for failure. The solution is simple, I need to change my ingredients. I wrote down my priorities (my well-being, the relationships in my life, career, education etc.) and then I wrote a list of improvements for each one. Doing this felt so good & helped me map out my plan to free myself from any self doubt &/or limits. Often I find myself slipping so fast that I don’t see the point in reaching for something to hang onto. The thing that is so important to remember is that it is never too late to re-evaluate your priorities & see if your lifestyle coincides with them. If what you’ve been doing isn’t working anymore, it’s okay. Things get used up & worn out but we can always start fresh. And that, in my opinion, is the beauty in having the option to turn your life around on any road.

7 thoughts on “Next Stop

  1. I love this. You can ALWAYS start fresh… every breath is an opportunity to begin again :) I’ve got to say, I read your blog because you’re so honest and say the things that everyone thinks but is too afraid to say. Keep rockin it, girl!

  2. Losing sight of your priorities happens but so does evolving as a person. Writing it all down, whether as a wish list, a priority list or a pros and cons list helps us see a real picture. I’m one for the pros and cons list. It’s helped me get back on track when nothing else would work.

    You’re a smart girl. Now go get happy.

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